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An Overview Of The Capital Jury Project For Military Practitioners: Jury Dynamics, Juror Confusion, And Juror Responsibility, Eric R. Carpenter 2011 Chair and Professor, Criminal Law Department, The Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School, U.S. Army, Charlottesville, Virginia

An Overview Of The Capital Jury Project For Military Practitioners: Jury Dynamics, Juror Confusion, And Juror Responsibility, Eric R. Carpenter

Faculty Publications

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Outside The Wire: American Exceptionalism And Counterinsurgency, David Fidler 2011 Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Outside The Wire: American Exceptionalism And Counterinsurgency, David Fidler

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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Reemployment Under Userra Sections 4312 & 4313: At Will Employment Vs. Temporary Employment, Richard L. Pate 2011 Sacred Heart University

Reemployment Under Userra Sections 4312 & 4313: At Will Employment Vs. Temporary Employment, Richard L. Pate

WCOB Faculty Publications

As thousands of service members return to the U.S., severe economic conditions render acclimation to civilian life especially difficult. In 2010, as the combat mission in Iraq approached an end, the unemployment rate of Iraq and Afghanistan era veterans had reached 13.1 percent. The Uniform Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, 38 U.S.C. §§ 4301-4333 (1994) ("USERRA"), was enacted, in great part, to mitigate harms such as those caused by the aforementioned perfect storm. Among other things, USERRA protects service members by entitling them to reemployment after military service. More specifically, USERRA Sections 4312 & 4313 entitle returning ...


Gay Vet’S Separation Pay Claim Alive, Arthur S. Leonard 2011 New York Law School

Gay Vet’S Separation Pay Claim Alive, Arthur S. Leonard

Other Publications

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The Gender Jurisprudence Of The Special Court For Sierra Leone: Progress In The Revolutionary United Front Judgments, Valerie Oosterveld 2011 Western University

The Gender Jurisprudence Of The Special Court For Sierra Leone: Progress In The Revolutionary United Front Judgments, Valerie Oosterveld

Law Publications

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Veterans Benefits In 2010: A New Dialogue Between The Supreme Court And The Federal Circuit, Paul R. Gugliuzza 2011 University of Florida Levin College of Law

Veterans Benefits In 2010: A New Dialogue Between The Supreme Court And The Federal Circuit, Paul R. Gugliuzza

American University Law Review

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder In The Military: The Need For Legislative Improvement Of Mental Health Care For Veterans Of Operation Iraqi Freedom And Operation Enduring Freedom, Madeline McGrane 2011 Cleveland State University

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder In The Military: The Need For Legislative Improvement Of Mental Health Care For Veterans Of Operation Iraqi Freedom And Operation Enduring Freedom, Madeline Mcgrane

Journal of Law and Health

This Note argues that legislation requiring improved mental health treatment for veterans of OIF (Operation Iraqi Freedom) and OEF (Operation Enduring Freedom) is necessary to protect American service members from the dangers of mental illness. In order to prevent crimes and suicides committed by veterans of OIF and OEF as a result of undiagnosed PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), the United States Congress should enact legislation imposing requirements on all branches of the military that: 1) mandates screening of all veterans at risk for PTSD upon their return from deployment; 2) ensures veterans are provided with adequate and timely mental healthcare ...


Book Review, Cindy Gierhart 2011 American University Washington College of Law

Book Review, Cindy Gierhart

Human Rights Brief

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Museums In The Crosshairs: Unintended Consequences Of The War On Terror, Jennifer Anglim Kreder, Kimberly Degraaf 2011 Northern Kentucky University

Museums In The Crosshairs: Unintended Consequences Of The War On Terror, Jennifer Anglim Kreder, Kimberly Degraaf

Washington University Global Studies Law Review

Congress has passed ineffectual, “sound bite” anti-terrorism legislation that has foisted conflicting jurisdictional mandates upon the federal courts, sucked terrorist victims into a vacuous, exhausting drama with no chance for justice, and interfered with the President‟s ability to conduct diplomatic relations in the Middle East. One group of victims is mired in multiple jurisdictions trying to enforce a default judgment, exorbitant by international standards, against the Islamic Republic of Iran by forcing auctions of antiquities collections housed at Harvard University, the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago, the Field Museum of Natural History (Chicago), and the Museum of ...


