Publications

Space Law: Selected Documents 2012, vols. 1 & 2<

Space Law: Selected Documents 2012, vols. 1 & 2

A Supplement to Journal of Space Law

This compilation is a special supplement to the Journal of Space Law, the world's oldest law review dedicated to space law.

The compilation demonstrates that the body of space law is continuing to grow.

Unmanned Aircraft Systems in U.S. National Airspace: Selected Documents<

Unmanned Aircraft Systems in U.S. National Airspace: Selected Documents

This compilation is a special supplement to the Journal of Space Law, the world's oldest law review dedicated to space law.

The compilation serves as a source of information on the current legal debates over the possible introduction of Unmanned Aircraft Systems into United States National Airspace.

Space Law: Selected Documents 2011, vols. 1 & 2<

Space Law: Selected Documents 2011, vols. 1 & 2

A Supplement to Journal of Space Law

This compilation is a special supplement to the Journal of Space Law, the world's oldest law review dedicated to space law.

The compilation demonstrates that the body of space law is continuing to grow.

A Chronological Survey of the Development of Art. IX of the Outer Space Treaty

A Chronological Survey of the Development of Art. IX of the Outer Space Treaty

This chronological survey provides an overview of the development of Article IX of the Outer Space Treaty during the pivotal years of negotiations in the UN Committee of the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space.

Space Law: Selected Documents 2010, vols. 1 & 2<

Space Law: Selected Documents 2010, vols. 1 & 2

A Supplement to Journal of Space Law

This compilation is a special supplement to the Journal of Space Law, the world's oldest law review dedicated to space law.

The compilation demonstrates that the body of space law is continuing to grow.

One Half Century and Counting: The Evolution of U.S. National Space Law

One Half Century and Counting: The Evolution of U.S. National Space Law

This article outlines 50 years of national space law in one of the world's most successful space faring nations. A brief description of the article is here and the article itself may be read here

The North Korean Expendable Carrier Rocket, Unha-2: Selected Legal Documents

The North Korean Expendable Carrier Rocket, Unha-2: Selected Legal Documents

This is a collection of legal and diplomatic documents relating the April 2009 launch of the Unha-2 by North Korea.

Journal of Space Law Cumulative Index

Journal of Space Law Cumulative Index

A Search Guide to all Back Issues

The Journal of Space Law Cumulative Index is a research tool for finding relevant articles in back issues of the Journal of Space Law.

The index is searchable by author and subject as well as by the tables of contents from all the issues of the Journal of Space Law.

Space Law: Selected Documents 2009, vols. 1 & 2<

Space Law: Selected Documents 2009, vols. 1 & 2

A Supplement to Journal of Space Law

This compilation is a special supplement to the Journal of Space Law, the world's oldest law review dedicated to space law.

The compilation demonstrates that the body of space law is continuing to grow.

USA-193: Selected Documents

USA-193: Selected Documents

Special Topics in Aerospace Law Series, No. 1

A Supplement to Journal of Space Law

USA-193: Selected Documents is a compilation of the major documents that were generated by the shooting down of the satellite USA-193 on 20 February 2008

Space Law: Selected Documents 2008

Space Law: Selected Documents 2008

A Supplement to Journal of Space Law

This compilation is a special supplement to the Journal of Space Law, the world's oldest law review dedicated to space law.

The compilation demonstrates that the body of space law is continuing to grow.

Remote Sensing, Air, and Space Law International Bibliography 1930-2007

Remote Sensing, Air, and Space Law International Bibliography 1930-2007

A Special Publication of the Journal of Space Law - includes a searchable CD-ROM

The bibliography covers legal and policy aspects of remote sensing and space law such as data policy, privacy, liability, insurance, intellectual property, international public law, and commercialization. It includes U.S. domestic and international literature, in the form of books, dissertations, reports, proceedings, symposia, and government publications, published in English between 1930 and 2007. This publication includes a searchable CD-ROM.

Hardcopy price: $45.00

The Land Remote Sensing Laws and Policies of National Governments: A Global Survey

The Land Remote Sensing Laws and Policies of National Governments: A Global Survey

This study reviews some of the laws and policies that address the commercialization and privatization of space-based remote sensing systems, data, and data products. It contains an analysis of some existing policies, and identifies some Nations that have been reported to be commencing space-based remote sensing activities but do not yet have formal laws and policies. It also identifies some global trends and includes a Nation-by-Nation synopsis of relevant laws and policies.

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A Guide to Researching U.S. Space Law Online

The Center receives many requests from around the world for assistance in researching U.S. space law. Most of them are from people who do not have access to law libraries and materials. A Guide to Researching U.S. Space Law Online is intended to provide access to authoritative sources of United States space law. This guide is currently a work in progress. Please complete the form to download.

The Remote Sensing Industry: A CEO Forum

The Remote Sensing Industry: A CEO Forum

The Remote Sensing Industry: A CEO Forum was sponsored by the National Remote Sensing and Space Law Center and held at the University of Mississippi School of Law from October 11 to November 29, 2001. There were five individual sessions, each featured a prominent industry CEO. They represented a spectrum of commercial remote sensing activities including providing satellite and aerial data and retailing information.

Hardcopy price $25.00

Proceedings: The First International Conference on the State of Remote Sensing Law

Proceedings: The First International Conference on the State of Remote Sensing Law

The First International Conference on the State of Remote Sensing Law was sponsored by the National Remote Sensing and Space Law Center and held at the University of Mississippi School of Law, April 18 - 19, 2002. The conference program included emerging and established national laws; the United States licensing process for commercial satellite systems; insurance and liability; privacy; public international law; litigation; civil-military interface issues; and intellectual property and government data policies.

Hardcopy price $40.00

The UN Principles related to the Remote Sensing of Earth from Space

The UN Principles Related to the Remote Sensing of Earth from Space

Adopted in 1986, The United Nations Principles Relating to Remote Sensing of the Earth from Outer Space (Principles) continue to be an important source of international remote sensing law and policy. They also continue to be controversial in terms of their interpretation. The purpose of this book is to serve both the new and more experienced practitioners by documenting a part of the Principles' legislative history. It does so by interviewing two people who served as members of the United States Delegation to the U.N. Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space during the course of negotiations for the Principles.

Hardcopy price $25.00

Landsat 7: Past, Present and Future

Landsat 7: Past, Present and Future

On April 15, 1999, the United States launched Landsat 7, its first major civil land remote sensing satellite mission in more than a decade. Landsat 7 continued a legacy that began in 1972 with ERTS, later re-named Landsat 1, and became part of the oldest, continuous civil land remote sensing system in the world. To mark the occasion and to learn about Landsat 7 and its place in Earth observations, Prof. Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz, with the assistance of Prof. John F. Graham, conducted an innovative graduate seminar from February through April of 1999: Landsat 7 Live: Past, Present and Future. This work is a transcription of the live, real-time Internet seminar that was designed to occur with Landsat 7's actual launch. Landsat 7 was discussed in all of its aspects: scientific, engineering, applications, history, commercial value, long-term data archiving, and law and policy.

Hardcopy price $25.00

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Legal Assistant's Guide to Legal Applications of Geospatial Information

CD-ROM Only

Media price: $20.00