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Register Today For Our Space Café Israel by Meidad Pariente with Neta Palkovitz on 28 October 2022

This Space Café Israel will feature Neta Palkovitz, founder of the NewSpace Firm, in conversation with Meidad Pariente, correspondent of SpaceWatch.Global for Israel.

Space lawyers at work – putting international space law into a commercial context.

Would a commercial lawyer survive in outer space? Would a “space lawyer” thrive in a startup environment? Can public international law settle commercial interests? And what’s the connection between space unicorns and sustainability? Enter a fascinating discussion about NewSpace, the commercialization of the space industry, and how traditional laws and regulations shape its future.

Dr. Neta Palkovitz is the founder of the NewSpace Firm, a consultancy specializing in space law, regulation and NewSpace activities. She is a qualified lawyer since 2009. She worked as the Legal Adviser of ISIS- Innovative Solutions In Space B.V. (ISISPACE) in the Netherlands for 10 years, where she handled launch contracts for the launch of +500 satellites, amongst her other responsibilities. She then joined Airbus Defence and Space Netherlands B.V. as a Senior Contracts Officer and Bid Manager, before starting her own consultancy. Neta holds a PhD in space law from the International Institute of Air and Space Law (IIASL) at Leiden University, and published a book titled: “Regulating a Revolution: Small Satellites and the Law of Outer Space”. Neta was a lecturer at the IIASL, and teaches space law at Tel Aviv University.

The audience will have an opportunity to ask questions in dialogue with Neta Palkovitz.

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

This Space Café Israel will be conducted in English on 28th October 2022 at 4pm CEST, 5pm IDT.

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