The Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School
Administrative & Civil Law Department
The Administrative and Civil Law Department of The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School (TJAGLCS), Charlottesville, VA, provides basic and graduate core instruction in such diverse subjects as environmental law, defensive federal litigation, law of military installations, military and civilian personnel law, labor relations, government information practices, claims, and legal assistance. Among the many corresponding electives, built upon the core curriculum and available to the students, are such courses as: consumer law, family law, and estate planning; hospital law; Morale, Welfare, and Recreation legal issues; standards of conduct and the Joint Ethics Regulation. The Department also provides interdisciplinary instruction in support of the TJAGLCS International and Operational Law Department's deployment‑focused courses on operational law. The various documents that are linked below are not “official” publications, but are intended for instructional convenience for the military judge advocate student as well as an introduction to the law and to the primary sources of that law.
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