ABOUT JAG (JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL) SSB DETAILS
If you want a career in law and want to join a branch of the military, you may be wondering what JAG, also known as Judge Advocate General’s Corps, is. JAG, or JAG Corps, is the branch of the military that deals with military justice and law, so if you’re interested in the legal system, you may want to look into starting a military career.
If you’re just learning of JAG and are wondering what JAG, also known as the Judge Advocate General’s Corps, is or does, you have to consider everything that’s involved with military law. While many people only think of criminal law when thinking about JAG, there are many other areas of practice that military professionals are involved with.
For instance, the United States Army has 10 different branches of law that they recruit for :
- Criminal law
- Legal assistance
- Civil litigation
- Administrative law
- Labor law
- International law
- Operational law
- Medical law
- Contract law
JAG / SSB
- Vacancies – Men : 175, Women : 20
- Forms – Jan /Feb & Jul/Aug.
- Age Limit – 20-27 years
- SSB Interview – May/Jun & Oct/Nov
EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION : Passed LLB with 55 % marks
MODE OF SELECTION : SSB Interview