« on: December 19, 2013, 05:15:32 AM »
This program starts in 2015 and it should be no surprise that the former president of Concord Law is behind this.
Sorry for being all over the map here, I'll talk Marine Corps all day.
No problem. That is good information. I would just submit that it's much harder to get a JAG position if you are in law school and have no prior relationship with the military. I know one student from my school who landed a JAG position with the Army, but he managed to do ROTC while he was in law school.
There is also the option of joining the military and being a JAG. This is a great option that I think many on these forums overlook. Some of my friends were JAGs and they liked their job.
Some of your friends were JAG? How long ago? Do you have any idea how hard it is to land a JAG gig now? They get like 100 strong applicants for every position.