Welcome to another Military Support Series post and Military Monday!! I love being able to share some of these great resources with you all. Hopefully these are things you might not normally have heard of and this is helping someone out there. Please make sure to click the “military resources” tab up top and spread the word. If you’re stopping by for the first time please let me know so I can return the favor; and as always my mailbox is always, always open if you have any questions.
What is Military Spouse J.D. Network?
The Military Spouse JD Network (MSJDN) was formed in Summer 2011 by two military spouses frustrated with the challenges of maintaining a legal career that seemed incompatible with the military lifestyle. They formed MSJDN to advocate for licensing accommodations for military spouses, including bar membership without additional examination, as well as network with other military spouses with JDs. Since 2011, the membership of MSJDN has swelled to over 750 members and supporters. In February 2012, with the support of the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession, the ABA House of Delegates adopted a resolution supporting changes in state licensing rules for military spouses with law degrees. MSJDN supports such a rule change in each jurisdiction.