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Sample covers of the AFJAGS publications Have an article for The Air Force Law Review or The Reporter?
Items on any area of the law, legal practice, or procedure that would be of interest to members of the JAG Corps are encouraged. Contact The Judge Advocate General's School for more information. 

AFJAGS Courses

AFJAGS Course Schedule (FY 2021) (as of 19 Oct)

Continuing Legal Education (CLE) at the Air Force JAG School (AFJAGS): When it comes to CLE, AFJAGS personnel are committed to addressing your needs and providing the best support possible. Click here to view five recommendations to ensure your CLE process is smooth.

For non-Air Force personnel interested in applying to a course at The Air Force Judge Advocate General’s School (AFJAGS), please complete the linked form and e-mail it to usaf.pentagon.af-ja.mbx.af-jax-workflow@mail.mil with a courtesy copy to afloa.afjags@us.af.mil. For any questions about AFJAGS courses selection, please contact the Chief, Education and Training, at the AF JAG Corps' Professional Development Directorate by email at usaf.pentagon.af-ja.mbx.af-jax-workflow@mail.mil or by phone at (703) 614-3021, DSN 224-3021.

For all Air Force personnel, please submit your nominations for AFJAGS courses through the AF JAG Corps Course Nomination System (CNS). Please contact the Chief, Education and Training, at the AF JAG Corps' Professional Development Directorate by email at usaf.pentagon.af-ja.mbx.af-jax-workflow@mail.mil or by phone at (703) 614-3021, DSN 224-3021 if you have any questions.

Writing Competition

2020 National Security Law Writing Competition Winners

The Judge Advocate General’s School is pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 National Security Law Writing Competition. This year’s writing competition topic focused on issues surrounding the concept of law as an instrument of national power. The following four participants were chosen as this year’s winners:

  • 1st Place – Maj Edwin C. Kisiel, III, Law as an Instrument to Solve the Orbital Debris Problem
  • 2nd Place – CPT Trevor W. Waliszewski, Legal Defense in Depth: Layering Operational Standards to Optimize National Power
  • 3rd Place – Maj Christopher M. Bailey, Lawfare 3.0: Redefining the Instruments of National Power in the Age of the Competition Continuum
  • 4th Place – Dr. Jill I. Goldenziel, Information Lawfare: An Underutilized Instrument of National Power

Congratulations to our winners!