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Military Lawyer

At Boston Legal Recruitment, we get inquiries about people wanting to deal with military law in regards of the field of law that they want to get trained in and eventually practice in their lifetimes. This form of law is also known as martial law to some people and has significant differences from regular civilian law (a phrase that people in the military use to distinguish it from their form of practice). You can get a great deal of benefits from being a military defense lawyer.

The current branches that you can become a military lawyer:

  • United States Army
  • United States Navy and Coast Guard
  • United States Marine Corps
  • United States Air Force

When you give a legal recruiter your curriculum vitae (or CV), they’ll help you train for the right military branch so you can practice the type of martial law that you desire. Each of these military branches has a different concept, but their military law is pretty much the same since the entire armed forces of the United States is run by the United States government. As a military lawyer, you have to decide if you want to go into one branch of the U.S. Armed Forces or just focus purely on one.

The helpful lawyers that work at Boston Legal Recruitment will help train you in knowing what’s required in understanding how to handle military law because of the different system it uses from regular civilian law. These differences are shown in the titles of military society where command is respected by a person’s rank. And a good military defense lawyer knows that a person’s rank in the military is told when the basic unspoken martial law is that people can command any other person underneath their rank and they must obey them.

A legal recruiter such as Boston Legal Recruitment will teach you about how martial law is closely related to the legal concept of the Writ of habeas corpus, so you’ll learn how they’re tied together, plus about some of the most closely regulated military laws. Military defense lawyers may be forced to join that branch’s military depending on the rules within that military branch. These types of lawyer typically won’t go onto the battlefield or even in combat training since that isn’t a requirement for any military lawyer in order to practice military law.

In some state cases, martial law is only enforced in a state of emergency such as the situation made in New Orleans, La. The only state forbidding this type of law at this time is Tennessee, so don’t make plans on going there after recruitment.

If becoming a military lawyer or a military defense lawyer sounds interesting to you, send your CV to us and we’ll help you get into the right position based on your wants.