As countless mad scientists have exclaimed in countless horror flicks: “It’s alive!” (That reminds me; I must buy tickets to the Young Frankenstein musical on Broadway.)
Yes, I learned today that the Air Force Law Review is still alive (thanks, Fitz!). In fact, I actually held a hard copy of volume 59, the 2007 edition, in my own two hands. Here’s what’s in it:
Religion in the Military: Navigating the Channel Between the Religion Clauses
The Interception of Civil Aircraft Over the High Seas in the Global War on Terror
Official Time as a Form of Union Security in Federal Sector Labor-Management Relations [I haven’t the foggiest idea what that means]
More Effective Federal Procurement Response to Disasters: Maximizing the Extraordinary Flexibilities of IDIQ Contracting
Reemployment Rights for the Guard and Reserve: Will Civilian Employers Pay the Price for National Defense?
And while the Air Force JAG School’s link to Air Force Law Review issues is inoperative, through a massive effort of trial and error while drafting a snarky e-mail, I stumbled across a web page with links to volumes 38-59 of the Air Force Law Review. Enjoy!
(Now if only the Air Force JAG School would link that page ot its Air Force Law Review page . . . .)