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Journal of Space Law: Current Issue

The current issue of the Journal of Space Law features some of the most notable names in space law and space policy.  It is available in full here: Vol. 47: No. 1 2023.  Please email if you need assistance.


Volume 47.1 – 2023


On Increasing Commercial Space Operations and Global Integrated Airspace Safety Governance

by Nilgun Ozur and Steven Truxal


Directed Energy Weapons and Why States’ Interpretations of “Armed Attack” and “Armed Conflict” Should Evolve

by Andy Moore


Legal Issues for Lunar Orbiting Satellites and Suggested Solutions

by Francesca Giannoni-Crystal


Lost (It All) in Space: the Legality of Extra-Terrestrial Gambling

by Robert M. Jarvis


The Plight of Valinor: a Historically Informed Perspective on the Future Development of Space Law and Potential Exercise of Self-Determination by Human Settlements on Mars

by Marshall McKellar