Oportunidades de empleo para abogados y abogadas en el Ejército de EEUU en Derecho UPR

Oportunidades de empleo para abogados y abogadas en el Ejercito de EEUUU en Derecho UPRLa Escuela de Derecho de la Universidad de Puerto Rico anuncia entrevistas sobre oportunidades con el “United States Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps”, tanto para los de tercer año que se gradúan, como para estudiantes de segundo año interesados en el Programa de Verano. Las entrevistas serán el martes, 24 de septiembre en el salón L-9 de la Escuela de Derecho de 8:00am a 5:00pm.

Deben enviar su interés en participar, su horario de preferencia y su número telefónico a Yanira Pomales a: ypomales@law.upr.edu para ir coordinando los espacios disponibles.

A continuación el comunicado en inglés:

The United States Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps (JAGC) will be holding on-campus interviews for all 3Ls on September 24, 2013, from 8am to 5pm in Room L-9. The JAGC is the US Army’s premiere source of
legal support for all operations and contingency operations around the world. As an active duty officer in the JAGC and practicing attorney, your responsibilities will cover everything affecting military operations, focusing on the following disciplines: criminal law, legal assistance, civil and administrative law, labor and employment law, international and operational law, and contract and fiscal law.

The JAGC offers attorneys a diverse range of opportunities to serve as a prosecutor, defense counsel, advising a commander on an international law issue, assisting a Soldier with a personal legal matter, or handling other challenging and high profile responsibilities. Duty locations include the continental United States and overseas installations around the world.

***Additionally, 2Ls interested in applying for the FY 2014 Summer Internship Program are strongly encouraged to interview. Every year, a board composed of Judge Advocates selects 75 highly qualified 2Ls to participate in an 8 week summer internship on a US Army installation alongside of active duty Judge Advocates. The internship is paid at the GS-7 pay scale and affords 2Ls the opportunity to experience what it takes to be a successful Officer and military attorney.***

Applicants interested in applying for an active duty appointment or the 2L Summer Internship, should send their resume and transcripts to the career services director no later than September 17, 2013. Interviews will last approximately 20-30 minutes. Applicants must bring a copy of their resume to the interview and be dressed in business attire.

Most questions pertaining to the 2L Summer Internship Program or an active duty appointment to the JAG Corps can be answered by visiting: https://www.JAGCnet.army.mil/JARO.

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