SLS Student Branden Critell accepts internship with U.S. Army JAG

January 12, 2017

Savannah Law School student Branden Critell recently accepted an internship with the U.S. Army JAG Program. Through this program, Brandon will serve as a civil service employee this summer. Among other things, he will draft legal memoranda, conduct investigations and interviews, and prepare work for the various legal fields with U.S. Army JAG Corps.

From the U.S. Army JAG Website: *Each summer, the Army JAG Corps hires 2L law students to work as legal interns in hundreds of offices across the United States…For 60 days, these summer interns work as temporary civil service employees performing a variety of legal tasks.” The website goes on to detail that “(i)nterns will have the opportunity to work under the supervision of experienced Judge Advocates in a wide range of JAG Corps legal disciplines.”

Brandon is a full-time SLS student and on track to graduate with the Class of 2018. Congratulations, Brandon! We know this will be a once in a lifetime experience for you.

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