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Have you served between two and ten years as an active duty Air Force officer? Are you interested in attending law school and becoming a judge advocate (JAG)? The Funded Legal Education Program (FLEP) or Excess Leave Program (ELP) may be just for you! Officers interested in continuing to serve the Air Force as a JAG are invited to apply for either of these highly competitive programs.  Officers selected for FLEP have the opportunity to attend law school at Air Force expense while also continuing to receive full pay, allowances, and tuition.  Officers chosen for ELP are responsible for their own law school expenses and do not receive full pay, allowances, and tuition.  However, ELP participants remain eligible for active duty benefits and continue to accrue time towards retirement and promotion. (U.S. Air Force graphic/2nd Lt. Brittany Curry)
Sheppard Law Center Announces 2017 Air Force Law School Programs
Have you served between two and ten years as an active duty Air Force officer? Are you interested in attending law school and becoming a judge advocate (JAG)? The Funded Legal Education Program (FLEP) or Excess Leave Program (ELP) may be just for you!
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