Representation & Counsel Wherever our Service Members are Stationed or Deployed
Military Justice Resources
Congress and the President frequently amend the Manual for Court Martial. The frequency and significance of these amendments make the importance of engaging an experienced military law practitioner all the more imperative as general practitioners and local criminal law attorneys often lack the background, knowledge and experience manage court-martial representation let alone other military law matters.
Contact experienced counsel for advice and representation in military justice and related military law matters.
- U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims
- Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (C.A.A.F.)
- Army Court of Criminal Appeals (A.C.C.A.)
- Navy-Marine Court of Criminal Appeals (N.M.C.C.A.)
- Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals (A.F.C.C.A.)
- Coast Guard Court of Criminal Appeals (C.G.C.C.A.)
- U.S. Army Trial Judiciary
- Navy-Marine Corps Trial Judiciary
- The Judge Advocate General's Air Force Docket
- U.S. Coast Guard Judge Advocate General Office of Military Justice
Rules of Court
Military Justice Research
Military Justice Blogs and Institutes
- CAAFlog. CAAFlog is an online forum dedicated to the topic of military law–especially military criminal law.
- Lawfire. Lawfire is a military law blog by Charles J. Dunlap Jr., the former deputy Judge Advocate General of the United States Air Force. Professor Dunlap, Jr. is a Professor of Practice at the Duke University School of Law and Executive Director of the Center on Law, Ethics and National Security.