Military Deference Doctrine

Chester J. Antieau, Courts-Martial and the Constitution, 33 Marq. L. Rev. 25 (1949)

Bartley, Military Law in the 1970’s: The Effects of Schlesinger v. Councilman, 17 A.F. L. Rev. 65 (1975)

Donald S. Burris and Jones, Civilian Courts and Courts- Martial – The Civilian Attorney’s Perspective, 10 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 139 (1971)

Norman G. Cooper, O’Callahan Revisited: Severing the Service Connection, 76 Mil. L. Rev. 165 (1977)

Kirstin Dodge, Countenancing Corruption: A Civic Republican Case Against Judicial Deference to the Military, 5 Yale J.L. & Feminism 1 (1992)

Robinson O. Everett, Military Justice in the Wake of Parker v. Levy, 67 Mil. L. Rev. 1 (1975)

_______________________, O’Callahan v. Parker, Milestone or Millstone in Military Justice, 1969 Duke L. J. 853

Eugene R. Fidell, Symposium: The Honorable John Paul Stevens: Security: Justice John Paul Stephens and Judicial Deference in Military Matters, 43 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 999 (2010)

William F. Fratcher, Review by the Civil Courts of Judgments of Federal Military Tribunals, 10 Ohio State L. J. 271 (1949)

Jack Goldsmith & Cass R. Sunstein, Military Tribunals and Legal Culsture: What a Difference Sixty Years Makes, 19 Const. Comment. 261 (2002)

Gabrial W. Gorenstein, Note, Judicial Review of Constitutional Claims Against the Military, 84 Colum. L. Rev. 387 (1984)

Keith M. Harrison, Be All You Can Be (Without the Protection of the Constitution), 8 Harv. BlackLetter J. 221 (1991)

Stanley Levin, The Doctrine of Military Necessity in the Federal Courts, 89 Mil. L. Rev. 3 (1980)*

Stephani A. Levin, The Deference that is Due: Re-thinking the Jurisprudence of Judicial Deference to the Military, 35 Vill. L. Rev. 1009 (1990)

Steven Lichtman, The Justices and the Generals: A Critical Examination of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Tradition of Deference to the Military, 1918-2004 (2006)

Earl F. Martin, Separating United States Service Members from the Bill of Rights, 54 Syracuse L. Rev. 599 (2004)

Diane H. Mazur, Rehnquist’s Vietnam: Constitutional Separatism and the Stealth Advance of Martial Law, 77 Ind. L.J. 701 (2002)

Christopher H. Mills, O’Callahan Overseas: A Reconsideration of Military Jurisdiction Over Servicemen’s Non-Service Related Crimes Committed Abroad, 41 Fordham L. Rev. 325 (1972)

Note, Judicial Review and Soldiers’ Rights: Is the Principle of Deference a Standard of Review?, 17 Hofstra L. Rev. 465 (1989)

John O’Connor, The Origins and Application of the Military Deference Doctrine, 35 Ga. L. Rev. 161 (2000)*

_______________________, Statistics and the Military Deference Doctrine: A Response to Professor Lichtman, 66 Md. L. Rev. 668 (2007)*

John N. Ohlweiler, The Principle of Deference: Facial Constitutional Challenges to Military Regulations, 10 J.L. & Pol. 147 (1993)

Robert M. O’Neil, The Tenth Charles L. Decker Lecture in Administrative and Civil Law: Civil Liberty and Military Necessity–Some Preliminary Thoughts on Goldman v. Weinberger, 113 Mil. L. Rev. 31 (1986)

Earl M. Maltz, Majority, Concurrence, and Dissent: Prigg v. Pennsylvania and the Structure of Supreme Court Decision Making, 31 Rutgers L.J. 345 (2000)

Earl F. Martin, America’s Anti0Standing Army Tradition and the Separate Community Doctrine, 76 Miss. L.J. 135 (2006)

Grant S. Nelson & James E. Westbrook, Court-Martial Jurisdiction Over Servicemen for “Civilian” Offenses: An Analysis of O’Callahan v. Parker, 53 Minn. L. Rev. 1 (1969)

Palsey, The Federal Courts Look at the Courts-Martial, 12 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 7 (1950)

Peck, The Justices and the Generals: The Supreme Court and Judicial Review of Military Activities, 70 Mil. L. Rev. 1 (1975)

Eugene Rostow, The Japanese American Cases–A Disaster, 54 Yale L.J. 489 (1945)

Karen A. Ruzic, Comment, Military Justice and the Supreme Court’s Outdated Standard of Deference: Weiss v. United States, 70 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 265 (1994)

Kim Lane Scheppele, Law in a Time of Emergency: States of Exception and the Temptations of 9/11, 6 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1001 (2004)

Edward Sherman, Legal Inadequacies and Doctrinal Restraints in Controlling the Military, 49 Ind. L.J. 539 (1974)

_______________________, Judicial Review of Military Determinations and the Exhaustion of Remedies Requirement, 55 Va. L. Rev. 483 (1969)

Robert N. Strassfeld, The Vietnam War on Trial: The Court-Martial of Dr. Howard B. Levy, 1994 Wis. L. Rev. 839

Dwight H. Sullivan, The Congressional Response to Goldman v. Weinberger, 121 Mil. L. Rev. 125 (1988)

Jonathan Turley, The Military Pocket Republic, 97 Nw. U. L. Rev. 1 (2002)*

_______________________, Through a Looking Glass Darkly: National Security and Statutory Interpretation, 53 SMU L. Rev. 205 (2000)

_______________________, Pax Militaris: The Feres Doctrine and the Retention of Sovereign Immunity in the Military System of Governance, 71 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1 (2003)

_______________________, Tribunals and Tribulations: The Antithetical Elements of Military Governance in a Madisonian Democracy, 70 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. (2002)

Donald T. Weckstein, Federal Court Review of Courts-Martial Proceedings: A Delicate Balance of Individual Rights and Military Responsibilities, 54 Mil. L. Rev. 1 (1971)

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