Sunday, October 21, 2007

Military justice research links

I've put the PowerPoint show for my lecture at Friday's JAA Appellate Advocacy Symposium up on CAAFlog.com. Here's a link, minus the Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer picture.

Also, as a follow-up to that presentation, I'm collecting military justice links. I've created a new link list on the right side of this page called, "Military justice research links." I've included an MSWord version of the UCMJ with the amendments that took effect on 1 October 2007. This is something I created for the statutory supplement to the military justice casebook that Gene Fidell, Beth Hillman, and I recently completed. If anyone discovers any typos or other errors, please let me know.

I've also included links to the 2005 edition of the MCM (gosh I hope a new version comes out soon) and each service's reg supplementing the MCM. One recurring source of frustration to me is the unavailability of Air Force regs on the web. So I've put AFI 51-201--the Air Force's equivalent of the JAGMAN or AR 27-10--up on CAAFlog.com and linked to it in the military justice research links on the right side of this page.

I'll continue to build that link list to provide one-stop-shopping for the most commonly used military justice publications.

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. No Man, is there a better, more user friendly way to do it?

2 comments:

CAAFlog said...

Phil "My Liege" Cave gave me a link to his web site's research page, from which in turn I was able to find an official link to AFI 51-201. I've swapped that out for the CAAFlog.com link on the Military justice research links list. Here's the web address: http://www.e-publishing.af.mil/shared/media/epubs/AFI51-201.pdf

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