Saturday, November 15, 2008

November issue of Army Lawyer online

The November issue of the Army Lawyer is online here. It's a military justice oriented issue, including a primer on petitions for extraordinary relief and Article 62 appeals here and an article on searches and seizures of government computers and e-mail accounts here, and an article on sexual abuse reporting and prevention available here. Captain Patrick B. Grant, Extraordinary Relief: A Primer for Trial Practitioners, Army Law., Nov. 2008, at 30; Major Lawrence A. Edell, A Reasonable Expectation of Privacy: Is a Government E-mail Account the Equivalent of a Wall Locker in a Barracks Room?, Army Law, Nov. 2008, at 1; Major Katherine A. Frul, The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program--in Need of More Prevention, Army Law, Nov. 2008, at 41. (The last of these articles begins with the kind of "notional scenario" for which the Kabul Klippper loves to mock the Army Lawyer.)

The issue also has an article on Care inquiries that will be the subject of a separate post.

1 comment:

Dew_Process said...

For those following the Denedo thread, CPT Pat Grant's article is particularly illuminating.