Military Justice

AFRICOM LEGAL ENGAGEMENTS CHIEF VISITS DIILS MILITARY LAW DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Photo caption:​AFRICOM Legal Engagements Chief meets with MLDP participants from African countries. NEWPORT - U.S. Coast Guard Commander Michelle Bas, a Judge Advocate who leads the Engagements Division of the Office of Legal Counsel at United States Africa Command, observed participant...

DIILS BUILDS MILITARY JUSTICE CAPACITY IN COTE D'IVOIRE

DIILS conducted a 5 day IMET engagement to promote the development of military justice capacity and enhance rule of law in Cote d'Ivoire. The participants included civilian and military Ministry of Defensepersonnel, magistrates, NGOs and Human Rights Groups. The multi-service DIILS team,...

DIILS ENGAGES WITH GUATEMALAN ARMY AND MINISTRY OF NATIONAL DEFENSE

DIILS teamed with the Staff Judge Advocate offices of U.S. Air Forces Southern and U.S. Army South to conduct an engagement in Guatemala City, Guatemala on the subject of Military Legal Capacity Building. The engagement involved 40 members of the Guatemalan Army and Ministry of National...

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DIILS ENGAGES WITH NIGERIAN LEGAL ADVISORS

DIILS hosted a senior delegation of Nigerian Legal Advisors to discuss professional military education and development of the military legal advisor corps. The delegation visited Washington, DC, Charlottesville, VA, and Newport, RI. They are pictured here with LTG Pede, The Judge Advocate...

DIILS GRADUATES 28 INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPANTS FROM 14TH INTERNATIONAL LAW OF MILITARY OPERATIONS COURSE

On 23 June, 28 participants from 22 countries graduated from the 14th International Law of Military Operations course (ILOMO) offered by DIILS. This 3-week course prepares military legal advisors to better support unit commanders on the legal aspects of operations and enables them to play a...

DIILS OFFERS NEW MILITARY JUSTICE COURSE

NEWPORT -- On 19 November, 14 international participants graduated from the inaugural offering of a resident course devoted to strengthening human rights and military discipline through improvement of military justice systems. Based on a detailed comparison of the U.S. and other military...

DIILS PARTICIPANTS INVESTIGATE AND PROSECUTE SEXUAL MISCONDUCT IN MILITARY JUSTICE COURSE

An investigation specialist from the UN Office of Internal Oversight Service visited Newport to discuss how peacekeeping troop contributing countries can effectively gather evidence in cases of sexual misconduct in remote mission areas. Later, the 24 participants from 21 countries attending...

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DIILS PARTICIPANTS VISIT MASSACHUSETTS STATE HOUSE AS PART OF THE MILITARY JUSTICE COURSE

11 participants from 10 countries attending the DIILS Military Justice course were hosted for a tour of the Massachusetts State House by Commonwealth Representative Harold Naughton as part of their Field Studies Program visit to Boston. Earlier, Representative Naughton, who is also a U.S. Army...

DIILS PARTNERS WITH CAMEROON

DIILS team discusses military justice institution-building with MOD representatives in Cameroon, February 2017.

DIILS-MALI COOPERATION BUILDS MILITARY JUSTICE CAPACITY

The Defense Institute of International Legal Studies (DIILS) is pleased to support a partnership with the Military Justice Directorate of Mali and the US Embassy in Bamako. The new U.S. legal advisor to the Military Justice Directorate will coordinate the United States’ support of the Malian...

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Military justice experts gather in Kyiv to launch dialogue on reform

Kyiv, Ukraine (8 September, 2016) Today the PfPC in conjunction with the Geneva Center for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) completed the first iteration of an academic exchange program focused on the establishment and enhancement of effective military justice systems....

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15 Apr 2019 - 08:00 to -
Session : Military Law Development Program (MLDP II) 2019

Military Law Development Program (MLDP II) (MASL P176029) MLDP combines several DIILS programs to provide military legal advisors with a comprehensive military law curriculum which includes military justice and operational law. The operational law component covers international law, human...

03 May 2019 - 08:00 to -
Session : Military Justice (MASL P176003) Spring 2019

Military Justice (MASL P176003) The three-week Military Justice course provides a comprehensive overview of the U.S. military justice system and comparative analysis of other military justice systems. Topics include comparative law, procedural due process, evidentiary practice, trial...

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