NIMJ President Gene Fidell has a new piece published in the Journal of Legal Education. The article focuses on the role of courses on military law in civilian law schools, arguing that 4 keys are needed in order to make such courses successful:

1) Student interest
2) Competent instructors
3) Textbook(s) or other readily accessible materials
4) Institutional support for the programs

As a veteran who teaches a military justice course as an adjunct professor, I found myself nodding in agreement as I read this short note (and not just because Gene Fidell is my boss). Here’s the link to the full text.

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