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Jody M. Prescott

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Jody works as a federal attorney in the areas of commercial litigation and environmental law. He has been teaching at UVM since 2012, and now teaches environmental law, energy law & climate change, and cybersecurity law & policy. He returned to Vermont after serving 25 years as an Army Judge Advocate. While in the Army, he served as an appellate attorney; senior defense counsel and international claims chief in Germany; claims chief in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, with the NATO Implementation Force; deputy general counsel and then general counsel for U.S. Army Alaska; and staff attorney and legal observer/trainer at Allied Command Transformation in Norfolk, Virginia, and the Joint Warfare Centre in Stavanger, Norway. His final operational assignment was as the Chief Legal Advisor, Kabul, Afghanistan, with the NATO International Security Assistance Force, 2008-2009. He was an assistant professor at the Army Command & General Staff College, 2000-2003, and at West Point teaching constitutional law, 2009-2011. His publications include Armed Conflict, Women and Climate Change (Routledge 2018) and Ordinary Soldiers: A Case Study in Ethics, Law & Leadership (U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum 2014).

New book by Jody Prescott on ‘Armed Conflict, Women and Climate Change’

* COL (Ret.) Jody Prescott is a lecturer at the University of Vermont, where he teaches Environmental Law, Energy Law & Climate Change, and Cybersecurity Law & Policy. Armed Conflict, Women and Climate Change (see Armed Conflict, Women and Climate Change Flyer for 20% discount) Since the UN Security Council passed Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security in 2000, there is has been significant, if uneven, progress in realizing its goals with regard to the incorporation of gender perspectives into the activities and operations of military organizations around the world.  This progress has been hampered in many cases because advocates of…