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Prof. Sundahl Publishes Chapter in the Routledge Handbook on Space Law

Prof. Mark Sundahl has published a chapter regarding the Legal Status of Spacecraft in the newly released Handbook on Space Law published by Routledge.  The Handbook addresses the legal and regulatory aspects of activities in outer space from a comprehensive manner in a time of increasing commercialization … Continue reading

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Prof. Sundahl Helps Draft Guidelines for Asteroid Mining

Professor Mark Sundahl recently participated in the Hague Space Resources Governance Working Group at Leiden University to draft the “building blocks” of a new international regime for regulating natural resource extraction on celestial bodies. The Working Group is funded by … Continue reading

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Sundahl Publishes on Maritime Courts in Ancient Greece and the Regulation of Non-Traditional Space Activities

C|M|LAW Professor Mark J. Sundahl has published an article regarding the procedural aspects of the ancient Athenian maritime commercial courts.  The piece was published in Symposion 2015, a book published by the Austrian Academy of Sciences collecting the papers presented at the … Continue reading

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Sundahl Joins Panel on Asteroid Mining at New Worlds Conference in Austin, Texas

Professor Mark Sundahl joined two other panelists in Austin, Texas on Friday, November 4 to debate the challenges and solutions that face the U.S. government in regulating the emerging asteroid mining industry.  The panel was rounded out by Bob Richards, … Continue reading

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Sundahl Named to Hague Working Group on Outer Space Resources

Professor Mark Sundahl was recently appointed to Hague Space Resources Governance Working Groupto participate in an international effort to explore an international approach to regulating the extraction of natural resources from the Moon and other celestial bodies.  The Working Group was … Continue reading

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Sundahl Chairs Meeting of FAA Advisory Working Group in D.C.

Prof. Mark Sundahl chaired the meeting of the International Space Policy Working Group at the biannual meeting of the FAA’s Commercial Space Transportation Advisory Committee (COMSTAC) on October 26 in Washington, D.C.  The COMSTAC meeting draws leading space figures from industry, … Continue reading

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Sundahl Leads Discussion on Asteroid Mining in Guadalajara

On September 27th, Prof. Mark Sundahl served as co-chair of a panel examining the legal issues surrounding the nascent asteroid mining industry.  The panel was part of the International Astronautical Congress, the primary annual space industry conference which was held … Continue reading

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Sundahl Joins Editorial Board of Journal of Air & Space Law

Prof. Mark Sundahl was recently appointed to the Editorial Board for the Journal of Air & Space Law, a peer-reviewed international journal published by Wolters Kluwer.  The Journal strives to publish articles on cutting-edge issue in aviation law and space … Continue reading

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Dean Sundahl Published Op-Ed Encouraging UN to Support U.S. Asteroid Mining Legislation

Associate Dean Mark Sundahl published an op-ed in Space News on June 9th encouraging the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UNCOPUOS) to acknowledge the legality of recent U.S. federal legislation that guarantees to U.S. asteroid … Continue reading

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Dean Sundahl Advises FAA on Building a Lunar Village and Foreign Launch Capabilities

Last month C|M|LAW’s Associate Dean Mark Sundahl chaired the meeting of the International Space Policy Working Group at the biannual meeting of the FAA’s Commercial Space Transportation Advisory Committee in Washington, D.C.  The working group addressed a number of current … Continue reading

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