William H. Cook, Courts-Martial: The Third System in American Criminal Law, 3 Ill. U.L.J. 1 (1978)

Robert D. Duke & Howard S. Vogel, The Constitution and the Standing Army: Another Problem of Court-Martial Jurisdiction, 13 Vand. L. Rev. 435 (1960)

Kenneth J. Hodson, Courts-Martial and the Commander, 10 San Diego L. Rev. 70 (1972)

Arthur J. Keefe, Universal Military Training With or Without Reform of Courts-Martial, 33 Cornell L. Rev. 465 (1948)

Archibald King, The Army Court-Martial System, 1941 Wis. L. Rev. 311 (1941)

Robert S. Pasley, Jr., & Felix E. Larkin, The Navy Court Martial: Proposals For Its Reform, 33 Cornell L. Q. 195 (1947)

Robert E. Quinn, Some Comparisons Between Courts-Martial and Civilian Practice, 15 UCLA L. Rev. 1240 (1968)

_______________, Court-Martial Practice: A View From the Top, 22 Hastings L. J. 201 (1971)

Charles W. Schiesser & Daniel H. Benson, A Proposal to Make Courts-Martial Courts: The Removal of Commanders From Military Justice, 7 Tex. Tech. L. Rev. 559 (1976)

David A. Schlueter, The Court-Martial: An Historical Survey, 87 Mil. L. Rev. 129 (1980)

Michael I. Spak & Jonathan P. Tomes, Courts-Martial: Time To Play Taps, 28 SW. U. L. Rev. 481 (1999)

Back to Top