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... earned a bachelor's degree in intercultural communications from Pepperdine University. He also earned a juris doctorate from University of Maryland Carey School of Law. He is a captain in the Army Judge Advocate General Corps. A May wedding in St. Mary's Church, Annapolis, Maryland, is planned.
Lear said she plans to draw on her experiences as a five-year public school educator, a public defender and Opelousas lawyer for a decade, and her qualifications as a U.S. Army Reserve captain who has served as an attorney under the jurisdiction of the Army Office of judge advocate general.

On May 10, 1942, Barnett handled his last case and again entered military service, this time as a lieutenant colonel in the Army's Judge Advocate General's Corps, with permission from the governor to take a leave of absence. He was assigned to the Seattle Port of Embarkation, where soldiers shipped out ...
He began his tenure as circuit court judge for the 6th Judicial District in Umatilla and Morrow counties. In 2017 he was promoted to Brigadier General, U.S. Army, Assistant to the Chief Counsel, National Guard Bureau and National Guard Advisor to the Judge Advocate General of the U.S. Army.
Character, competence and commitment: these are the hallmarks of the Judge Advocate General's Corps. Deputy Judge Advocate General Maj. Gen. Stuart Risch and members of the Army JAG Corps staff paid a visit to Redstone Arsenal March 1921 to meet with the installation's legal professionals and ...
Mike Whitehead, a former member of the Army's Judge Advocate General's Corps who serves as general counsel for the Missouri Baptist Convention, told Baptist Press the Department of Defense likely will follow up Trump's policy announcement with formal regulations, which may take several months to ...

John D. Hutson, JAGC, U.S. Navy and Judge Advocate General, U.S. Navy. Brigadier General (ret.) David R. Irvine, U.S. Army and Deputy Commander, 96th Regional Support Command. Ambassador (ret.) James Jeffrey, Deputy National Security Adviser and Ambassador to Albania, Turkey, and Iraq.
Smith also operates his own law firm, a small business, and serves as a major in the South Carolina National Guard. He served as a judge advocate general in the Army after graduating from the University of South Carolina School. Smith gave up his JAG commission to serve in the infantry in Afghanistan.
Samuel Rob '18 and Caleb Visser '20, so-called “army brats,” moved around frequently as children because of their parents' military careers. Rob is the son of two career Army officers, both former Judge Advocate General colonels who helped resolve legal military issues and prosecute war criminals.
Five were cleared and Assistant Judge Advocate General Alan Large halted proceedings against the remaining five, ruling they could not get a fair trial. The prosecution indicated it would offer no evidence against a further six instructors due to go on trial next month. It emerged the RMP officer leading the ...
This year alone, Emory Law hosted a US Supreme Court Justice, the Judge Advocate General of the US Army, a judge in the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, the senior pastor of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, and held a symposium addressing human trafficking, pornography, ...
Houston Gordon, right, will be honored for his service in the U.S. Army. The famed attorney served as counsel for Lt. William Culley Jr. in the appeal of his conviction for premeditated murder in the My Lai Massacre. Gordon's representation and arguments resulted in dramatic changes in and refinement of ...
He served as an Army lawyer in the Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps. He was later appointed to numerous positions in the administrations of Presidents Ford, Carter, and Clinton. In 1998, Mr. West joined the cabinet of President Clinton as U.S. Secretary of Veteran Affairs. He is survived by his wife ...
He enlisted in the United States Army and served four years in the Judge Advocate General Corps. While on assignment in Columbia, South Carolina, he was introduced to Virginia Elizabeth Woodruff by his commanding officer. The two married on November 24, 1951, at Trinity Cathedral in Columbia.
Ayres, a retired major general, was most recently the deputy judge advocate general at the U.S. Army. He was previously the commander of the U.S. Army Legal Services Agency; the chief judge of the U.S. Army Court of Criminal Appeals; the commander and commandant of the Judge Advocate General's ...
Ettman served in the Army's Judge Advocate General service for nine years, including assignment at the former Seneca Army Depot from 1988 to 1992. He was active in the military for eight years and was a member of the Army Reserve from 1988 through 2006. He's been in private law practice in Seneca ...
The son of North Carolina schoolteachers, West served as an Army lawyer in the Judge Advocate General's Corps and worked as the top lawyer in the Department of the Navy and Defense Department under President Jimmy Carter. He became the second African American to serve as Army secretary when ...

McPherson said he was interested in getting out and meeting the Army and its lawyers. “It has been a long time,” McPherson said, with a nod to his early military career. The retired Navy admiral served his final assignment as the Navy judge advocate general, but his 28-year military career began with an ...
The assignment for duty of judge advocates of the Army is made based upon the recommendation of the judge advocate general of the armed forces. The JAG or senior members of the staff make frequent inspections or visits in the field to supervise of the administration of military justice. The Division West ...
As an officer in the U.S. Army Reserves he completed his U.S. Judge Advocate General Corps Officer basic and advanced courses. He was mobilized and served on active duty as a JAG officer in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. “I know how to try cases and I will try cases,” Allen said during a recent ...
On May 10, 1942 — with a leave of absence granted by the governor — Barnett returned to military service as a lieutenant colonel in the Army's Judge Advocate General's Corps and was assigned to the Seattle Port of Embarkation, where soldiers shipped out for service in the Pacific. It also served as a ...
David Joseph, who the judiciary committee approved as U.S. attorney for the Western District of Louisiana, previously served as military prosecutor for the U.S. Army's Judge Advocate General Corps. During his time in that position, the Louisiana State Law School grad specialized in professional liability ...
Las Vegas attorney Craig Drummond, a former U.S. Army judge advocate general, questioned the county's oversight of the money provided to Mitchell's office. “Public funds should be under the highest scrutiny, and whoever is responsible for following those funds and using the funds correctly should have ...
Cramer is a a retired U.S. Army colonel. His decadeslong career included stints as chief legal counsel at West Point and ... Cramer's LinkedIn profile said he joined FSU as deputy GC in November 2000. Prior to joining the 42,000-student university, he was a colonel in the Judge Advocate General's Corps.


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