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Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center

401 W. Belknap

Fort Worth, TX 76196

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Practicing Military Justice

If you are a licensed attorney and are interested in earning a JAG certification, the online portion of the SGAUS JAG Training Program, Practicing Military Justice, is available through the SGAUS website. All active State Guard member attorneys that are commissioned officers at the time of successful completion of the Training Program's online and in-person course requirements will be eligible to receive the SGAUS JAG Skills Qualification Badge. The next opportunity to complete this program will be at the JAG Training Conference in Fort Worth, Texas on April 21, 2018.

Welcome Reception: Friday, 20 April 2018; Hosted by Judge Daryl & Debra Coffey; 1730-2030; The Tower 501 Taylor Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102 (two blocks from the Fort Worth Hotel). The receiption will be at the Fifth floor. Check in with the concierge in the foyer. Heavy appetizers will be served by Chef Keith Hicks of Buttons restaurant fame. Aged bourbon for tasting; wine, beer, and soft drinks will be available.

JAG Program Agenda ... Agenda

For more information about the JAG training program, please go to this link: https://sgaus.org/sgaus-academy/jag-academy/



Guest Speakers:

* Professor Jeffrey Addicott | Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Terrorism Law at Sr. Mary's University School of Law, San Antonio, Texas. Author of Radical Islam Why?: Confronting Jihad at Home and Abroad.

* MAJ Charles Florsheim | Retired Partner at Cantey Hanger LLP & Former Chief of Military Justice, Fort Sam Houston.

* Mark Sullivan | Principal of Sullivan & Tanner, P.A., in Raleigh, North Carolina. Author of The Military Divorce Handbook. Mr. Sullivan will be lecturing on USERRA and SCRA law.

* 1LT Myron Kimball | Founder of Jones Kimball Law Firm, P.C..Former General Counsel for the International Union of Operating Engineers for twenty years.

* Special Agent Michael Elkheir | SA for the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. Currently assigned to the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task force.

* MAJ Michael Parker | Managing Partner of Parker Straus, LLP. Co-Vice Chair of the Military Justice Section, Veterans & Military Affairs Law Section of the Federal Bar Association.

Bios for all quest speakers ... Speakers.




FAQs

Practicum case study material?

Access to practium case study materials will be provided by the event organizer upon verification of course enrollment/registration.

CLE?

Estimated 7.0 hours. No guarantee of CLE accceptance in all jurisdictions. Once you have completed your registration, please email Rebecca Rondinaro your State Bar ID at rar@parkerllp.com Deadline for application for CLE is 20 February.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

For questions, contact CPT (TX) Michael R. Parker by email at mrp@parkerllp.com or LTC(IN) Gary Miller by email at gary.miller@igr.in.gov.

Deadline to register conference?

14 April, 1800 Central.

Refund Policy for conference?

No refunds after 1 April.

Uniform/Dress?

Military: Class A.

Civilian: Courtroom

Hotel Reservations?

The Fort Worth Club, 306 West 7th St, Fort Worth, TX 76102 || 817-336-7211 || www.fortworthclub.com

- 19 rooms @ $155 + tax per night for each room type.

- Group room rate expires on 19 March or the 19 rooms have been reserved (whichever comes first).

- Reservations are on a first come/first serve basis.

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