The Global Space Law Center Presents its 2020 Symposium
The United States will return to the Moon in 2024 -- this time to stay. Robotic missions will deliver equipment before the first humans arrive. An international "Moon Village" will then take root as the countries of the world cooperate in establishing the first permanent human presence on another celestial body.
This symposium will explore the various legal challenges surrounding the Moon including property claims, military activity, commercial ventures, jurisdictional issues, environmental sustainability, and natural resource extraction.
Cosponsored by the Global Business Law Review
6 hours of CLE credit (pending): $100 Full day registration fee
3 hour morning CLE program: $60 registration fee & 3 hour afternoon CLE program: $60 registration fee
More information and registration details are forthcoming. Watch this page or follow @GlobalSpaceLaw for updates!
CLE credit: 6 hours pending
Category: CLE Programs, Faculty, General