Colliding Laws in Outer Space: Mapping Potential Clashes Between Space Law, Commerce, Antitrust and Ethics and their Solutions through Design Sprint

Time: 09:45-11:15
Room: Sheikh Rashid B
Format: Design Sprint

"Interested in space antitrust and how it can become a tool to shape New Space sustainability and ethics? Come help us create a governance roadmap to ensure a smooth outer space ecosystem transition towards privatisation thanks to the innovative and entrepreneurial Design Sprint method! It is important to assess clashes between higher ethical principles of space law versus lex mercatoria and antitrust. We need to find a creative and interdisciplinary nexus together as a community."

Organizer/Moderator

Maria LUCAS RHIMBASSEN

Chair SIRIUS, Research Associate, PhD Candidate in Space Law and Antitrust, University Toulouse

France

Diane HOWARD

Executive Secretary, International Institute of Space Law (IISL)

United States

Lucien RAPP

Law Professor & Director, SIRIUS Chair, University Toulouse 1 Capitole

France

Speakers

Marco FERRAZZANI

Legal Counsel and Head of the Legal Services Department, European Space Agency (ESA)

France

Steven FREELAND

Emeritus Professor, Western Sydney University; Professorial Fellow, Bond University; Director, International Institute of Space Law, IISL

Australia

Alexander MACDONALD

Chief Economist, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

United States

John D. RUMMEL

Senior Scientist, SETI Institute

United States

Lucy STOJAK

Director, Mosaic Creativity and Innovation Hub, HEC Montreal

Canada

Frans VON DER DUNK

Professor of Space Law, College of Law University of Nebraska-Lincoln

United States

Setsuko AOKI

Professor of Law, Keio University Law School

Japan

Luigi SCATTEIA

Partner, PwC Space France

France