Harbison graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law where he served as a topics editor for the University Of Pittsburgh Law Review and completed several internships with organizations such as the Allegheny and Westmoreland County District Attorney's offices and the Judge Advocate General's Corps of the United States Army.
What does JAGC stand for?
JAGC stands for Judge Advocate General's Corps
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 5 other meanings of JAGC in our Acronym Attic
- James A Garfield National Historic Site (US National Park Service)
- Japan Association for Galapagos (Tokyo, Japan)
- Java API for Genetic Algorithms
- Just Another Google App
- Japan Graduates' Association of Malaysia
- Japan Association of Graphic Arts Technology
- Japanese Association of Greater Boston (Arlington, MA)
- Jockeys Association of Great Britain (Newbury, Berkshire, England, UK)
- Joint Angling Governing Bodies
- Jaguar Association of Greater Chicago (Chicago, IL)
- Just Another Golf Coding (computer coding)
- Jamaica Association of Guidance Counsellors in Education
- Joint Air Ground Center of Excellence
- Judge Advocate General's Department
- Japan Graphic Designers Association (est. 1978)
- Judge Advocate General's Department Reserve
- Java Adventure Game Engine (gaming)
- Java Game Experts (games company)
- Just about the Game Experience (Cambridge, England, UK)
- Joint Air & Ground Glove (pocket where all services work together during a Joint Air & Ground Opersations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Army Lawyer is also available in the Judge Advocate General's Corps electronic reference library and can be accessed on the World Wide Web by registered users at http://www.
Louisiana Representative Nick Lorusso, a lieutenant colonel in the Judge Advocate General's Corps, has been called to active duty in the Army Reserve.
The Judge Advocate General's Corps in Denmark concluded they died during British strikes in what was a "tragic mistake" and the Ministry of Defence in Britain has now pledged to carry out its own full investigation into the incident.
Now, when military recruiters visit those schools, the messages "Do Tell" and "Shame on JAG," (referring to the Judge Advocate General's Corps, officers who are lawyers and provide legal services to the military) greet them in every corridor.
When advising the reader what this book is not about, Borch emphasizes that it is neither a history of the Army's Judge Advocate General's Corps nor a history of wartime legal issues.