Space, Cyber and Telecommunications Law Conferences & Events

Nebraska Law’s Space, Cyber, and Telecommunications Law program hosts numerous conferences throughout the year, giving students the opportunity to learn from industry-leaders, connect with practitioners and fellow students, and present their own problem-solving research.

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Space Law Week

An annual event featuring webinars on modern space law challenges, as well as several student and new professional sessions meant for those breaking into the field. Past topics have ranged from commercial space flight to the militarization of space.

Digital Divide and Telecom at NGTC

Each year, we host roundtable discussions for local, regional and national stakeholders to discuss challenges and explore potential solutions around the rural digital divide — one of the most pressing and difficult to solve public policy issues.

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USSTRATCOM Operational Law

The Staff Judge Advocate for U.S. Strategic Command invites military members and select scholars to Nebraska’s Offutt Air Force Base for this annual conference. Attendees share best practices on strategic level international and operational law, with a focus on the legal challenges facing current practitioners.

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USSTRATCOM Deterrence and Assurance

This annual conference allows for students from around the country to connect on topics surrounding as national security, and encourages the development of future generations of leaders.

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World Speaks Space Series

In partnership with the American Society of international Space Law Interest Group and the American Brand of the International Law Association, this series brings together attorneys from around the globe to share varying perspectives on space law and promote international space cooperation.

Learn More about the World Speaks Space Series

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Contact Josh with Questions

Josh Redwine
Program Coordinator
402-472-1662
joshua.redwine@unl.edu