NIMJ

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NIMJNational Institute of Military Justice
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So, I refer you to Beth Hillman's organizational connection and the wonderful people at NIMJ who work very hard at keeping civilians attached to military justice.
One more thing about the National Institute of Military Justice (NIMJ): Diane is also on the board, and we are running a program in November for civilian teachers of military law.
(26) The National Institute of Military Justice (NIMJ) is a private non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C.
(45.) NIMJ SOURCEBOOK, supra note 42, at 9-27; U.S.
(46.) See NIMJ SOURCEBOOK, supra note 42, at 29-71 (reproducing most of the comments received by the DOD).
(8.) The NIMJ is a private non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C.
(12.) Judge Cox sent the completed report to the NIMJ on 25 May 2001.
Fidell; President of the NIMJ (May 25, 2001) (on file with author).
See NIMJ, supra note 36, at 17 (commenting that the lack of a military judge to preside over the proceedings is a significant departure from the UCMJ).
(158) See NIMJ, supra note 36, at 37 (citing United States v.
See NIMJ, supra note 61, at 17 (commenting that the lack of a military judge to preside over the proceedings is a significant departure from the UCMJ).
(134) See NIMJ Statement on Civilian Attorney Participation as Defense Counsel in Military Commissions, July 13, 2003, available at [http://www.nimj.com/documents/ NIMJ_Civ_Atty_Participation_Statement(1).pdf] (last visited July 24, 2006).