Thomas Romig, assistant judge advocate general
for reserve operations and mobilizations, Brig.
After retiring in 1968, Wally Solf served as the Chief, International Affairs Division from 1971 to 1977 and then as Special Assistant to The Judge Advocate General
(TJAG) from 1977 to 1979.
who would later be promoted to major general and serve as The Assistant Judge Advocate General
from 1997 to 2001, was also a member of this class.
The Judge Advocate General
(JAG), Major-General Blaise Cathcart, has launched a proactive comprehensive review of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) court martial system.
In 1999, Laura was commissioned into the judge advocate general
Donald Oulton was certified as a "Level 5 Managerial Contract Law Attorney" by the Air Force Judge Advocate General
, which is the top rating a civilian professional may achieve.
for Niagara Falls, Minister of National Defence, is pleased to announce the re-appointment of Major-General Blaise Cathcart as the Canadian Forces Judge Advocate General
In 1992, the Judge Advocate General
of the Navy and the Naval Justice School accepted the challenge of developing a rule of law program demanded by this new E-IMET legislation.
Army Judge Advocate General
(JAG) Corps and the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office.
Swift, one of five Judge Advocate General
lawyers assigned to represent the first round of commission defendants, has defied skepticism at home and abroad that he and his colleagues would do more than a perfunctory job defending accused terrorists.
Ward, (1) the Judge Advocate General
of the Navy, in a ceremony on 21 February 1957.
Cramer, The Judge Advocate General
(TJAG), quickly realized that this "slow process of apprenticeship" was "impractical" to meet the wartime demands and that the Army must establish a school for refresher training "to afford the proper orientation and indoctrination for bridging the gap between civil and Army life.