Reconsidering summary discipline law

Cavanagh, Bryan and Devereux, John A. (2013) Reconsidering summary discipline law. University of Queensland Law Journal, 32 2: 295-310.

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Author Cavanagh, Bryan
Devereux, John A.
Title Reconsidering summary discipline law
Journal name University of Queensland Law Journal   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0083-4041
1839-289X
Publication date 2013-12
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status
Volume 32
Issue 2
Start page 295
End page 310
Total pages 16
Place of publication St Lucia, QLD, Australia
Publisher University of Queensland Press
Collection year 2014
Language eng
Formatted abstract
Commanders use the summary discipline system on a daily basis. The system is integral to their ability to lead the people for whom they are responsible in order to ensure their welfare and safety. It must operate quickly, be as simple as possible and it must be capable of proper, fair and correct application by persons who do not possess legal qualifications.

Military justice should be efficient, speedy and fair.

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