Reece, Beth
October 2005
Soldiers;Oct2005, Vol. 60 Issue 10, p41
The article focuses on the acceptance of applications for the United States Army's Funded Legal Education Program by the Office of the Judge Advocate General. It sends up to 15 active-duty officers to law school at government expense. The law school will begin in the fall of 2006 and selected officers will remain on active duty while attending.


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