Summer Journal of Space Law
This latest volume, another eclectic and scholarly compilation, brings together writings covering hot topics in space law including tourism, treaty law, national security policy, remote sensing and digital data, ASAT testing, emerging national legislation, ITAR, and lots more. As always, I can't post the whole thing, just the tantalizing table of contents. But to order your Journal, send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org, call 1.662.915.6857 or zip a fax to 1.662.915.6921.
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University of Mississippi School of Law
A journal devoted to space law and the legal problems arising
out of human activities in outer space.
Volume 33 Summer 2007 Number 1
C O N T E N T S
Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz
Call for Papers
The Evolution of U. S. National Security Space Policy and its Legal Foundations in the 20th Century
R. Cargill Hall
What is “Informed Consent” for Space-Flight Participants in the Soon-To-Launch Space Tourism Industry?
A review of the Space Development Promotion Act of the Republic of Korea
China's ASAT Test: A Demonstrated Need for Legal Reform
Certification of Digital Data: The Earth Resources Observation and Science Data Center Project
Ronald J. Rychlak, Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz, & Rick Crowsey
The Effect of the Liability Convention on National Space Legislation
International and U.S. National Laws Affecting Commercial Space Tourism: How ITAR Tips the Balance Struck Between International Law and the CSLAA
Charles W. Stotler
European Cooperating State Agreement between the European Space Agency and the Government of the Republic of Poland
Space Law and Relevant Publications
Macey L. Edmondson
Law Review Articles