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JAG Reporter Articles

The JAG Reporter is published by The Judge Advocate General’s School for the Office of The Judge Advocate General, United States Air Force. Use the navigation links to view articles in the various domains: Civil Law & Litigation, Leadership, Military Justice & Discipline, Operations & International Law, and Book Reviews. Also don't forget to explore our podcasts!

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  • AFJAGS Podcast, Episode 61

    Part 2 of the interview with Captain Ormsbee about his recently published article that deals with China and its approach to international law.

  • AFJAGS Podcast, Episode 60

    We’re talking to Captain Ormsbee about his recently published article that deals with China and its approach to international law (part 1 of a two-part interview).

  • AFJAGS Podcast, Episode 59

    Part 2 of the conversation with Colonel Jerime Reid on why disparities exist and how we can take action and move forward and address these biases.

  • AFJAGS Podcast, Episode 58

    We invited Colonel Jerime Reid to sit down with us and share his thoughts on why disparities exist and how we can take action and move forward and address these biases.

  • AFJAGS Podcast, Episode 57

    Great Power Competition: Today, a primer on China, with Lt Col Charles Gartland. Currently the Law Chair Director for Air University here at Maxwell Air Force Base, Lt Col Gartland has been studying and writing about China for several years and he agreed to bring his considerable understanding of

  • Is a Defense Contractor Knocking on Your Door?

    This article provides a series of best practices that attorneys can use to ensure their government clients successfully balance robust communications with industry while avoiding the pitfall of oversharing information.