The Strategic Space Law course focuses on the legal and policy considerations that surround the strategic uses of outer space.
The proliferation of military activities in outer space, evidenced by the surge in anti-satellite weapon testing and the augmentation and integration of space-based defense capabilities of many space-faring States in recent years, is increasingly becoming a threat not only to international peace and security but also to the sustainable utilisation of outer space.
In this context, the webinar will discuss the prospects of expanding and clarifying the existing international law for restraining the militarization and weaponization of outer space.
Please note this webinar takes place from 16:00 to 17:00 CET (Paris time); or 10:00-11:00 ET (Montreal time).
Join the McGill Law alumni community in Europe and the UK for a special virtual event presented by Mayer Brown. Hear insights from John Harrison, LLM'92, in a conversation moderated by Joydeep Sengupta, BCL/LLB'08, and hosted by Robert Leckey, BCL'92, LLB'92, Dean of McGill's Faculty of Law.