Request your Navy JAG Structured Interview next week, hosted at Denver Law (following Navy JAG Corps Informational Program, Noon-1pm, Wed. Sept. 13th, room 170)

The US Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps will be at Denver Law on September 13 to present to Denver Law students and graduates interested in a Navy JAG career, and then to conduct structured interviews for Denver Law candidates. Schedule your time with Lt. Brinker soon!

Captain King, a representative of the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps, will give a presentation on September 13, 2017, from 12 – 13:00 pm, to Denver Law students about student opportunities with the Navy JAG Corps. The Summer Internship and Student Program are open to Univ. of Denver students. He will be available for questions about the program, the work, and the application and interview process.”

Captain King will also be conducting formal interviews for the Student Program on campus on September 13, 2017.

To participate, please email LT Brinker at

Students may schedule an interview prior to completing the online application.

Learn about U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps (JAG Corps) Direct Appointment (recent, licensed grads) or Student Program (getting into JAG while you are still in law school), and paid summer internship program.  This is a brown-bag presentation, so please feel free to bring your lunch to enjoy during this Sept. 13, noon-1pm program in room 170.

For interns, not that practice areas of the JAG Corps include, but are not limited to:

 Preparing criminal and civil cases by conducting legal research, writing briefs and
opinions, conducting investigations and interviewing witnesses
 Assisting attorneys who counsel and represent Airmen, their family members and
retirees in personal legal matters in areas such as family law, estate planning,
landlord-tenant law, tax, bankruptcy, immigration and naturalization law.
 Supporting attorneys in other areas, such as federal tort claims, government
procurement law, employment law, international law, and environmental law

 U.S. Citizen (birth or naturalization)
 Enrollment in an ABA Approved Law School
 Available to work 10-12 weeks in the summer
 Be able to obtain a Common Access Card through a security clearance


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