Join the UHLC Space Law Society and Intellectual Property Student Organization for what should be a fascinating presentation from NASA’s Ted Ro on “Patent Law in Outer Space: The Final IP Frontier.”
RSVP and submit questions by visiting bit.ly/SpacePatentsRSVP.
For more information on the Intellectual Property Student Organization, visit their website.
Click here to read more about NASA’s Ted Ro.
The UHLC Space Law Society would like to invite you to an upcoming event we are co-sponsoring with First Generation Law Students: “Into the Unknown: Discovering Sports, Space, and Entertainment Law.” Details are below and on the attached flyer.
The panel includes:
Mr. Clay Allen, Houston Rockets Associate General Counsel
Professor Rebecca Bresnik, NASA Assistant Chief Counsel, International Law
Mr. Charles Lee Mudd, Space, Internet, Data Security, IP Attorney for MuddLaw Offices
Ms. Ke’Andra Levingston, Bunim Murray Entertainment Business & Legal Affairs Attorney
Should be a great panel. Looking forward to seeing you all there.
The UHLC Space Law Society will attend this year’s International Aeronautical Congress on October 12-14, 2020. This is the first year the event will take place virtually and for free, so it is an excellent opportunity for students interested in space law to hear the latest information from some of the most important minds in the field. More information below.
From the IAC’s website:
“Since its first edition in 1950, the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) has been THE place for all space people to come together and discuss about the latest developments in space. In these challenging times, when physical meetings are near-impossible, the Federation, more than ever, is determined to play its unifying role for the space community. And this is why we have decided to organize the 71st International Astronautical Congress, IAC 2020, as a Cyberspace Edition and to offer it without registration fee, free of charge. New communities and stakeholders that would normally not have the means to physically travel to an IAC will be offered the unique opportunity to be part of this world’s premier space gathering.
“In this spirit, the theme of the IAC 2020 – The CyberSpace Edition is “IAF Connecting @ll Space People”: virtually and for free, we will embrace resilience by being connected together.
“The IAC 2020 – The CyberSpace Edition encompasses most of the traditional IAC features compatible with a virtual format, including Plenaries, Highlight Lectures, the IAF Global Networking Forum Programme, Technical Programme including Special Sessions, Press Conferences and Networking Sessions.”
The Space Law Society will present at the UHLC organization fair on Zoom on Thursday, Sept. 3 at 5:25 pm. The short presentation will give an overview of the organization’s goals and activities, and interested students will have an opportunity to ask questions about the Space Law Society or space law in general. The slide for the presentation is below.