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Journal of Space Law: Vol. 39: No. 1

This issue of the Journal of Space Law is available for purchase.  Please email mlhanlon@olemiss.edu for more information.

 

 

 

Volume 39 – Spring/Summer 2013 – Number 1

Foreword
Articles
Stephen E. Doyle – Space Law and Government 50 Years Later
James E. Dunstan – “Space Trash”: Lessons Learned (and Ignored) from Space Law and Government
Steven Freeland, – A Natural System of Law? Andrew Haley and the International Legal Regulation of Outer Space
Ryan T. Noble – Archived Documents as Evidence and Legal Authority: Lessons Learned Applicable to the Law of Outer Space
William J. Potts, Jr. – Reflections on Space Law and Government
James D. Rendleman – Brave New World of Hosted Payloads
George S. Robinson – The Biochemical Foundations of Evolving Metalaw: Moving at a Glance to the Biological Basis of Sentient “Essence”
Bibliography
P.J. Blount – Aviation and Space Law: Relevant Publications