In his upcoming convocation, law student Michael Dodge will receive the first ever Certificate for Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law from the University of Mississipi, School of Law. The certificate will provide him with a head start in embarking in a legal career specialized in the use of aerospace technologies.
Res communis reports:
Dodge is to be awarded the space law certificate through the law school’s National Center for Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law.
Gabrynowicz, director of the [National Center for Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law] center, said the new concentration provides Dodge and students to come with a competitive edge in the aerospace industry...
She explained that the certificate is available by offering the only dedicated aerospace law curriculum in the nation from an American Bar Association-accredited law school. Requirements to earn the certificate include courses on U.S. space and aviation law, international space and aviation law, and remote sensing; participation in the publication of the Journal of Space Law; and independent research…
Established in 1999, the National Center for Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law is a source for research, education, outreach activities and information exchange among academic, government and commercial organizations related to the legal aspects of human activities using aerospace technologies.
- Annie Noa Kenet, Toronto