TJAGLCS

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TJAGLCSThe Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School (formerly TJAGSA)
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Phase II (resident): Phase II is offered each December at TJAGLCS. Students must have completed and passed all non-writing Phase I modules by 2359 (EST) 1 October in order to be eligible to attend Phase II in the same fiscal year as the 1 October deadline.
Regardless of how course attendance is documented, it is the personal responsibility of JAs to ensure that their attendance at TJAGLCS courses is accounted for and credited to them and that state CLE attendance and reporting requirements are being met.
Please contact the TJAGLCS CLE Administrator at (434) 971-3307 if you have questions or require additional information.
TJAGLCS resident short courses utilize JAG University in a "blended" learning model, where face-to-face resident instruction ('on-ground') is combined with JAGU courses and resources ('on-line'), allowing TJAGLCS short course students to utilize and download materials and resources from personal wireless devices during class and after the course.
Personnel desiring to call TJAGLCS can dial via DSN 521-3300 or, provided the telephone call is for official business only, use the toll free number, (800) 552-3978; the receptionist will connect you with the appropriate department or directorate.
If you have access to the "Private" side of JAGCNet, you can get to the TJAGLCS publications by using the following link: http://www.jagcnet2.army.mil.
(1) Once logged into JAGCNet, find the "TJAGLCS" link across the top of the page and click on it.
TJAGLCS resident short courses utilize JAG University in a "blended" learning model, where face-to-face resident instruction (on-ground) is combined with JAGU courses and resources, allowing TJAGLCS short course students to utilize and download materials and resources from personal wireless devices during class and after the course.
JAGU: TJAGLCS's primary Distributed Learning vehicle is JAG University (JAGU), which hosts the Blackboard online learning management system used by a majority of higher education institutions.
The Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School (TJAGLCS), Charlottesville, Virginia, continues to improve capabilities for faculty and staff.