Careers in the JAG Corps with U.S. Air Force Major Samantha Sliney

Careers in the JAG Corps with U.S. Air Force Major Samantha Sliney

USAF Major & lawyer Samantha Sliney talks about her career as a JAG, or Judge Advocate General, and how you can pursue a legal career in the armed forces.

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Ever thought to yourself, “Being a lawyer sounds great, but I wish we had uniforms?” Wished 1L year was a little more like actual boot camp, and a little less like lawyer boot camp?

Good news: the military needs lawyers! USAF Major and happy lawyer Samantha Sliney joins the podcast to talk about her career as a JAG, or Judge Advocate General, and how you can pursue a legal career in the armed forces, too.

Listen and learn . . .

  1. Do JAGs deploy like other soldiers?
  2. What does a lawyer do in the military, anyway?
  3. How to find out how much money JAGs (and everyone else in the armed forces) really make
  4. Whether courts-martial are really like what you’ve seen on TV
  5. What a JAG’s career path looks like
  6. How to tell if you’re cut out for the JAG life
  7. What to do if you think this career might be for you

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