Air Force, Army, and Marine Corps Judge Advocate General (JAG) officers will be coming to campus on Wednesday, October 27. 2023 to discuss opportunities for law students to work for their respective Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps. Stanford Law School is committed to providing equal opportunity to obtain employment.
Stanford Law School’s Nondiscrimination Policy:
Stanford Law School is committed to providing equal opportunity to obtain employment. Stanford Law School opens its facilities and services only to employers who do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, disability, genetic information, marital status, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding or related medical conditions), gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Discrimination on the basis of sex includes sexual harassment and sexual violence.
Unlike other legal employers, the military sets age and physical qualification standards, and it has not been possible to determine from the face of the applicable statutes and regulations the extent to which all of these standards constitute narrowly crafted occupational qualifications for serving in the JAG Corps. For instance, applicants must be under 28 years of age at the time of commissioning for the Marine Corps, under 40 for the Air Force, and under 42 for the Army and Navy. See 10 USC 532 and 32 CFR 66.6 for additional information on the military’s accession and service standards.