The Army OneSource Military Legal Assistance courses are designed to educate legal professionals concerning those aspects of the military culture and federal laws affecting both active duty and military veterans that could alter the nature and content of the legal advice they're being asked to provide.
The FREE courses are available until 9/30/2014
If you need to print your certificates for CE credit, CLICK HERE to be taken to your transcript. Complete the course evaluation survey, if necessary, and then click the "Print Certificate" button.
When legal issues arise at home, Servicemembers are often unable to find the help they need. The aid and advice of a trusted attorney located in or near their home community can be a lifeline of support. Educate yourself on the unique culture, challenges and protections of our men and women in uniform and provide them with the support they need, in the communities where they live.
Continuing Legal Education Courses are available!
The Army OneSource Military Legal Assistance courses are designed to educate legal professionals concerning those aspects of military culture and federal laws affecting both active duty and Veterans that could alter the nature and content of the legal advice they are being asked to provide.
•Family Law and Military (1 hr) Familiarizes the family law practitioner with relevant law for the representation of a Veteran, Servicemember or Servicemember’s Spouse in a family law matter, including the four general laws that may apply and be of assistance.
•Serving Those Who Have Served (35 min video) Explores the unique needs of reintegrating Servicemembers, including a candid panel discussion with active and former military, and a summary of the issues from a former JAG and state Veterans administrator. A behavioral health practitioner provides valuable insight and offers tips on how to effectively provide counsel.
•Military Cultural Competence (1.25 hrs) Explains military culture including values, structure, policies, and expectations to help providers better understand, communicate, and interact with Servicemembers and their Families. Utilizes a blend of experiential exercises and self-study.
Courses are available free of charge