What is Space Law - And What Legal Challenges Await the "New Space" Pioneers?
As buzz surrounding the commercial space industry continues to soar, there's never been a more important time to understand how the economic development of space is regulated today, and how it might be regulated in the not-so-distant future. This course offers a broad introduction to international and national space law. Our distinguished faculty will also discuss top issues facing the private sector, in addition to emerging legal issues. Register today!
Learn which laws govern space activities today.
Understand core concepts under U.S. space law.
Gain familiarity with key challenges facing private spaceflight companies.
Explore hot-button issues in space law.
Please note: No reference materials or credit will be available for this program.
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for attorneys. Paralegals may also benefit.
CHARLES LEE MUDD JR. is the founder and principal of Mudd Law. Over the last two decades, Mr. Mudd has become an international thought leader in Internet and space law and policy. Under his leadership, Mudd Law expanded into three states and represents diverse clients within the space, Internet, advertising, employment, entertainment, securities, and challenge course sectors. More specifically, Mudd Law maintains a solid presence at the forefront of space law and the expanding commercial space industry. Mr. Mudd regularly speaks and writes on space law and policy. His advocacy includes participation in United Nations space law events, having served on a panel at the 2019 United Nations Conference on Space Law and Policy in Istanbul, Turkey and, in 2020, having served as a contributor to the UNOOSA Dark & Quiet Skies Conference. In 2020, he also spoke on space law at an ITechLaw conference in Bangalore, India, provided a regulatory workshop at SmallSat, and guest lectured at Samara University in Russia. Mr. Mudd is a founding member of the Internet Law Leadership Summit. He serves as a board member of ITechLaw, NewSpace Chicago. Mr. Mudd has been admitted to membership in the International Institute of Space Law and also maintains memberships in the AAS, AIAA, ECSL, and IEEE. He earned his B.A. and M.A. degrees from Purdue University, and his J.D. degree, magna cum laude, from Quinnipiac University.
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