The National Center for Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law at the University of Mississippi School of Law, is the nation’s leading – and only – law school for the study of both air and space law.
The National Center for Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law at the University of Mississippi School of Law, is the nation’s leading – and only – law school for the study of both air and space law. The Center offers a certificate in Remote Sensing, Air, and Space Law. For law students seeking such specialized legal courses, this certificate provides a comprehensive understanding of the legal processes regulating domestic and international aerospace activities. Students enrolled in the certificate program receive the distinctive, interdisciplinary knowledge and expertise for which the Center is world-renowned.
The Center offers a unique curriculum rich in the legal issues that arise from new technologies in space, such as data laws and policies, intellectual property, privacy, liability, international law, use of imagery as legal evidence, environmental issues, space exploration law, and licensing. Additionally, the Center offers studies in aviation law dealing with government regulation of aviation industry, public and private international aviation law, aircraft financing, economic regulation of domestic and international air routes and rates, and environmental aviation law.
The Certificate program in Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law consists of four aerospace law courses (12 credit hours), an Independent Study in Aerospace Law and/or possible externship/internship placement (3 credit hours), and three elective courses (12 credit hours), for a total of twenty-seven (27) credits.
Minimum Admissions Requirements
No student will be admitted to the Certificate program in Air and Space Law unless that student is admitted as a law student to the University of Mississippi...