The Journal of Space Law is a law review devoted to the legal problems arising out of human activities in outer space. Membership in the Journal of Space Law is limited to qualified second and third year law students who achieve a minimum GPA of 3.2. The student must also submit a transcript, resume, and a writing sample that demonstrates excellent Bluebooking skills. The Journal of Space Law has a 12-month, year-round editing and publication process. It publishes two issues a year, and summer work is available. The Journal of Space Law also seeks to highlight at least one qualified student paper per issue.
Interested students should contact Andrea Harrington.