Administrative and Civil Law - The Judge Advocate General's Legal Center & School
The Administrative and Civil Law Department (ADA) educates the broad spectrum of students attending The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School on three primary areas: Administrative Law, Legal Assistance and Professional Communications. Within Administrative Law, the ADA Faculty teach the following variety of topics relevant to the Department of Defense: administrative investigations, standards of conduct and ethics, U.S. Army Reserve and National Guard component issues, the authority of commanders, the relationships between state and federal governments, government information practices, military personnel law, environmental law, labor law, and federal claims issues. The legal assistance component of ADA primarily focuses classroom instruction on consumer law, landlord-tenant law, family law, estate planning and tax law. The Professional Communications Program educates the force on all aspects of legal writing and produces two publications, Military Law Review and The Army Lawyer.
PME / COMMAND COURSES
OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ISSUANCES
ARMY PUBLISHING DIRECTORATE
ARMY HUMAN RESOURCES COMMAND
OTHER RECOMMENDED LINKS
Administrative & Civil Law courses are listed below. For a detailed description of each course, see the course catalog.
Law of Federal Employment (LOFE) | ATRRS: 5F-F22
Advanced Law of Federal Employment (ALOFE) | ATRRS: 5F-F22SL
Legal Assistance | ATRRS: 5F-F23
Administrative Law for Military Organizations (ALMO) | ATRRS: 5F-F24
Income Tax Law | ATRRS: 5F-F28
Federal Litigation | ATRRS: 5F-F29
Ethics Counselors | ATRRS: 5F-F202