Space and Telecom Law Conference - D.C. -Nov. 19-20
The University of Nebraska College of Law's Second Annual Space and Telecommunications Law Conference will take place in Washington D.C. on November 19-20, 2009. The conference, supported by the American Branch of the International Law Association, will cover "Space, Telecommunications, and Cyber Law in the Transatlantic Arena: Comparison, Competition, and Cooperation." The first day of the conference (Nov. 19) will focus on telecommunciations law issues and will feature speakers such as Alec Ross, Senior Advisor for Innovation in the office of Secretary Clinton, Andrew McLaughlin, Deputy Chief of the Technology Office for Policy at the White House, and David Vladeck, Director of Consumer Protection at the Federal Trade Commission, among others. The second day of the conference (Nov. 20) will focus on space law and will include speakers such as Alan Ladwig, Senior Advisory to the Administrator at NASA, Dick Obermann, Director of the House Subcommittee on Space-invited, and Brian Nilsson, Director of Non-Proliferation at the National Security Council among several others.
This conference will be held at the Washington Court Hotel, 525 New Jersey Avenue in Washington, D.C.. Registration is limited and you can register for either one or both days of the conference. You can register by visiting their website at http://spaceandtelecomlaw.unl.edu ( http://spaceandtelecomlaw.unl.edu/ )and clicking "Conferences" and then "Conference Registration."
Student registration is free.