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Justin Paulette

Justin Paulette is an attorney specializing in international and constitutional law. He graduated from The Catholic University of America School of Law with an interdisciplinary concentration in law and religion and a specialized program of study certificate from the Comparative and International Law Institute. He studied international business and trade Law at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, earned an MA in U.S. Studies (Politics and History) from the University of London's School of Advanced Study, and is an undergraduate alumnus of his home-state's Ashland University.

Following law school, Paulette served in the U.S. Army JAG Corps as the international law advisor for the Southern European Task Force and, later, U.S. Army Africa. He was then selected as a legal instructor and doctrine writer. He affected national policy in Iraq as the command judge advocate for U.S. Special Forces (Navy SEALs).

He has published in USA Today, the Washington Times, The American Spectator, The Daily Caller and First Things. He has contributed to The Social History of Crime and Punishment in America and the Texas Review of Law & Politics. He is a columnist at Intellectual Conservative and was a founding member of AOL’s Political Machine (now merged with the Huffington Post). He is presently writing two books: "Obama Abroad: The Foreign Policy of Hope and Change" and "The Original Meaning of 'Religion' in the U.S. Constitution."

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