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Military Law Research

This guide provides an overview of research strategies and resources for military law courses at UNC School of Law, including military justice, the law of armed conflict, and national security law.

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What Is in This Guide?

Military Law Research

What is included in this research guide?

Military Law chiefly refers to the laws that govern members of the armed forces. It also includes other practice areas that necessarily involve the armed forces, including the law of armed conflict and national security law.

This guide provides an overview of the major components of military law research and highlights resources and research strategies that can be used when researching military law topics. This research guide is organized into the following sections, each with various subsections:

Military Justice Law

Law of Armed Conflict

National Security Law