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The Army JAG Corps will be conducting virtual interviews for their summer internship program on Tuesday, February 2. Applications for their summer internship program are due by 11:59pm on Tuesday, January 26.  Read more about the opportunities and apply. Applicants seeking full consideration for their program will also need submit an application through the JAG online application portal by Friday, February 26.

Summer Internship Description
Interns work under attorney supervision in virtually every practice area of the JAG Corps. Interns assist in the preparation of criminal and civil cases by conducting legal research, writing briefs and opinions, participating in investigations, and interviewing witnesses. Interns also assist Judge Advocates who counsel and represent Soldiers, their family members, and retirees in personal legal matters in areas such as family law, estate planning, landlord/tenant law, and military administrative law. Interns also assist Judge Advocates and Army civilian attorneys who represent the Army and the United States in other areas such as federal tort claims, employment law, international law, and environmental law. Summer interns receive constant guidance and mentorship from Judge Advocates.