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Journal of Space Law: Current Issue

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Volume 43.2 – 2019


Anne-Sophie Martin and Steven Freeland – Exploring the Legal Challenges if Future On-Orbit Servicing Missions and Proximity Operations
Ermanno Napolitano – Interdisciplinary Team Teaching in Space Legal Education
Gemmo Bautista Fernandez – Where No War Has Gone Before: Outer Space and the Adequacy of the Current Law of Armed Conflict
Stefan Pislevik – Law Without Gravity: Arbitrating Space Disputes at the Permanent Court of Arbitration and the Relevance of Adverse Inferences
Michelle L.D. Hanlon and Bailey Cunningham – The Legal Imperative to Mitigate the Plume Effect: An “Aggravation and Frustration” that Imperils our History and our Future


Student Article
Caleb Ohmer – When Galaxies Collide: Resolving Criminal Justice Disputes Among Nations in Space


Book Reviews
Daniel A. Porras – Promoting Productive Cooperation Between Space Lawyers and Engineers
Jeremy J. Grunert – Accessory to War: The Unspoken Alliance Between Astrophysics and the Military