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JAG 1150.1E

(Code 61) RECRUITING, INTERNSHIP/EXTERNSHIP, STRUCTURED INTERVIEW, AND ACCESSION PROGRAMS

active, Most Current
Organization: JAG
Publication Date: 15 October 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 28
scope:

This instruction applies to all personnel involved in JAGC recruiting, the JAGC Internship/Externship Program, Structured Interviews, and Accession Selection Boards (ASB) for the SP and DAP. Reference (a) governs the appointment of officers in the JAGC. Reference (b) governs Law Education Program (LEP) applications and selection. Reference (c) governs Lateral Transfer/Redesignation applications and selection. Reference (d) governs In-service Procurement Program (IPP) applications and selection. References (e) and (f) provide authority for the acceptance of volunteer service of student interns. Reference (g) governs inspection of Naval Legal Service Command (NLSC) offices. Reference (h) sets forth policies and standards for JAGC recruiting officer conduct. References (i) and (j) assign the Judge Advocate General (JAG) responsibility for recruiting and professionally recommending candidates for commissioning in the Navy JAGC. Reference (k) authorizes the military departments to recruit and accept services from student volunteers, and permits such volunteers to be considered federal employees for Privacy Act purposes. Reference (1) implements reference (k) within the Navy and authorizes the Judge Advocate General to implement procedures and policies for volunteers providing legal services.

Purpose. To establish policies and procedures related to recruiting and selecting applicants for commission in the Navy Judge Advocate General's Corps (JAGC) under the Student Program (SP) and the Direct Appointment Program (DAP), to include policies and procedures for recruiting-related activities such as participation in the JAGC Internship/Externship Program and the Structured Interview Process.

Document History

JAG 1150.1E
October 15, 2018
(Code 61) RECRUITING, INTERNSHIP/EXTERNSHIP, STRUCTURED INTERVIEW, AND ACCESSION PROGRAMS
This instruction applies to all personnel involved in JAGC recruiting, the JAGC Internship/Externship Program, Structured Interviews, and Accession Selection Boards (ASB) for the SP and DAP....
November 6, 2017
(Code 61) RECRUITING, INTERNSHIP/EXTERNSHIP, STRUCTURED INTERVIEW, AND ACCESSION PROGRAMS
This instruction applies to all personnel involved in JAGC recruiting, the JAGC Intemship/Extemship Program, Structured Interviews, and Accession Selection Boards (ASB) for the SP and DAP. Reference...
June 29, 2012
(Code 61) RECRUITING, INTERNSHIP, EXTERNSHIP, STUDENT AND DIRECT APPOINTMENT ACCESSION PROGRAMS
This instruction applies to all personnel involved in JAGC recruiting, the JAGC Internship and accession selection boards for the SP and DAP. Reference (a) governs the appointment of officers in the...
April 30, 2007
RECRUITMENT, INTERNSHIPS AND SELECTION FOR THE JAG CORPS STUDENT AND DIRECT APPOINTMENT PROGRAMS
Purpose. To establish procedures related to recruitment, internships, and selection of applicants for commissioning in the Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps under the Student Program (SP) and...
March 3, 2003
(JAG 61) RECRUITING AND SELECTION FOR THE JAG CORPS STUDENT AND DIRECT APPOINTMENT PROGRAMS
This instruction applies to Navy Judge Advocates involved in the recruitment and selection processes for the SP and DAP. Law Education Program (LEP) applications and selections are governed by...
December 17, 1984
(JAG 61) RECRUITING AND SELECTION FOR THE JAG CORPS STUDENT AND DIRECT APPOINTMENT PROGRAMS
The provisions of this instruction apply to all Naval legal Service Offices in the continental United States and Hawaii.

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