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  • Kelly Anderson, 3L Student at Notre Dame Law School, stands near a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter during a tour this summer while interning with the U.S. Coast Guard Office of the Judge Advocate General. Read more
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  • Lt. Amy C. Zajac, Region Legal Service Office Europe, Africa, and Southwest Asia (EURAFSWA), served as staff judge advocate for U.S. military personnel aboard the French Navy Mistral-class LHD Tonnerre (L9014) as it executed a bilateral U.S.-French mission, the first of its kind, in the Persian Gulf, Red Sea, and Gulf of Aden. Read more
  • Lt. John Butler, Cmdr. Scott Thompson and Lt. Cmdr. Dave Gonzalez prepared for a convoy in Kabul, Afghanistan in 2009. As U.S. legal advisors to the Afghan Ministry of Interior Chief of Legal Affairs, they provided Afghan National Police legal advisors the knowledge and skills to train Afghan police in the law. - See more

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