Paralegal Wins JAG Award

This is a busy time for paralegals at Maxwell/Gunter Air Force Base. I recently posted on a training program there that trains JAG attorneys and paralegals as a team. The Maxwell/Gunter Dispatch now reports:

A Maxwell Air Force Base JAG school team member has been recognized with an Air Force-wide award.

Ronald Frazier, the chief of paralegal training and curriculum of The Judge Advocate General’s School, earned the Harold R. Vague Award as outstanding legal service civilian as part of the 2009 Judge Advocate General Award.

These two announcements may be related as Mr. Frazier appears to have some significant involvement in paralegal training programs at the base:

“Mr. Frazier was selected based on his demonstrated excellence, initiative and devotion to duty with special emphasis given to his development and improvement of paralegal training programs and procedures,” said Col. Tonya Hagmaier, commandant of The Judge Advocate General’s School.

Congratulations to Mr. Frazier!

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