Readership: The primary audience would be general readers who sense the all-volunteer military is under stress, or that military service is not fairly shared, and would like to be able to discuss the relevant military and legal issues more knowledgeably. The book will also be useful as an academic adoption in courses related to law, public policy, and military affairs.
Diane H. Mazur, Professor of Law, University of Florida College of Law
Diane H. Mazur is a Professor of Law at the University of Florida and a former Air Force officer. She teaches courses in constitutional law, civil-military relations, evidence, and professional responsibility, and her research focuses on the constitutional, legal, and cultural relationship of the military to civilian society. She is an advisor to the National Institute of Military Justice, a senior editor of the Journal of National Security Law and Policy, and legal co-director of the Palm Center, a research organization studying military issues at the University of California, Santa Barbara.