Problem Solving in Space Law | Air and Space Law | Ole Miss
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Problem Solving in Space Law

Join us for our new class: Problem Solving in Space Law.


The space industry continues to grow at record pace and business analysts around the world are encouraging every company to include space assets and activities in their strategic plans. On top of that, NASA and the Department of Defense have increased their reliance on commercial space services.  Problem Solving in Space Law will provide an overview of space law with specific focus on how international law, norms and regulations will affect new activities in space, space businesses and businesses that rely on space assets. Using real world examples, the course will provide students with an understanding of legal issues related to space business and the tools available to help shape nascent aspects of US law and regulation to support commercial industry, science and our environment in a responsible and sustainable way.


We are offering the course this June and July 2023.  Registrations are due by May 31. To register, you must fill out the “Graduate Certificate Student” application form here


This is a three-credit course offered by the University of Mississippi, an ABA-accredited law school and a world leader in air and space law education, research and public service.  Students are invited to join classes “live.”  That said, this class is built to be asynchronous and “live” attendance is not required.  Students are expected to read assigned materials, submit assignments and engage in limited discussions either during office hours or through an online discussion board.  This course is offered for US$2874.


Register here or email for more information.