The Global Space Law Center has selected the inaugural Members of the Center’s Research Council. The Research Council was created to conduct research and issue work product to influence current legislative and regulatory efforts on both domestic and international levels. The Council is staffed by student Members whose work is overseen by Prof. Mark J. Sundahl. The Members are trained in the fundamentals of Space Law and are selected for their academic excellence.
Student Members of the GSLC Research Council
Elizabeth Childers, J.D. Candidate 2018
Elizabeth Childers earned a degree in Journalism and English at Ohio Wesleyan University where she graduated cum laude. Her passion for civil rights and international affairs led her to Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, where she developed an interest in Space Law. Elizabeth is also an extern at the Ohio Civil Rights Commission.
Connor J. Davin, J.D. Candidate 2018
Connor J. Davin earned his undergraduate degree in 2015 at John Carroll University before coming to Cleveland State University to study law. Connor is the lead Council member on the Council’s project to provide recommendations to the Hague Space Resource Governance Working Group regarding mining on celestial bodies.
Stephen Robison, J.D./MBA Candidate 2020
Stephen Robison earned a B.A. in Political Science at John Carroll University and served as a First Lieutenant in the U.S. Army at Fort Benning, Georgia. In addition to studying law, Stephen is currently working in the Technology Transfer Office at the NASA Glenn Research Center.