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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
Jan. 10, 2022. GMJR Town Hall 23: the military justice provisions of the FY22 NDAANow that President Joe Biden has signed the FY22 NDAA into law, it's time to take stock of what has happened . . . and try to get a sense of what happens next -- near-term, mid-term, long-term. Please join us for a discussion at Town Hall 23, at 0900 EST, Monday, January 10, 2022.
Meeting ID: 876 9812 4177, Passcode: 536655
January 18, 2022 (1200-1330 MS), a discussion of the new book Overcoming the Retributive Nature of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, with the authors, including Fellow Amos Guiora. The virtual event is free and may get you some CLE credit.
April 8, 2022, Symposium (tentatively called), War Crimes and Battlefield Accountability. Co-hosted with the The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School (TJAGLCS), and to held at in Charlottesville, VA.
A Scene from The Baghuz Strike: Legal And Ethical Issues on December 15, 2021.
Scenes from Thirty Years of Military Justice on October 28, 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.
Each Friday, CAAFlog publishes a Week in Review; we summarize all appellate cases announced during the week, draw attention to potential or ongoing courts-martial that may result in an appeal, and bring attention to "publications" that are worth the read for military law practitioners.
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