Vol. 22 Nbr. 1, January 2011
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- Lawyers at war.
- Electronic surveillance in an era of modern technology and evolving threats to national security.
- Indefinite detention under the laws of war.
- Human shields in modern armed conflicts: the need for a proportionate proportionality.
- Effect of the national security paradigm on criminal law.
- PTSD in returning wounded warriors: ensuring medically appropriate evaluation and legal representation through legislative reform.
- The new wages of war - devaluing death and injury: conceptualizing duty and employment in combat zones.
- Thinking the unthinkable: has the time come to offer combatant immunity to non-state actors?
- 'To care for him who shall have borne the battle': the recent development of veterans treatment courts in America.
- All groundwater is local: California's new groundwater monitoring law.
- Debt to society? The Washington State Legislature's efforts to restore voting rights to persons with felony convictions.