MOS 27 Legal Services NCOER Examples

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Paralegal NCO

o quickly became a subject-matter expert, expertly filling many roles

o trains continously; provides one on one training to his Paralegals who are exhibiting difficulty learning their MOS skill set

o excellent leadership skills is demonstrated by his planning and execution of high profile 2012 Trial Advocacy joint training of active duty, USAR and ARNG JAG

o established an effective working relationship with other military branch JAG counterparts to benefit the CAARNG JAG Corps' resources and mission support

o sacrificed personal time on multiple occasions to assists Soldiers and clients ensuring their legal needs are taken care of

o selected by the Staff Judge Advocate and Command Paralegal as the command's Coggins Award nominee, an award for excellence for paralegals

o processed over 520 legal actions while deployed to a theater of combat operations with 95 percent accuracy

o used exceptionally sound judgement and diplomacy when addressing legal issues with command teams

o Soldier unable to take APFT during this period due to deployment for combat operations/contingency operations

o completed the FOB Official Army 10-Miler shadow run on a demanding and challeging course at an elevation over 5,300 feet above sea level in Afghanistan

o inspired three subordinate Soldiers to seek self improvement through college and correspondance courses, resulting in 100 percent enrollment

o provided exceptional leadership in combat by taking charge and always being on top of mission situations and requirements

o inspired espirit de corps and the desire to succeed

o implemented training in a forward deployed environment ensuring three Soldiers were fully proficient in technical and tactical skills; readily shared combat experience

o ensured a court-martial was completed in three weeks in a combat environment, a task which normally takes about three months; extremely mission-focused

o executed pre-deployment training proficiently, including convoy operations and react to contact drills; improved operational proficiency and readiness in the section

o maintained 100 percent accountability of more than $20,000 worth of equipment, resulting in zero loss or damage during deployment

o supervised the creation and manning of area force protection fighting positions for a Forward Operating Base in a theater of combat operations

o ensured accurate and prompt reporting of all military justice actions for the unit; completely reliable and trustworthy

o supervised paralegals in the processing of over 550 POAs, 800 wills and 1600 notaries in office and SRPs saving (UNIT) over $300,000.00 of legal services

o trained his paralegals in the administration of UCMJ and separation boards; coached them in the actual separation boards to ensure his training standards are highly met

o he is always determined when giving advice on legal actions processing which was truly valued by his subordinates, peers, superiors, and commanders

o outstanding devotion to Soldier care; he always takes his time in assisting clients to ensure their personal legal needs are taken care of and follows through to conclusion

o directly managed the Division's legal assistance program that processed over 1500 notaries, POAs, wills and legal correspondence saving Soldiers over $101,450.00

o his leadership skill is the driving force and the heart of the ---th Infantry Division's legal operations

o set stringent but achievable training standards which earned the respect and admiration of his paralegals

o cross-trained paralegals on different duties and enhance their MOS skills to do the job on their own which resulted them to immediately adapt to last minute changes

o he instilled the desire to put forth the maximum effort in missions and duties; motivated his subordinates to take more than the legal missions and succeed

o his technical skills are vital to the government's position in pointing out numerous flaws in courts-martial proceedings and administrative separation board proceedings


Paralegal NCO

o took charge of the evacuation and patriation of a threatened local national, interface with local liaison reduced wait to 24 hours

o served as Kandahar Legal Office NCOIC, supervised and trained 5 junior soldiers in the execution of their responsibilities

o adjusted customer service hours to meet needs of rotating shifts; increased access to services by 50%

o supported over 450 Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Airmen, DOD civilians, and contractors on a daily basis

o trained the Staff Judge Advocate section on the Naturalization requirements and process

o submitted 45 citizenship packages, expedited applications, resulted in 12 Soldiers receiving citizenship while deployed

o processed over 100 legal claims and followed through to resolution reducing monetary hardship on families

o processed over 50 Wills, Powers of Attorney, and notarizations supporting the mobilization of the sustainment brigade

o trained 23d QuarterMaster Brigade civilian employees on Article 15, Chapter administration, recognized with a Certificate for Excellence

o briefed over 3000 incoming service members on local conditions and Rules of Engagement


JAG Section NCOIC

o expedited citizenship application process for Task Force members resulting in 6 Soldiers within the Task Force receiving US citizenship while on deployment


Military Justice NCOIC

o selected over 25 of her peers to act as the 1st TSC Military Justice NCOIC and OSJA NCOIC for two months during the NCOIC's absence


Paralegal Specialist

o successful Completion Of Judge Advocate Generals Advance Course 1

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