Mark Patrick Nevitt
Drawing on his experience as a tactical jet aviator and attorney in the U.S. Navy, Mark Patrick Nevitt's writing examines civilian control of military institutions generally, with a focus on the intersection of environmental, administrative, and national security law.
- Environmental Law
- Administrative Law
- International Law
- Presidential Power
- Law of War
- Separation of Powers
- Criminal Law
- Property Law
- Constitutional Law
Articles and Book Chapters
More publications can be found here.
- National Security Law, Environmental Law, International Law, Criminal Law, International Humanitarian Law, Administrative Law, Executive Power, Property, Professional Responsibility
Deputy Director, Office of the Judge Advocate General (Administrative Law), Pentagon, Washington, D.C.
Department of Defense Regional Environmental Counsel, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic, Norfolk, VA
Division Director, Executive Assistant, Office of the Judge Advocate General, Washington Navy Yard, Washington, D.C.
Ethics and International Law Attorney, Commander Naval Forces Europe/Sixth Fleet, Naples, Italy
Criminal Defense Attorney, Legal Assistance Attorney, Officer-in-Charge, Naval Air Station Lemoore, CA
Defense Council Fellow, Truman National Security Project (01/01/2014)
- Military, Law and Society