WEBCAST: Space Law in The Era of Globalization
OF SPACE LAW at The University of Mississippi School of Law presents
Space Law in The Era of Globalization
Thursday, January 18, 2007
9:00 am â€" 3:00 pm CST
Webcast via http://www.spacelaw.olemiss.edu/
(A webcast session will run for the entire event in the Space Studies Reading Room.)
The purpose of the event is to have a focused, frank, informed, and,
hopefully enlightening, discussion about space law. The nominal starting
point for the discussion will be some of the points raised in "Space Law:
Its Cold War Origins and Challenges in the Era of Globalization" 37 Suffolk
U.L. Rev. 1041 (2004).
In addition to questions and subjects prepared by the moderator, the
panelists have submitted topics or materials that they would like to have
raised. They have been compiled and will be included into the discussion.
The event will be web cast and recorded for later transcription.
It is anticipated that some of the topics raised will include:
Efficacy of the current treaty regimeÍ¾
The U.S. national space policyÍ¾
Newly emerging space faring nationsÍ¾
Legal aspects of the Space Exploration InitiativeÍ¾
Peaceful uses of outer spaceÍ¾ and
Earth observation data access policies.