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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.

Recommended Secondary Sources

Recommended Secondary Sources

In addition to the materials identified below, UNC Law students and faculty should also remember the various secondary source resources that are available in both Westlaw Edge and Lexis Advance. Each of these legal databases has content pages dedicated to military law and can serve as solid starting points for your legal research.

Military Justice Law Journals

There are multiple law journals dedicated to military justice law issues, including titles published by the Office of the Judge Advocate General. Many of these journals are available online, but the coverage is usually not complete. Full collections of each journal are available in HeinOnline. The following are recommended titles to use during your research: