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Ethics and Professional Responsibility | International Law | Law | Military, War and Peace
This is a response to - and reflection about - Judge Alberto Gonzales's essay in the Texas Tech Law Review entitled "Waging War Within the Constitution" 42 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 843 (2010). It argues that national security law policy in an era of complex challenges is best designed when the expertise of the widest number of knowledgeable practictioners is brought to bear in a principled and fearless manner.
Charles J. Dunlap Jr., A Tale of Two Judges : A Judge Advocate’s Reflections on Judge Gonzales’s Apologia, 42 Texas Tech Law Review 893-912 (2010)