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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
Shadow Advisory Report Group of Experts (SARGE) comments on the IRC report "Hard Truths." See, Statement of SARGE on the Report of the IRC, July 7, 2021.
Hard Truths and the Duty to Change: Recommendations for the Independent Review Commission on Sexual Assault in the Military. 2 July 2021.
The National Institute of Military Justice, in cooperation with CAAFlog and Global Military Justice Reform, has released the Military Justice Reform Sourcebook for Legislators and Journalists (June 2021).
President of NIMJ, Rachel E. VanLandingham, has written Professional Criminal Prosecution Versus The Siren Song of Command: The Road to Improve Military Justice. Just Security, 21 June 2021.
Prof. Blair Thompson named Director of Veteran's Affairs. Prof. Thompson will coordinate NIMJ's efforts relating to the understanding and improvement of veteran's law.
NIMJ Files Amicus Brief in LARRABEE v. HARKER at DC Circuit regarding jurisdiction over retirees.
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