Hanging Up the Uniform: Navigating the Military Attorney to Civilian Transition

Scott G. Johnson
Learn how to overcome the cultural chasm and navigate the challenging transition from the military to civilian life.

Learn how to overcome the cultural chasm and navigate the challenging transition from the military to civilian life.

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All military attorneys, from a Judge Advocate (JAG) only interested in completing his or her initial commitment to a JAG retiring after a 20-year career, will eventually trade in their camouflage for a suit and tie. Corporate America is generally supportive of the military and extends a helping hand to those in uniform whenever possible. The following advice will help military attorneys overcome the cultural chasm and navigate the challenging transition from the military to civilian life. 

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