The FBA’s Pentagon Chapter has asked us to post the announcement and pamphlet (which includes the speakers and schedule) for the 2009 Jobs for JAGs program, which we are happy to do. The program will be held on 8 May at the Army & Navy Club.

The announcement explains:

This full-day event is designed for junior and senior military attorneys transitioning from active duty to civilian or government practice. The seminar will feature panels of top attorneys from the Department of Justice and other government agencies, as well as from private practice and industry, to share tips and insights on finding employment. Many of the panelists are retired or former Judge Advocates and will share their tips on selling your skills as a JAG to government employers, law firms, and corporations.

The cost is $40 on or before 1 May and $80 afterwards, including at the door.

7 Responses to “2009 Jobs for JAGs program”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Make sure one of the topics to be discussed: PROPER HANDLING OF EVIDENCE AS IT PERTAINS TO “BRADY”.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I had toyed with getting out of the Navy after this tour, but the current economic times have me running back to my polyester CNT uniform…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Yes, at a jobs fair I am sure the discussion on Brady will be topical.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Too many formerly Accused post on this blog.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I guess the 2002-2008 Jobs for JAGs programs, aka Military Commissions, aren’t working out so well anymore.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Oh, have they shit down military commissions? I hadn’t heard.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Oops, I meant “shut” although the original post may be more appropriate.