#5. Meet the new senior judge. Same as the old chief judge: CAAF appointments are for 15  years, as opposed to the “good behavior” appointments judges receive in Article III courts.  So it’s no surprise, but still significant, when we have personnel changes on the court.  Chief Judge Effron’s appointment expired this year.  In the tradition of several other previous judges, he will be sitting in as a senior judge.

J.B., JG, Double Vision, et al.:

Thanks for pointing out what happens when I blog late and work late at the same time.  I’ll have to cut out some of the work.

2 Responses to “Top ten military justice stories of 2011–#5 [Revised]”

  1. John Baker says:

    I’m a top ten list junkie.

    How is #5 different than #6?

  2. DblVision says:

    I seem to have seen this some place before.

    I seem to have seen this some place before.

    Reminds me of the time I student taught in HS modern history.  I made a nice lesson plan on WW I.  Walked into class and the teach told me, you know we are on WW II now, don’t you?

    Reminds me of the time I student taught in HS modern history.  I made a nice lesson plan on WW I.  Walked into class and the teach told me, you know we are on WW II now, don’t you?