Discover the world of the Judge Advocate General’s Corps (JAG) with this exhaustive new collection created in collaboration with the William Winthrop Memorial Library of the U.S. Army JAG School, including a wealth of rare and hard-to-find titles in a fully searchable and browsable format. An ideal resource for military institutions and anyone with a passion for military law, Military Legal Resources (U.S. Army JAG School), has been added to Military and Government subscriptions at no additional cost. Watch the short video below or keep reading to learn more about what’s new in this latest resource.
About Military Legal Resources (U.S. Army JAG School)
Introducing Military Legal Resources (U.S. Army JAG School)—the ultimate resource for judge advocates, law school professors, military institutions, and anyone interested in military law! This exclusive collection is now available on HeinOnline’s cutting-edge platform, offering you an unparalleled research experience.
Delve into an extensive collection of hard-to-find titles relating to the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps (or JAG Corps). With a full-text searchable and easily browsable format, accessing this invaluable content has never been easier! Explore an exhaustive range of resources, including:
This collection will be regularly updated to ensure researchers have access to every current and historical document relevant to military law.
We would like to give a special thanks to Dan Lavering, Law Librarian at the Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School, for helping facilitate the addition of this collection into HeinOnline and for providing his valuable insight and advocacy throughout the course of this project.
About the Judge Advocate General’s Corps
The U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps, or JAG Corps, is a government law organization and one of the country’s largest law firms. It defends the Army and its Soldiers in all military legal matters and provides important legal advice to senior Army officials. Its licensed attorneys and judges, called Judge Advocates, fight for justice at home and around the globe.
This collection is dedicated to the men and women, past and present, who have served or are now serving in the respective Judge Advocate General’s Corps of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard. From 1775, when General George Washington appointed Boston lawyer William Tudor as the first Judge Advocate of the Continental Army, to the present time, Judge Advocates have served our nation at home and abroad, in war and in peace, by providing principled legal counsel to their respective services.
About HeinOnline’s Military and Government
HeinOnline’s Military and Government allows users to research the functions of the federal government in administering these essential armed forces, as well as the issues confronting service personnel both on and off the battlefield—from women’s changing role in the military to the development of new weaponry to navigating benefits offered by the Department of Veterans Affairs after service. With funding to the Department of Defense making up the largest portion of the U.S. federal budget, users can also find publications devoted to debating and accounting for appropriations and other funds spent. This database contains essential committee prints, government reports, congressional hearings, legislative histories, and relevant Code of Federal Regulations and U.S. Code sections, as well as books, serials, periodicals, articles, and the entirety of the Pentagon Papers.
Military Legal Resources (U.S. Army JAG School) has been automatically added as a subcollection to all Military and Government subscriptions. Military and Government is included in select U.S. and Canadian Core subscriptions.
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