Kathleen A. Duignan, JD, MBA Biography
||Executive Director of the National Institute of Military Justice (NIMJ)
||None Found to the question "Should the US Have Attacked Iraq?"
No position found as of June 8, 2007
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|Involvement and Affiliations:
||Executive Director, National Institute of Military Justice (NIMJ)
Commander, U.S. Coast Guard Reserve assigned to the J5-Policy and Planning for the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon
Former Chief, Operations Division, Coast Guard Command Center, Coast Guard Headquarters
Former Clerk for Chief Judge Walter T. Cox III, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces
Former Judge Advocate, U.S. Coast Guard
President, Pentagon Chapter, Federal Bar Association
Director, Judge Advocates Association
Former Systems Engineer, MITRE Corp.
Former Counsel, Greenpeace Inc.
||MBA, Johns Hopkins University, 2002
JD, Brooklyn Law School, 1991
BA, Politics & Public Affairs and French, University of Miami
||Guest lecturer for the panel “Ensuring Contractor Accountability in Complex Contingency Operations: UCMJ, MEJA, and the Way Forward,” sponsored by the International Peace Operations Association, Washington, D.C., Feb. 27, 2007