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Navy JAG Mentors Afghan Law Students

By Lt. Megan Romigh In my short time as a Navy judge advocate, I have had many interesting experiences on land and at sea.  One of my most rewarding experiences has been mentoring a group of young Afghan law students as they prepared for the Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition, commonly referred to as “Jessup”.  Jessup is a prestigious …

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What’s in an OJAG Code?

Criminal Law (Code 20) By Lt. Jaimica M. Giarraputo, Criminal Law (Code 20) Most everyone knows Code 20 as the Office of the Judge Advocate General (OJAG) division that sends out the military justice newsmailers. If you’re in a military justice billet, you may also think of us as the office that provides trial and defense counsel assistance. What you may …

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