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The main objective of the European Centre for Space Law (ECSL) is to build up and spread, within Europe and elsewhere, an understanding of the legal framework relevant to space activities. ECSL does this by fostering the exchange of information among interested stakeholders and by helping to improve and promote the teaching of space law. Its aim is to provide updated information on Europe’s contribution to space activities beyond Europe, and therefore to enhance the European position in the field of space law practice, teaching and publications.
The Institute of Space and Telecommunications Law (Université Paris Sud / Campus Paris Saclay) organises an annual international colloquium in Paris on Air and Space Law. The 2014 edition, held in partnership with the ECSL will take place at the Ministry of Research on 30 and 31 October 2014. It will bring together internationally recognised professors and practitioners to discuss new issues in Air & Space Law.
For further information and to register, please visit: pasl.fr
Congratulations Université Paris Sud @ IAC
The ECSL congratulates the team from Paris Sud who were worthy competitors at the Manfred Lachs Moot Court World Semi Finals at the IAC in Toronto.
Inaugural ECSL Essay Competition now open!
'What are the main legal issues raised by space mining?'
Details on the competition may be found by clicking the 'Essay Competition' link on the left hand side.
Update 23/10: Registration for the competition full and no further places can be allocated unfortunately
Space Law in the News
Spring-Summer 2014 now published
A new initiative providing brief summaries and links to articles which engage with issues of space law. Available only to ECSL Members.
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