The Army Lawyer | Issue 5 2019View PDF
On 8 November 2018, Lieutenant General (Retired) N. Ross Thompson came to The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School to give the Cuneo Lecture during the contract and fiscal law...
By Rebecca E. Ausprung | This edition of The Army Lawyer is devoted to the Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps Civilian. There are nearly 1,500 Civilians, attorneys and...
By Fred L. Borch III | There have always been family connections in our Corps. When it comes to generational connections, history reveals that grandfathers and grandsons, fathers and...
By Major Eduardo A. Palomo | Prosecuting violations of Article 112a,
Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), requires familiarity with
urinalysis procedures, forensic toxicology, hearsay...
By Major Victoria L. Camire | Privacy is one of the biggest problems in this new electronic age.” In these technologically advanced times, Soldiers are discovering more innovative...
By Sean P. Lyons | Melissa J. Halsey, who was recently named Chief of the Office of The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Assistance Policy Division, a civilian role, first joined the Judge...
By Contract Fiscal Actions Division, Office of the Judge Advocate General | Now more than ever, units seek to acquire the latest technological advances to communicate with ease...
By Major Robert J. Juge III | Anyone who has spent any time in the military realizes that personal property tends to get damaged or go missing with frequent Permanent Change of Station...
By Major Thomas P. Burnham | If there were ever an Army program keeping company commanders awake at night, the Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP) is a contender. The primary goal of...
By Major Jason W. Allen | Few acquisitions are perfect. When a bid protest is filed that challenges the agency’s conclusions or decisions, there is typically a need to explain the...
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