I became a judge advocate 22 years ago. In that time, I don’t think any court-martial issue has sparked as much commentary in civilian law reviews as the expansion of court-martial jurisdiction to cover civilians accompanying the military in the field in contingency areas. Here are two more articles on the subject:
Major Christopher S. Morgan & Major Shawn D. McKelvy, Essay: The “Ethical” Case for Trying Civilian Contractors Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, 50 So. Tex. L. Rev. 859 (2009).
Steven P. Cullen, Out of Reach: Improving the System to Deter and Address Criminal Acts Committed by Contractor Employees Accompanying Armed Forces Overseas, 38 Pub. Cont. L.J. 509 (2009).