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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.
6 October 2023: NIMJ will host an in-person conference at George Washington Law School. The topic will be transparency in military justice.
Now published Manual for Courts-Martial (2023), effectively a temporary measure. Expect a 2024 edition “no later than the end of the year.” A USMC prepared floe chart to accompanies the manual on how to navigate the ice of a reported offense through referral under the new STC system.
17 August 2023: NIMJ has filed an amicus brief in Rudisill v. McDonough, with SCOTUS.
CAAFlog is the official blog of the National Institute of Military Justice. Global Military Justice Reform is affiliated with NIMJ. Both publications retain editorial independence.
The Gazette is published monthly with tidbits of information about military justice, IHL, ICL, LOAC. Back issues here.
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