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April 24, 2015
Space law is no longer beyond this world
Adelaide, Australia (SPX) Apr 24, 2015
Space may be the "final frontier" but the legal ramifications of what happens in space are now very much a reality - and they've also become the subject of teaching and research at the University of Adelaide. For the first time, the University will run a short, intensive postgraduate course on Strategic Space Law as part of this year's Winter School program. The one-week course, which is available to Masters in Law students and also members of the public (on an auditing basis), will cover mi ... read more

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