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Eugene Fidell is the Florence Rogatz visiting lecturer in law at Yale Law School. Since 1991 he has been president of the National Institute of Military Justice. A graduate of Queens College and Harvard Law School, Mr. Fidell served as a judge advocate in the Coast Guard from 1969 to 1972. In private practice he has represented each branch of the armed services, written extensively on military law and taught the subject at Yale and Harvard law schools. He is an Adjunct Professor of Law at The American University, and a multiply-published author of articles on the topic for the Naval Institute's Proceedings.
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