The Global Space Law Center’s 2022/23 academic year is off to an exciting start!
Here are some recent highlights and new developments:
- This semester’s online Space Law course has shattered records with over 50 students enrolling!
- The GSLC website has been redesigned and now contains more information about some of the projects and initiatives that the Center has spearheaded or otherwise supported. Visit the new Events and Initiatives page to see more!
- The Article XI Project, of which the Center is a co-sponsor, has gained international attention and has received support from multiple stakeholders for its recommendations to facilitate information-sharing among lunar operators.
- Rachel L. Harriman ’23 and Abigail Jones ’24 have been appointed to the GSLC Research Council for the 2022/23 academic year.
- Rachel Harriman has also taken the helm as the new Editor-in-Chief of the STARLAW Blog. Please take a moment to subscribe!
- This year the GSLC was recognized for its space law curriculum in the Directory of Education Opportunities in Space Law maintained by the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs.
Also in the news…
- Stephen Robison, CSU alum, former GSLC Research Council member, and currently an associate at McDonald Hopkins, has been appointed Co-Lead Counsel of the Space Generation Advisory Council. The SGAC was conceived at the United Nations in 1999 to support UN space initiatives and to develop young space professionals for careers in government, industry, and academia. We are proud of Stephen!
- The GSLC was featured in a recent interview with its Director, Prof. Mark J. Sundahl, by FARSIGHT, a quarterly journal published by the Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies. The forthcoming article will focus on the geopolitical dimensions of space law.
- Prof. Sundahl delivered the June SES/RESCOM Launch Law Lecture at the invitation of the University of Luxembourg where he spoke on Regulatory & Policy Aspects of Space Launching Activities in the United States.
The Global Space Law Center. The sky is no longer the limit…