Roles in the Corps: Advanced Opportunities in Law

After initial officer training at The Basic School, Marine Corps Judge Advocates train in the military justice system at the Naval Justice School (NJS) in Newport, RI. At NJS, they learn the basic aspects of military law, including the Uniform Code of Military Justice, Criminal Law and Procedure, Operational Law, Trial Advocacy, and Administrative Law. This knowledge prepares them to fight for and defend their fellow Marines in the courtroom.

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