SYMPOSIUM: LEGAL ETHICS IN MILITARY JUSTICE — CALL FOR PAPERS

The Monroe H. Freedman Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics at Hofstra University is sponsoring a Symposium issue of the Hofstra Law Review relating to legal ethics in military justice, with an intended publication date of Summer 2020. The Symposium will be dedicated to exploring the unique professional responsibility issues faced by attorneys and judges working in the military criminal law system.

While the majority of the articles in the Symposium will be by invitation, one or two articles will be selected through an open submission process. If you are interested in having a piece published, please submit a draft of 8,000 words or less, in law review format, to the following email address by December 31, 2019: Brenner.M.Fissell@Hofstra.edu . All other inquiries may be directed to the same email address.

Acceptable topics include:

· Competence

· Conflicts of Interest

· Command Influence

· Attorney-Client Confidentiality

· Judicial Ethics

Co-Conveners:

Eric Freedman
Siggi B. Wilzig Distinguished Professor of Constitutional Rights
Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University

Ellen Yaroshefsky
Howard Lichtenstein Distinguished Professor of Legal Ethics and Executive Director of the Monroe H. Freedman Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics
Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University

Brenner Fissell
Associate Professor of Law
Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University

One Response to “Scholarship Saturday: Hofstra Law calls for papers on ethics in military justice”

  1. Kafka, Esq. says:

    This is from The Onion, right?  Based on the developments of the past year or so, it’s increasingly clear that military justice ethics are to ethics as military justice blogs are to blogs as military music is to music.