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The National Institute of Military Justice® (NIMJ) is a private non-profit organization, founded in 1991, and dedicated to the fair administration of justice in the armed forces and improved public understanding of military justice. NIMJ's leadership includes former judge advocates, private practitioners, and legal scholars.
News & Events
9/9/21: American Constitution Society Event--Indefinite Detention: Examining Guantanamo 20 Years After 9/11
8/26/21: Symposium on Military Justice
In honor of its 30th anniversary, the National Institute of Military Justice, co-sponsored by Georgetown University Law Center’s Center on National Security and the Law, will host an in-person symposium on military justice on October 28, 2021 at Georgetown University Law Center. The symposium will feature panel presentations of works in progress from various invited contributors, with room for a small number of additional unsolicited papers to be selected by a committee of peer reviewers. Papers selected for inclusion in the symposium will be published, along with the invited papers, in the Journal of National Security Law & Policy. Authors of selected papers are invited to present them in-person at the symposium, although travel expenses will not be provided.
Please submit papers to email@example.com by September 30, 2021 at midnight ET. Papers should address a military justice topic, should be fewer than 4,000 words in length, be of scholarly content and tone and conform to the requirements outlined here.
International Nuremberg Principles Academy (Nuremberg Academy) is pleased to announce that the registration for the Nuremberg Forum 2021 is now open. The forum will take place online on 15 and 16 October 2021.
Fissell & Cave, Can Service Members Fight Taking a Mandatory COVID Vaccine? Military.com, Aug. 12, 2021.
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NIMJ is a strategic partner with CAAFlog.org, the preeminent military justice blog in the United States. Visit CAAFlog for regular analysis of developments in military justice.
CAAFlog has posted a Week in Review (of military justice developments) for August 20, 2021.