The Fall 2010 issue of the Military Law Review is now online here. While I haven’t had a chance to read it yet, several of the articles appear to be fascinating.
The lead article is Samuael Brenner’s, “I Am a Bit Sickened”: Examining Archetypes of Congressional War Crimes Oversight After My Lai and Abu Ghraib, 205 Mil. L. Rev. 1 (2010). The next article is Major Christian L. Deichert’s Is Germany the New Canada? One American Deserter’s Request for German Asylum, 205 Mil. L. Rev. 94 (2010). The next article is Major James T. Hill, Achieving Transparency in the Military Panel Selection Process with the Preselection Method, 205 Mil. L. Rev. 117 (2010). And while not directly onpoint for military justice purposes, military lawyers will nevertheless be interested in the fabulous Professor Jack Goldsmith’s Solf-Warren Lecture in International and Operational Law, Reflections on Government Lawyering, 205 Mil. L. Rev. 192 (2010).