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FY-23 JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERALS CORPS IN-SERVICE PROCUREMENT PROGRAM SELECTION BOARD


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SUBJ/FY-23 JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERALS CORPS IN-SERVICE PROCUREMENT PROGRAM 
SELECTION BOARD// 
 
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AMPN/REF A IS JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERALS CORPS IN-SERVICE PROCUREMENT PROGRAM 
AUTHORIZATION 111A// 
 
RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN announces the convening of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 
Judge Advocate Generals Corps (JAGC) In-Service Procurement Program (IPP) 
Selection Board no earlier than February 2023.  The JAGC IPP provides 
outstanding, career motivated enlisted personnel of all ratings, who meet the 
eligibility criteria, the opportunity to earn a commission in the JAGC.  The 
FY-23 JAGC IPP Selection Board will accept applications for the funded legal 
education option (FLEO) and the direct commission option (DCO). 
 
2.  This program is open to Active Duty enlisted Sailors and Navy training 
and administration of reserve (formerly known as full-time support) personnel 
in any rating or military occupational specialty in paygrades E-5 through E-7 
at the time of the application.  DCO applicants must have served on Active 
Duty for a period of no less than 2 years, and no more than 10 years at the 
time of commissioning.  FLEO applicants must have served on Active Duty for 
a period of no less than 4 years, and no more than 8 years at the time legal 
training begins.  Members of the Individual Ready Reserve or serving on 
Active Duty for operational support, Active Duty for training, mobilizations 
or one to three year recalls are not eligible for this program.  FLEO 
applicants selected for the program must begin legal training no later than 
September 2023 and prior to the eighth anniversary of their Active Duty 
commencement date. Legal training in the program commences as of the date of 
reporting for duty under instruction at the unit to which the enlisted Sailor 
is assigned while attending law school.  The enlisted Sailor is not required 
to begin law school courses by this date.  All time in service and paygrade 
requirements are statutory and cannot be waived. 
 
3.  Reference (a) provides information on authorized program benefits, 
eligibility, obligated service, and program requirements. Where information 
differs between this NAVADMIN and reference (a), this NAVADMIN takes 
precedence. 
 
4.  Application procedures are provided in reference (a) and this NAVADMIN.   
All applicants and endorsing commands should fully read this NAVADMIN, 
reference (a), and application guides.  All references are available at 
https://www.jag.navy.mil/careers_/careers/opportunities_ipp.html.
 
5.  Applicants must not have reached their 42nd birthday by the time they 
commission.  This requirement cannot be waived. 
 
6.  Amplifying education information for the FY-23 JAGC IPP Selection Board: 
    a.  Law school admission test (LSAT) exam score reports are required for 
all applicants.  LSAT score reports may be submitted via separate 
correspondence after the deadline but must be received by 15 January 
2023.  Website screenshots of LSAT scores will not be accepted unless an 
official score report is not available to LSAT-Flex test takers. 
    b.  All applicants must hold a baccalaureate degree from an 
accredited institution at the time of the application deadline. 
Applicants must submit their official or unofficial transcripts for 
all degrees earned and a complete list of all schools attended. 
    c.  Applicants applying to the FLEO must provide a prioritized 
list of U.S. law schools accredited by the American Bar Association 
(ABA) to which the applicant has applied or plans to apply. 
Applicants are encouraged to apply to more than one school. 
Applicants must apply to at least one law school in which in state 
tuition and fees can be obtained, one law school near the applicants 
current duty station and one law school located in a Fleet 
concentration area (i.e., Norfolk, VA, Jacksonville/Mayport, FL, San 
Diego, CA, Pearl Harbor, HI, Bremerton, WA, or Washington, DC). 
Applicants are required to apply to at least one law school before 
the FY-23 JAGC IPP Selection Board in February 2023 but are strongly 
encouraged to apply to law schools before the IPP application 
deadline.  Applicants must provide a copy of any acceptance letters 
received prior to the convening of the selection board. 
    d.  Applicants applying for the DCO must have obtained a law 
degree (juris doctor) from a law school considered by the ABA to be 
accredited under provisions established by the ABA at the time of 
their graduation from the law school. 
    e.  Applicants for the DCO must submit a current letter or 
certificate of good standing from the licensing authority admitting 
the applicant to the practice of law before a federal court or the 
highest court of a state, a U.S. territory, the commonwealth of 
Puerto Rico or the District of Columbia. 
    f.  All applicants must obtain a conditional release from their 
enlisted community manager (ECM).  To obtain a conditional release, 
an applicant must submit an Electronic Personnel Action request, 
NAVPERS 1306/7 to their ECM or detailer as appropriate.  The FY-23 
JAGC IPP Selection Board will only consider enlisted candidates who 
have a conditional release included in their program application. 
 
7.  Applicants must submit their application electronically via Department of 
Defense (DoD) Secure Access File Exchange (SAFE) (https://safe.apps.mil/) to 
NavyJAGAccessions(at)us.navy.mil no later than 2359 Eastern Standard Time 
Thursday, 15 December 2022. 
Applicants or their command may submit the completed application. Once 
submitted via DoD SAFE, the submitter of the application must e-mail 
NavyJAGAccessions(at)us.navy.mil to provide notification of the submission, 
the DoD SAFE file download password and a command point of contact for follow 
up information.  If an applicant requires an exception to the e-submission 
policy due to operational restrictions, please contact (202) 685-5273 or 
NavyJAGAccessions(at)us.navy.mil prior to 20 November 2022.  LSAT score 
reports and law school acceptance letters may be submitted via separate 
correspondence after the deadline but must be received by 15 January 2023.   
No other additional or amplifying information will be accepted after the 
deadline.  Incomplete applications will not be reviewed by the board.   
Applicants will be notified directly of board results four to six weeks 
following the convening of the selection board. 
 
8.  In line with reference (a), prior to submitting a completed application, 
applicants are required to complete a structured interview with the 
JAGC.  Structured interviews will be conducted in line with policy 
established by the Judge Advocate General. Instructions for scheduling a 
structured interview may be found 
athttps://www.jag.navy.mil/careers_/careers/opportunities_ipp.html. 
This requirement is separate from and in addition to the command interview. 
 
9.  Point of contact is the Office of the Judge Advocate General Accessions 
Program Manager and can be reached at (202) 685-5273/DSN 325 or via e-mail at 
NavyJAGAccessions(at)us.navy.mil. 
 
10.  Released by Rear Admiral J. P. Waters, Acting N1B.// 
 
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