(Vienna, VA — October 1, 2013) After a rigorous judging process, C² has learned that our Criminal Law Advocacy Course (CLAC) developed for the U.S. Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School has been awarded with the 2013 Bronze Brandon Hall Award for Best Custom Content.
C² developed the 3D immersive CLAC for the Judge Advocate General’s Law Center and School (TJAGLCS) in Charlottesville, VA. This distance learning course is a prerequisite to resident training and is targeted for U.S. Army Reserve and National Guard Soldiers. These soldiers are bar certified attorneys, but lack knowledge of the military judicial system and military rules of evidence. CLAC provides military law familiarization, process and procedural information to these soldiers by allowing them to explore virtual crime scenes, collect relevant information, coordinate with other avatars in the legal process to file pertinent evidence and motions, and practice courtroom fundamentals for making objections and arguments in court.
The Brandon Hall Awards are evaluated by a panel of independent senior industry experts, Brandon Hall Group Sr. Analysts and Executive Leadership based upon the following criteria: fit the need, design of the program, functionality, usability, innovation, and overall measurable benefits.>
This year alone, the CLAC has been awarded the 2013 Gold Ava Digital Award for Creativity/Web Interactive Capabilities, the 2013 Bronze Spring Omni Award in the Educational Category, the 2013 Communicator Award of Distinction, and the 2013 Hermes Platinum Award for Website Element/ Web Based Multi-Media Category.