Thanks to Seth and Duncan, Welcome Geoffrey Corn
Special thanks to Seth and Duncan for excellent guest blogging in December. We greatly enjoyed the quality (and quantity) of your posts. Duncan’s background at the State Department and Seth’s IR background provided real depth and insights to your posts.
We are now pleased to welcome Geoffrey Corn as a guest blogger. Geoffrey is an Assistant Professor of Law at South Texas College of Law who is an expert on the laws of war. Prior to his current position he served as the Special Assistant to the US Army Judge Advocate General for Law of War Matters, and Chief of the Law of War Branch, US Army Office of the Judge Advocate General International and Operational Law Division. Previously, he was a supervisory defense counsel for the Western United States; Chief of International Law for US Army Europe; and a Professor of International and National Security Law at the US Army Judge Advocate General’s School. He has served as an expert consultant to the Military Commission Defense team, and has published numerous articles in the field of national security law. He is a graduate of Hartwick College and the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, and earned his J.D., highest honors at George Washington University and his LL.M., distinguished graduate, at the Judge Advocate General’s School.
Welcome Geoffrey and blog away!