TITLE

THE FIFTEENTH HUGH J. CLAUSEN LECTURE IN LEADERSHIP*: LEADERSHIP IN HIGH PROFILE CASES

AUTHOR(S)
TAYLOR, THOMAS W.
PUB. DATE
June 2010
SOURCE
Military Law Review;Summer2010, Vol. 204, p343
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents a lecture on leadership in high-profile cases. High-profile cases are those special cases that dominate newspaper, television and radio coverage. One example is the alleged Christmas Day bomber in December 2009, which contained some elements similar to the tragic shootings at Fort Hood, a military post outside of Killeen, Texas. Several types of cases with the potential to achieve a high-profile status include suicides and friendly fire incidents, crimes that involve the abuse of a special relationship and crimes that involve racist, extremist and similar motives.
ACCESSION #
54587492

 

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