Worldwide launch of the book, March to Justice: Global Military Law Landmarks, edited by Navdeep Singh and Franklin D Rosenblatt will take place on December 10, Friday, followed by a panel discussion and question and answer session on the subject, “Global Trends in Military Justice”..Navdeep Singh, is an advocate at the Punjab & Haryana High Court and also the founder President of the Armed Forces Tribunal Bar Association at Chandigarh. He is very actively involved in issues relating to soldiers’ rights and tribunalisation. Singh is also a former Major and has been a national service volunteer-reservist with the Territorial Army in the past. He has voluntarily served in counter-insurgency and operational areas during the vacation period of the High Court.Franklin D Rosenblatt is a Judge at the Military Court of Appeals, Mississippi and the former Judge Advocate, US Army.He teaches law at Mississippi College of Law in Jackson, USA where his scholarship focuses on criminal law.The panel discussion will be moderated and curated by Justice Rajive Bhalla (Former Judge, Punjab & Haryana High Court) and Major General Neeraj Bali (Founder & CEO, LeadScape)..The Panel will include the editors and Justice Maria Elizabeth Guimarães Teixeira Rocha (Superior Court, Brazil), Judge Jeff Blackett (Former Judge Advocate General & Dy High Court Judge, The UK), Jan Peter Spijk (Former Judge, Military Chamber of Court of Appeals, The Netherlands, and former President International Society for Military Law and the Law of War), Rory Fowler (formerly of the Canadian Forces and now in private practice, Canada), Pascal Lévesque (formerly of the Canadian Forces, currently working in parliamentary ethics, Canada) and Professor Amos Guiora (SJ Quinney College of Law, University of Utah)..March to Justice: Global Military Law Landmarks contains short essays and commentaries by jurists, judges and academics from around the world on landmark judicial decisions that changed the course of military law.The book aims to provide information on the diverse course taken by military law, justice and reform in various nations, and generate lessons and learning, besides triggering a comparative analysis.The book is written in a non-technical manner and will be of interest to the general reader as well as those who are interested in the military, law, politics, public policy, governance and human rights..The editors are practicing lawyers in India and the USA. They have specialised in constitutional law with particular interest in military law. Both of them have served in the military and have been participants at the drafting of the Yale Draft, which is an internationally significant military justice document conceptualised at the Yale Law School in March 2018 to improve upon the Decaux principles..The worldwide book launch will take place on December 10, 2021, Friday from 5:30 PM to 6:45 PM on Zoom. The event will begin with a minute of silence in tribute to the lives lost in the recent military helicopter crash which led to the death of India's Chief of Defence Staff, Bipin Rawat. .Watch the event live on YouTube and Facebook.