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Military Law and Operations (Print + ProView online)
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Military Law and Operations is the first looseleaf publication to examine military law and operations and the legal issues of the soldier from a Canadian perspective. This resource fills the need for a single source where you can readily access information on defence, armed forces and military law, as well as the legal dimensions of operations. Find detailed discussion on topics such as:
  • Legislative and civilian control over the armed forces
  • Courts martial
  • Domestic operations
  • UN operations
  • Rules of engagement
  • War crimes
  • The historical background to Canadian military law
Organized for easy reference, Military Law and Operations includes appendices containing key legislation and case law summaries as well as comprehensive lists of courts martial and appeal cases summarized to provide quick access to charge and sentencing information. Military Law and Operations is an indispensable resource for lawyers, military professionals and academics in Canada and the United States

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About the Author
Dr. Chris Madsen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Defence Studies at the Royal Military College of Canada and Canadian Forces College in Toronto. He earned his Ph.D. in history from the University of Victoria in 1996. He has authored and edited several books and journal articles. His fields of expertise are military and maritime law, the laws and customs of war, operational art, naval administration, fiscal and legislative control over armed forces, defence procurement and logistics and the philosophers of war and peace. Dr. Madsen is a member of the Canadian Nautical Research Society, the Canadian Historical Association, the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History and the Naval Officers' Association of Canada.