ICYMI: Top Lawfire posts for 2022 (and an update on the 2023 LENS conference)

2022 was another great year for Lawfire thanks to you, the readers!  In case you missed some of the most-read  posts, here are a couple for you:

From 2022:

Is attacking the electricity infrastructure used by civilians always a war crime? 27 Oct 2022

The Ukraine crisis and the international law of armed conflict (LOAC) : Some Qs & As, 27 Feb 2022

Dr. Dave Johnson’s warning on brute force in Ukraine: “This is what the Russians Do?, 3 May 2022

Guest Post: Dr. Frank Hoffman on “Conceptualizing Integrated Deterrence”, 8 Jan 2022

Law and the Ayman al-Zawari strike: a dozen Qs & As, 3 Aug 2022

Four Reasons Why the Student Loan “Forgiveness” Program Harms National Security. 28 Sept 2022

Guest Post: Dave Graham reviews “The Future Law of Armed Conflict” (Part I), 2 Dec 2022

A thought for Veterans Say 2022: Who will be tomorrow’s veterans? 9 Nov 2022

Posts from previous years that proved very popular in 2022:

Yes, the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden was lawful, 31 Jan 2019

Eight leadership lessons from the Navy captain’s case, 27 April 2020

Why the case against the international criminal court (ICC) is the better one, 5 Dec 2019

Can troops be ordered to take the COVID vaccine?  A guest post analyses the law, 18 Feb 2021

Are commercial satellites used for intelligence-gathering in attack planning targetable?, 5 Mar 2021

Mobilizing the military for domestic operations: some legal considerations, 2 June 2020

How high-tech logistics could be game-changing for the US military, 3 Jan 2021

Pacifism and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: a relationship more nuanced than you think? 18 Jan 2021

LENS Conference update:  The Registration portal for the 28th Annual National Security Law Conference will be opening in just a few days!  There is still time to be a supporter!

The easiest way to donate is online through Duke’s secure giving website: https://www.gifts.duke.edu/law?designation=3991358.

You can also mail a check to the Duke Law Alumni & Development Office, 210 Science Drive, Box 90389, Durham, NC 27701. Please write LENS Scholar on the memo line. If you would like to learn about additional ways you can make an impact on our students and support the LENS Center, please contact Halley House at halley.house@law.duke.edu.






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