uh you can go on any military site and look its common term is graduate ROTC
The military also has programs where they send you to law school and pay for everything in addition to giving you a monthly stipend. In return, you agree to pay them back by serving a set number of years on active duty.
I'm reasonably certain those prgrams stopped quite a while ago, especially considering the fact that the military is trying to seperate lawyers because they're flooded with them.
If you have some kind of source saying this still goes on, I'd be interested to see it.
"Does the Air Force pay for law school?
Yes, but only for active duty officers. The Air Force selects a small group of active duty officers who have at least 2 years of service to attend law school paid for by the Air Force. The Air Force does not fund law school for undergraduates or those already in law school. However, if you are selected to participate in the Graduate Law Program (GLP) and you attend a minority institution you may be eligible for the Air Force ROTC HBCU or HSI Type Two scholarship which will pay up to $15,000 of your law school annual tuition."
That's not ROTC. The Air Force, at least, doesn't pay for law school, unless you're already in service.
Again, if someone has some kind of source saying otherwise, I'd be interested to see it. But please actually check your source before citing it.
first of all check your tone. second of all i didn't think that i needed to explain that if you want a military benefit you have to join the military duh. which is why i advise against it for law school. second my service the USMC will pay for you to go to law school. they will send you to law school pay you at your current rank and then you serve for a set number of years. if your not a veteran or currently serving dont post random articles k thanks. ROTC is a program that puts you through UG or graduate school pays for everything in exchange for commission upon graduation. so check your facts because i am an ROTC graduate so i know what im talking about
Saying "I'm an ROTC graduate so I know what im talking about" is like saying "I"m retarded so I'm smart." Most ROTC graduates can't find their ass with a compass. You probably know this. There is a reason why ROTC cadidiots are looked down on, and cherry 2LT fresh out of ROTC should not even open their mouth until after their first deployment/spur ride/ranger school.
I'm not saying that's you. You may be the smartest ROTC person ever. You may have been prior service and then gone ROTC. But that's not the norm in ROTC. Most ROTC graduates are kids who did 4 years of college and NALC or LDP or whatever they call it now, and think that makes them an expert on the military. It's no different from JROTC kids who think they know about the army because they took classes on it in high school, or that kid that goes to basic and comes back as a split-op with his ranger cut high and tight and ultra high speed, telling everyone he knows all about the military and is super hooah.
expertise comes with experience. That comes with time. Once again, I'm not saying that's not you. I'm saying that for a good 80-90% of ROTC grads, that's not THEM.