19 Moreover, Warren stresses that "[i]f the essence of the Army is its operations in the field, then operational law is the essence of the military legal practice.
What does OPLAW stand for?
OPLAW stands for Operational Law
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Offshore Pollution Liability Agreement
- Onset of Plasma Lactate Accumulation
- Ontario Pipeline Landowners Association (Canada)
- Ontario Public Library Association (Canada)
- Operative Laparoscopy
- Oregon Patent Law Association
- Ozark Professional Locksmiths Association (Little Rock, Arkansas)
- Open Public Local Access Network
- Operational/Operations Plan
- Operational Plans
- Octorara Primary Learning Center (Atglen, PA)
- Office of Plaintiffs' Liaison Counsel (Birmingham, AL)
- Old Park Lane Capital PLC (various locations)
- Old Pueblo Lapidary Club (Tucson, AZ)
- Olympic Park Legacy Company (UK)
- Operator Panel and Programmable Logic Controller (trademark of Unitronics, Inc.)
- Optimum Performance Laminar Chromatography
- Output Power Level Controller
- Overpressured Layer Chromatography
- Oakwood Public Library District (Oakwood, IL)
Samples in periodicals archive:
4) Practicing operational law poses an under-appreciated challenge to the professional identity of the growing body of military lawyers.
Through working with DIILS, the South African military actively sought to develop operational law skills to improve their performance on better international missions.
Confusing SROE Language Regarding Jus ad Bellum Proportionality Since proportionality balancing is one of the core jus in bello principles that determines whether a self-defense action is "appropriate," commanders and inexperienced operational law practitioners may be confused by SROE language appearing to except the requirement.