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Browsing Law Faculty Scholarship by Author "Rosen, Richard D."

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  • Rosen, Richard D. (Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy, 2007)
    This article deals with one aspect of the U.S. War on Terror: the treatment of enemy combatants captured during the conflict and the implications of such treatment for the professional ethic of the United States military. ...
  • Rosen, Richard D. (2014)
    Religious diversity and the free exercise of religion in the military become more complicated as the number of religions represented continues to grow. The author gives a review of Kim Philip Hansen’s book Military Chaplains ...
  • Rosen, Richard D. (1985)
    Civilian court collateral review of courts-martials in the military justice system prior to World War II was restricted primarily to questions of jurisdiction, but in recent years have expanded to permitting review of a ...
  • Rosen, Richard D. (Wolters Kluwer, 2011)
    In Constitutional Law: Cases, Materials, and Problems Professor Richard Rosen and co-authors provide cases and notes in a casebook format for Constitutional law students. Issues include judicial review, national legislative ...
  • Rosen, Richard D. (William Mitchell Law Review, 2011)
    The United States's use of drones to target leaders of Taliban, al Qaeda, and allied groups has generated considerable debate over the lawfulness of such targeted killings under international law. Assuming that using ...
  • Rosen, Richard D. (1998)
    The American military has increasingly been involved in non-traditional military operations around the world such as humanitarian assistance and disaster relief. Reasons for this growing involvement in non-combat operations ...
  • Rosen, Richard D. (2011)
    This paper focuses on the United Nations Fact-Finding Mission’s report on the Gaza Conflict that the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) purposely targeted civilians. A historical setting is given for the conflict followed by the ...
  • Rosen, Richard D. (University of Toledo Law Review, 2007)
    This article discusses whether congressional funding of military chaplains violated the principle basis of the Establishment Clause: the separation of church and state. The article explains that while Katcoff v. Marsh ...
  • Rosen, Richard D.; Sommerkamp, Kathryn (2001-06)
    The article is aptly described as a potpourri of random thoughts, consisting of twenty-four maxims for judge advocates to live by. These maxims offer guidance on how to be a truly effective judge advocate, on the appropriate ...
  • Rosen, Richard D. (Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 2009)
    Protocol I to the Geneva Conventions of 1949 and the interpretation given to it by many in the international community (e.g., UN, NGOs, media) provide perverse incentives to terrorist and insurgent groups to shield their ...