There will be a tremendous contrast between the office (of general counsel) under his leadership and that of the Bush administrationObama taps Clinton vets for defense posts Jan 09, 2009
I think someone who is looking at charges is smart to lawyer up earlyU.S. Marines hire lawyers over Iraq probe Sep 21, 2006
I think this case will inevitably wind up at the Supreme CourtCourt: tribunals fail constitutional test Jan 31, 2005
The fact that he was imprisoned for a prolonged period for no valid reason remains indefensibleOnce-accused Muslim chaplain leaving Army Jan 07, 2005
The punch line is, 'Pal, you're walking in a minefield and we're not going to tell you where the mines are; proceed at your own risk.U.S. Army captain under apparent gag order Apr 21, 2004
Eugene R. Fidell (born March 31, 1945) is an American lawyer and notable expert in military law. He is currently a visiting Professor of Military Law at Yale University.
Fidell is a senior partner with Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell llp. He joined the firm in 1984. He is also asked to serve as a commentator on military law on TV. Since 2006 he has been an Adjunct Professor at Washington College of Law. He has been a visiting lecturer at Harvard Law School and Yale Law School. Fidell is currently the President of the National Institute of Military Justice.
Fidell has been a critic of the Bush Presidency's policy on captives taken in the "war on terror".