William A. Woodruff

Professor Woodruff is a retired Army lawyer and retired law professor. He served 22 years on active duty in the Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps and taught law for over 25 years at Campbell University School of Law in Raleigh, North Carolina.

If Junior Officers Had Botched Afghanistan, They’d All Be Fired Right Now

A private will suffer greater consequences for losing a rifle than a general will for losing a war.

Why Does Kirsten Gillibrand Want To Give Soldiers Worse Options For Prosecuting Sexual Assault?

If senior military commanders are truly incapable of performing their duties to uphold discipline and justice, maybe they shouldn’t be senior military commanders.

Democrats’ Russia Witch Hunt Was Worse For Our Republic Than Trump’s Election Lawsuits, By Far

To appreciate the value of our judiciary and its role in preserving democracy, one need only compare the 2016 election to the 2020 election.

No, Confirming Judge Barrett Won’t Cause Millions To Lose Health Care

Contrary to fearmongering, Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation most certainly would not deny millions of Americans access to health care, as Democrats claim.