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Register Today For Our Space Café “Law Breakfast with Steven Freeland” #03 0n 27 May 2021

Join SpaceWatch.Global’s Space Café “Law Breakfast with Steven Freeland” #03 series where global space law experts discuss the legal issues from everyday space activities.
This event will take place on 27 May 2021 at 9:30 am CEST.

Space Café “Law Breakfast with Steven Freeland” will analyse current space developments with a legal focus. It will, at the same time discuss and ‘demystify’ the law for everyone.

The first episodes can be seen: Episode01, Episode 02

In this next episode Host Steven Freeland, Emeritus Professor of International Law at Western Sydney University, Sydney and Professorial Fellow at Bond University, Australia and Co-Host Torsten KrieningSpaceWatch.Global’s Publisher and their invited guests will discuss a number of issues including:

  • Multilateralism at work – Meetings at UNCOPUOS
  • Space Traffic Management – including the bilateral agreement between SpaceX and NASA on collision avoidance

Join us in our discussion on current space (law) events with two exceptional experts:

  • Jenni Tapio, Chief Specialist at the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment of Finland
  • Alexander Soucek, Head of International Law Division at European Space Agency – ESA

Our audience will have an opportunity to ask questions.

SpaceWatch.Global is a Switzerland-based digital magazine and portal for those interested in space and the far-reaching impact of the space sector.

This Space Café”Law Breakfast with Steven Freeland” will be conducted in English. Reserve your place today.

To register please click here

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