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The Military Justice Society is devoted to serving student veterans and those seeking a commission to serve as a Judge Advocate General (JAG). Membership allows students a firsthand opportunity to engage with JAGs and discuss critical legal issues surrounding the military and its members.

Through our first-hand knowledge and experience, we assist students through JAG Corps’ competitive and rigorous application process. JAGs from all branches and who are MC Law Alumni, are regularly hosted by our society, allowing students the opportunity to gain experience on what life as a JAG is like.

Mentorship and leadership are critical to our society. We facilitate volunteer opportunities and host events to enable comradery amongst our student veterans. Our sponsors, Dean Rosenblatt and Professor Rosenblatt, both having served as Army JAGs, provide extensive mentorship through counseling students in their aspirations to become JAGs. Additionally, they provide an array of educational opportunities by teaching courses on military justice and other courses exposing students to an array of military law subjects.

Through our organization’s model of servant leadership, MJS serves as a facilitator to ensure students have the mentorship and educational opportunities necessary for them to succeed in the civilian and military legal sector.