Public Speaking Events

James M. Branum speaking on military law and conscientious objection in Oklahoma CityI speak before a wide variety of audiences on military law and other topics, either indivi. These kinds of presentations include:

  • Short Workshops (typically 1-2 hours) for GI Rights activists and members of the public on the various resources that are available to assist Servicemembers in need.
  • Participating in panel discussions and debates on matters related to military justice, war, conscientious objection and the role of war resisters and whistleblowers in our society.

If you are interested in me doing a training in your area, please contact me

My Past Public Speaking Events:


    • 2008
      • Co-presented (with Moses Mast) “Stories from helping soldiers in need”, Memorial Road Mennonite Brethren Church, Edmond, OK (2008)
      • Co-Presenter (with Bill Durland and others) for “Introduction to G.I. Rights Advocacy/Basic Triage Skills” Pikes Peak Justice and Peace Commission in Colorado Springs, CO, (2008)
    • 2010
      • Presentation on civilian practice before military courts at the University of Arkansas School of Law in Fayetteville (2010)
      • Co-presented “How Does One’s World View and Faith Affect Career Choices?” at Oklahoma City University School of Law (2010)
    • 2017