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Todd C. Huntley


Director, International and Operational Law Division, Office of the Judge Advocate General, Adjunct Professor of Law

B.A., University of Cincinnati; M.A., Tufts; J.D., University of Cincinnati; LL.M., Harvard

 Professor Huntley is an active duty Navy Judge Advocate General and currently assigned as Head, National Security Law Department, International and Operational Law Division, Office...

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 Professor Huntley is an active duty Navy Judge Advocate General and currently assigned as Head, National Security Law Department, International and Operational Law Division, Office of the Navy Judge Advocate General. He has extensive experience in a wide range of legal issues related to counter-terrorist operations from his current and past assignments as the chief counsel for the commander, Special Operations Command Central; legal advisor to a Joint Special Operations Task Force in Afghanistan; and legal advisor at U.S. Special Operations Command.  As a country program manager at the Defense Institute of International Legal Studies he developed and presented programs on counter-terrorism law, the law of armed conflict, military justice, and related topics for audiences worldwide.  Professor Huntley has also served as a Navy prosecutor where he prosecuted homicide, sexual assault, child pornography, and other cases involving Navy personnel in Europe and the Pacific and at the Navy Office of the Judge Advocate General where he managed the Navy's courtroom security program.

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