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Welcome to the Inaugural Issue of the International Law Journal!




Founding Editor in Chief
Dr. Rita M. Lauria

Articles Editor
Katrina M. Parra

Managing Editor
Claire M. Schmidt

Volume 1, Number 1
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THIS ISSUE'S FEATURE:
SPACE LAW AND COMMERCIALIZATION

About the Art



ARTICLES

The Emergence of Space Law
     By Stephen E. Doyle

Public Space Law, the Legal Practitioner, and the Private Entrepreneur: Distinguishing What
"Ought to Be" from "What Is"

 By George S. Robinson, III

On the Privatisation of Space
By Francis Lyall

New Space for an Old Goal: Using the Space Act Agreement to (Finally) Enable the
Commercial Space Industry

By Julie A. Jiru

The Optional Rules for Arbitration of Disputes Relating to Outer Space Activities: A Comparison to the UNCITRAL Rules
 By Giugi Carminati

Space Law Education in the United States in a
New Era of Space Activities

 By Matthew Schaefer

Metalaw
 By Rita M. Lauria

FIELD NOTE

Transforming to the Fourth Era of Space Exploration
By Ivan M. Rosenberg

COMMENT

To Infinity and Beyond – Orbital Space Debris and How to Clean it Up
By Agatha Akers

MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR
     By Mauricio Leon De La Barra

We encourage members to contribute articles on international law practice and issues. This is a great opportunity for attorneys to develop their international legal career, to get published, and to work directly with the leaders of the international community. Contact the Editor in Chief, Dr. Rita M. Lauria, at rlauria@metalaw.us; Articles Editor, Katrina M. Parra, at katrina.m.parra@gmail.com; or Section Editor, Claire M. Schmidt, at cschmidt@alvaradosmith.com.

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