LTC Grimes is discussing his Ethics in Military Justice course at The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School on 31(b)log. It’s not quite a MOOC, but he’s using the blog and Twitter to share the syllabus and open the discussion. Check it out.

One Response to “Self-study Ethics in Military Justice with TJAGLCS”

  1. LTC Grimes says:

    Many thanks for the shout-out!  Our brick-and-mortar class starts today and the Twitter discussion is up and running.  While I can’t promise to formally teach anything (and you certainly won’t be graded), I am hoping to guide a useful and interesting discussion of ethics in the military justice practice. 
    Why do it?  Understanding and examining our ethics helps sensitize us to their impact on our behavior and on the process and outcomes within the system.  In short, I think it makes us better advocates (and better officers/leaders).
    Looking forward to a great discussion!