Poser & von der Dunk Present in Luxembourg
29 Jul 2013Professor Frans von der Dunk and Dean Susan Poser recently attended the Luxembourg Workshop where the topic of the workshop was "Satellite Communication and Dispute Resolution". Professor von der Dunk presented a paper on the Permanent Court of Arbitration's new satellite dispute resolution rules, and Dean Poser presented a paper on the intersection of tort law and federal and state law regulating U.S. satellite operators. The conference was co-hosted by the University of Luxembourg and the Max Planck Institute for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law.
Lincoln Journal Star Covers Annual Conference
30 May 2013On May 2 Lincoln Journal Star reporter, Corey Matteson, covered the Space, Cyber, and Telecommunications LL.M. program, discussed progess in the manned spaceflight industry, and highted the 7th Annual Space and Cyber Law Lincoln Conference.
Matteson noted that Professor von der Dunk was one of three panelists who discussed the impact of the commercial space industry and went on to emphasize the growth of the program.
Beard named Co-Chairman of the 2013 International Law Weekend (ILW)
30 May 2013The International Law Weekend of the American Branch of the International Law Association (ABILA), which will be held in New York City on October 24-26, 2013, is the premier international law event of the fall season.
The event attracts an audience of more than one thousand practitioners, academics, diplomats, members of the governmental and nongovernmental sectors, as well as foreign policy and law students who are learning about the range of practice and career opportunities.
Nebraska Law Manfred Lachs Moot Court Team Places in Quarter Finals
30 May 2013The 2013 Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition was held March 22-23rd in Washington DC at the Georgetown Law College. Nebraska Law 2L Corey Rotschafer and LL.M. student Adam Rouse placed in the Quarter Finals in the competition. The 2012 team placed in the Semi-Finals and in 2011 the Nebraska Law team won the award for best breif. The team was coached by Professor Frans von der Dunk.
ABA Journal article features LL.M. Alumna, Current Student and Professor
30 May 2013The American Bar Association Journal article, Space Law is Taking Off, features insights from current online student Maria-Vittoria "Giugi" Carminati, 2012 alumna Jenifer Lamie, and space law expert, Professor Frans von der Dunk. Lamie says, “We are at the very beginning of a completely new, very sexy and incredibly challenging industry that will push the limits of human ingenuity... If we can tailor the laws regulating the industry to foster growth—without being too overly sensitive to the inherent risks involved—I don’t see any limits to what we can accomplish in the future.”
Professor von der Dunk Quoted on Property Rights in Asteroid Mining
30 May 2013January 22, 2013, Professor Frans von der Dunk was quoted in a Christian Science Monitor article by Peter Spotts, Asteroid mining: Second company announces plans. Time to stake a claim? von der Dunk discusses the need for "a sensible and balanced regime" for exploiting space resources is well in advance of "the first actual activities."
Professor Campbell Speaking at 2012 Advanced Communications Summit
10 Dec 2012Adjunct Professor Fred Campbell will be speaking at the Advanced Communications Summit 2012, hosted by the Advanced Communications Law and Policy Institute (ACLP) at New York Law School in Philadelphia, December 11-12, 2012. The ACLP's mission is to promote robust and solution-focused dialogues amongst state and federal policy makers, industry, academe, the financial community and consumers concerning changes to the state and federal regulatory regimes governing wireline, wireless, broadband and IP platforms.
Laws of Spaceflight Text Receives More Press
01 Dec 2012Current student Maria-Vittoria Carminati (Giugi) and alumni Jenifer Lamie, '12, co-authors of "The Laws of Spaceflight: A Guidebook for New Space Lawyers." received more praise and press in a Law.com article, "Do You Have Right Stuff to be a Space Lawyer?" The article focuses on their love of space and Giugi admits "I'm fundamentally a nerd."
Professor von der Dunk invited by United Nations to speak in Buenos Aires
01 Nov 2012Upon the invitation of the United Nations Professor Frans von der Dunk was in Buenos Aires to present at the United Nations/Argentina Workshop on Space Law November 5-8, 2012. He spoke on 'Responsibility and Liability for National Space Activities' and 'Legal Aspects of GNSS Applications - The Case of Liability' as well as educated attendees about the Space, Cyber, and Telecommunications LL.M. program.
Professor Campbell Participates in 4G World Conference in Chicago
01 Oct 2012Adjunct Professor and Nebraska Law Alumni, Fred Campbell spoke at 4G World on October 29th. Professor Campbell's sessions included: Global Digital TV Migration Liberating 700 MHz for Mobile Broadband, participation in a Executive Round-table on Global and Regional 4G Spectrum Alignment, and a "fireside chat" with FCC Commissioner Pai.
Professors Featured on ABILA International Law Weekend Panel
01 Oct 2012October 25th-27th Professors Matt Schaefer and Frans von der Dunk spoke on the ABILA International Law Weekend Panel. The panel, titled Resource Management in Common (Non-Sovereign) Areas: Law of the Sea and Space Law Compared, focused on discussion of the legal and economic implications for space exploration and exploitation of the
Common Heritage of Mankind concept in the Moon Agreement and in UNCLOS, rights to mine, responsibilities to share, and regime characteristics.
Contract to Expand Interaction Between U.S. Military and College of Law's Space, Cyber and Telecommunications Law Program
01 Oct 2012A partnership between NU and the United States Strategic Command, based at Offutt Air Force Base, created a University-Affiliated Research Center. "The UARC will allow the program to further fulfill U.S. government needs through additional research, conferences and training programs," Program Director Professor Matt Schaefer said said to Newsroom Announcments. "Since military space, civil space, and commercial space activities all have national security implications, the program will continue to focus on issues facing all these arenas of space activity."