January 8, 2011
1:30 pm - 3:15 pm
Session Type: Section Programs
Session Capacity: N/A
Floor: Twenty-Fifth Floor
Although military law and justice issues are at the core of many contemporary national security debates, they tend to get short shrift in academic discourse. This panel of experts—each of whom has served as either a uniformed or civilian military lawyer—will attempt to rectify that shortcoming, covering topics including the current state of civil/military relations; the ongoing controversy over stop-loss; the continuing implications of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell; current issues in the military criminal justice system; and the more general relationship between military law and national security law today. Separate from these individual topics, the panel will focus more generally on the state of military law, and on areas for both substantive and pedagogical reform going forward.
Business Meeting at Program Conclusion.
Organization: University of California, Irvine School of Law
Organization: Yale Law School
Organization: University of California College of the Law, San Francisco
Organization: University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law
Organization: American University, Washington College of Law
- 7400 National Security Law: $0.00