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International Interdisciplinary Congress on Space Debris Remediation

Members of the session 2 panel on Technical Concepts and Means For Space Debris Remediation and On-Orbit Servicing

The International Interdisciplinary Congress on Space Debris Congress, was held at McGill's Institute of Air and Space Law in Montreal on 11 and 12 November 2011.

Annals of Air and Space Law: Vol. XXXV (2010)


  • The 2004 Damascus Agreement: Liberalizing market access and ownership rules for Arab air carriers: Alan Khee-Jin Tan
  • Legal aspects of aircraft financing in China: Qian Chen
  • Collecting, preserving and presenting evidence in domestic and foreign aircraft accident cases: Stuart R. Fraenkel, Michael G. McQuillen Anthony U.

Annals of Air and Space Law: Vol. XXXIV (2009)


  • Worldwide Safety of Civil Aviation: Harold Caplan
  • Implications of Full Transparency in the ICAO’s USOAP: Jimena Blumenkron
  • Aviation Security in Canada and the US: Kamaal Zaidi
  • The Oil Price Spike of 2008: Charles E Schlumberger
  • The Extension of EU Emissions Trading Scheme to Aviation Activities: Martin Bartlik
  • Aircraft Registration: Legal and Regulatory Issues: Ruwantissa Abeyratne

Annals of Air and Space Law: Vol. XXXII (2007)

Avant-propos / Preface

In Celebration - Bin Cheng


The Montreal Convention of 1999 and the Smoking Wreckage of “Accident”

Blacklisting: Banning the Unfit from the Heavens

The Liability of Air Navigation Services for Air Traffic Delays and Flight Cancellations – The Impact of EC Regulation 261/2004

Passenger Rights

Passenger Rights

- Have the courts overstepped their jurisdiction in interpreting passenger rights regulation around the globe and does this ultimately benefit passengers as intended?
- What are the future prospects for passenger rights legislation in Europe and elsewhere?
- What is the legal exposure of air navigation service providers and airports as a result of flight delays, cancellations and denied boarding?
- What are the US regulatory rules on airline advertising of services and fares and where are they applicable?

On Michael Milde - by Paul Stephen Dempsey

Professor Dr. Michael Milde Retires

Prof. Dr. Michael Milde retired in 2006 from the Faculty of Law, the year in which he turned 75. He is an accomplished scholar, teacher, lawyer, and a gentleman.

Air Transport, Air & Space Law and Regulation Workshop and Conference, April 12-16, 2009, Abu Dhabi (UAE)

Conference poster preview

The Institute of Air & Space Law hosted a Workshop and Conference on Air Transport, Air & Space Law and Regulation, in collaboration with the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) of the United Arad Emirates in Abu Dhabi, from April 12 to 16, 2009.

Air and Space Law LL.M. theses list

Please note that this list is not up-to-date. Visit eScholarship@McGill to see available eTheses from the Institute of Air and Space Law.