Created, maintained, and updated by the Information Technology Division (ITD) in conjunction with the CLD's Operations section, MJO (17) is the JAGC's premier tool for creating, storing, and tracking military justice related documents.
In addition to the general military justice resources provided through OTJAG Criminal Law, the JAGC also provides resources specifically geared towards assisting both trial and defense counsel with trial preparation through organizations located at the second one-star entity: United States Legal Services Agency (USALSA).
Part of TDD's vision is to "Leverage Technology, Transition JAGC Training and Education into the Information Age [through] Learning Management System Architecture and Centralized Courseware Systemes]." (42) As the "Online Learning Home of the Judge Advocate General's Corps," (43) JAG University fulfills this vision.
The Criminal Law Document Library (DocLib), created through the collaboration of the CL/KM attorney and the JAGC's Information Technology Division (ITD), (76) "provides a single space in the secure JAGCNet cloud for the academic and policy documents of the JAG Corps' proponent offices, as well as valuable resources contributed by legal professionals in the field.
As the JAGC as a whole maximizes the use of existing online tools and search platforms, we will be that much closer to providing uniform advice to commanders built from the common knowledge provided among these sites.
Prior to enrollment in Phase 1, students must have obtained at least the rank of CPT and must have completed two years of service since completion of JAOBC, unless, at the time of their accession into the JAGC
, they were transferred into the JAGC
from prior commissioned service.