Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law
military law, justice
Law | Military, War, and Peace
As a former armor officer, my roots are literally in the trenches. In sharing my figurative view from the trenches regarding the pursuit of justice, you should know that the pursuit of justice is the very core of our professional ethic among military lawyers. I was also privileged to serve as one of the foot soldiers within the ranks of the Department of State whose diplomatic focus revolved around the pursuit of personal accountability. My "view from the trenches" is therefore centered on a candid discussion of the pragmatic aspects of developing justice systems within the conditions and confines of military operations.
Michael A. Newton,
A View from the Trenches, 35 Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law. 287
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