2007 Journal of Space Law Vol. 33 Now Downloadable without Charge

March 2, 2010 at 10:37 am | Posted in Journal of Space Law, NCRSASL News | Leave a comment

by Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz with the blog faculty

The 2007 summer and winter issues of the Journal of Space Law are now available without charge.  It is the policy of the Journal of Space Law to make volumes available on-line when they become three years old. Volumes also continue to be available through Hein OnLine.

As the tables of contents show, these volumes are filled with timely and relevant articles by some of the community’s most well-respected authors. Topics range from certification of satellite data for use in legal proceedings under the U.S. Federal Rules of Evidence; informed consent for space tourism; the legal foundation of U.S. national security policy; patent rights under the Commercial Orbital Transportation Services program; and, shareholders’ actions in a State-owned remote sensing company, among others. Authors include R. Cargill Hall, Stephan Hobe, Tracey Knutson, Sylvia Ospina, Qi Yongliang, and Yun Zhao among others. Issue 2 also contains translations of Chinese national space law and Japan’s Geospatial Information Utilization Promotion Bill.

VOLUME 33, NUMBER 1 Summer 2007

Articles

The Evolution of U.S. National Security Space Policy and its Legal Foundations in the 20th Century by  R. Cargill Hall

What is “Informed Consent” for Space-Flight Participants in the Soon-To-Launch Space Tourism Industry?  by Tracey Knutson

A Review of the Space Development Promotion Act of the Republic of Korea by Yoon Lee

China’s ASAT Test: A Demonstrated Need for Legal Reform by  K.K. Nair

Legal Certification of Digital Data: The Earth Resources Observation and Science Data Center Project by  Ronald J. Rychlak, Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz, and  Rick Crowsey

The Effect of the Liability Convention on National Space Legislation by Susan Trepczynski

Student Paper

International and U.S. National Laws Affecting Commercial Space Tourism: How ITAR Tips the Balance Struck Between International Law and the CSLAA by Charles W. Stotler

Agreement

European Cooperating State Agreement between the European Space Agency and the Government of the Republic of Poland

Bibliography

VOLUME 33, NUMBER 2 Winter 2007

Articles

Jurisdiction in Outer Space: Challenges of Private Individuals in Space by P.J. Blount

Patent Rights Under Space Act Agreements and Procurement Contracts: A Comparison by the Examination of NASA’s Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) by Tiphany Baker Dickerson

Space Tourism Activities – Emerging Challenges to Air and Space Law? by Stephan Hobe, Gérardine Meishan Goh, and Julia Neumann

Suborbital Space Tourism Flights: An Overview of Some Regulatory Issues at the Interface of Air and Space Law by Melanie Walker

A Study of Aerospace Legislation of China  by Qi Yongliang

Case Note

Corporate-Sovereign Symbiosis: Wilson v. ImageSat International, Shareholders’ Actions, and the Dualistic Nature of State-Owned Corporations  by Jason A. Crook

Commentary

National Space Legislation in Mainland China  by Yun Zhao

Law

Chinese Law: Registration, Launching and Licensing Space Objects: 1) Order No. 6 of the Commission of Science, Technology, and In- dustry for National Defense and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China, 8 February 2001; Annex: National Registration Form of Space Objects

2) Order No. 12 of the Commission of Science, Technology, and Industry for National Defense of the People’s Republic of China, 21 November 2002;

Annex: Application Form for Licensing the Project of Launching Civil Space Objects

Japanese Law: Geospatial Information Utilization Promotion Bill of May 30, 2007

Book Review

Direito e Política na Era Espacial: Podemos ser mais justos no espaço de que na Terra? (Law and Policy in the Space Age: Can we be more just [or equitable] in Space than on Earth?) by José Monserrat Filho, Reviewed by Sylvia Ospina

Bibliography


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