Carl Schmitt And The Critique Of Lawfare, David Luban 2011 Georgetown University Law Center

Carl Schmitt And The Critique Of Lawfare, David Luban

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

“Lawfare” is the use of law as a weapon of war against a military adversary. Lawfare critics complain that self-proclaimed “humanitarians” are really engaged in the partisan and political abuse of law—lawfare. This paper turns the mirror on lawfare critics themselves, and argues that the critique of lawfare is no less abusive and political than the alleged lawfare it attacks. Radical lawfare critics view humanitarian law with suspicion, as nothing more than an instrument used by weak adversaries against strong military powers. Casting suspicion on humanitarian law by attacking the motives of humanitarian lawyers, they undermine disinterested argument, and ...


Repair Versus Rejuvenation: The Condition Of Vaginas As A Proxy For The Societal Status Of Women, Patricia A. Broussard 2011 Florida A&M University College of Law

Repair Versus Rejuvenation: The Condition Of Vaginas As A Proxy For The Societal Status Of Women, Patricia A. Broussard

Journal Publications

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Equal Access Struggle: Counter-Military Recruitment On High School Campuses, 44 J. Marshall L. Rev. 459 (2011), Phillip Ruben Nava 2011 John Marshall Law School

Equal Access Struggle: Counter-Military Recruitment On High School Campuses, 44 J. Marshall L. Rev. 459 (2011), Phillip Ruben Nava

The John Marshall Law Review

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Lawfare Today…And Tomorrow, Charles J. Dunlap Jr. 2011 Duke Law School

Lawfare Today…And Tomorrow, Charles J. Dunlap Jr.

Faculty Scholarship

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The Origins Of The American Military Coup Of 2012, Charles J. Dunlap Jr. 2011 Duke Law School

The Origins Of The American Military Coup Of 2012, Charles J. Dunlap Jr.

Faculty Scholarship

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Responses To The Ten Questions, Charles J. Dunlap Jr. 2011 Duke Law School

Responses To The Ten Questions, Charles J. Dunlap Jr.

Faculty Scholarship

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The Mottled Legacy Of 9/11: A Few Reflections On The Evolution Of The International Law Of Armed Conflict, Charles J. Dunlap Jr. 2011 Duke Law School

The Mottled Legacy Of 9/11: A Few Reflections On The Evolution Of The International Law Of Armed Conflict, Charles J. Dunlap Jr.

Faculty Scholarship

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Fur Trade 01: Beaver: Mainstay Of The Trade, Rachel B. Juen, Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project 2011 Western Michigan University

Fur Trade 01: Beaver: Mainstay Of The Trade, Rachel B. Juen, Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project

Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project

Panel 1. Hunting, Hides, and Hats, Environmental Effects, and Why Beaver?


Fur Trade 02: Birchbark Canoes, Rachel B. Juen, Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project 2011 Western Michigan University

Fur Trade 02: Birchbark Canoes, Rachel B. Juen, Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project

Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project

Panel 2. A Joint Effort, Canoes Got Bigger, Why Birchbark?, and a Valuable and Renewable Resource.


Fur Trade 06: How The Fur Trade Worked, Rachel B. Juen, Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project 2011 Western Michigan University

Fur Trade 06: How The Fur Trade Worked, Rachel B. Juen, Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project

Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project

Panel 6. Government Regulation, From Montreal to the West, and Movement of Goods and Furs.


Fur Trade 07: Native Peoples And The Fur Trade, Rachel B. Juen, Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project 2011 Western Michigan University

Fur Trade 07: Native Peoples And The Fur Trade, Rachel B. Juen, Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project

Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project

Panel 7. Shifting Political Alliances and Power, Transformations of Culture, and Religion and Worldview.


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