2011 U.S. – China Student Space Law Research Symposium Held

May 27, 2011 at 12:51 am | Posted in NCRSASL News | Leave a comment

by Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz with the blog faculty

The 2011 U.S. – China Student Space Law Symposium was held at the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) School of Law on 19 – 20 May. It followed the 2010 U.S. – China Student Space Law Symposium held at the National Center for Remote Sensing, Air, and Space Law at the University of Mississippi School of Law (NCRSASL, UM). Students from the NCRSASL, UM, BIT and the Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT) School of Law participated. Commentators: Prof. Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz, NCRSASL, UM; Prof. Li Shouping, BIT; Prof. Li Bin, HIT; Prof. Wang Guoyu, BIT; and Prof. Li Hua, BIT. Presentations and papers addressed a wide variety of topics in civil, commercial and military space activities. They were:

The Legal Problems of Outer Space Commercial Launching in the case of China, Li Hingjuan, BIT

Treatment of Conventional Weapons in Outer Space Under International Law, Whitney Warrington, NCRSASL, UM

The Legal Regime of Astronauts Rescue in Outer Space, Chen Lijun, HIT

Research on a Legal System of Moon Development, Li Hong, HIT

The Living, Breathing International Space Treaty Regime: Reinforcing the Current Framework to Promote Space Debris Mitigation, Meaghan Hill, NCRSASL, UM

State Responsibility and Liability in International Space Law, Xue Fei, BIT

Structure of Space Tourism Law Development in China, Ma Wenxi, HIT

International Law Research Regarding Satellite Navigation, Huang Xi, BIT

Legal Issues About Regional Space Cooperation: The Asia-Pacific Space Cooperation Organization as an Example, Gulijiamali Abudula, BIT

Assessing the Need for the Protection of Intellectual Property in Outer Space: Plant Seed Propagation as an Example, Zhao Xiaolin, BIT.

The Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement between the People’s Republic of China and Taiwan and High-Tech Industry Competitiveness, Anna South, NCRSASL, UM

The Legal Personality of the Asia-Pacific Space Cooperation Organization, Zhu Lijing, BIT

Human Rights Properties of the Astronaut Rescue System, Cong He, HIT


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