§ 14. Mr. WATERSON
asked the Chief Secretary what precise degree of legal training is required of a Judge-Advocate at a court-martial?
§ Sir H. GREENWOOD
Judge Advocates at courts-martial in Ireland are persons approved by the Judge Advocate General as having a sufficient degree of legal training and experience. In addition, when the trial is on a capital charge under the Restoration of Order in Ireland Act, the Court must include as member a person certified by the Lord Chancellor of Ireland or the Lord Chief Justice of England to be a person of legal knowledge and experience.