ECSL Practitioner’s Forum dates back to its inception in 1992.
The Forum is directed towards those working across all areas of the space sector and provides for an opportunity to network and discuss topical areas of space law and policy relevant to the sector.
The Forum promotes open and free discourse, and even though this year’s Forum will be organised online, the ECSL still believes that this open discourse is paramount.
The next Practitioner’s Forum will take place on 14 October 2021 from 14.00 – 17.30 and will address: “Future Satellite Applications: legal and regulatory aspects”. This year’s event will focus on the legal and policy
aspects of, as well as the recent developments in the use of artificial intelligence in satellite technology, quantum based satellite communications and blockchain capabilities. As the Practitioner’s Forum should be an interactive and discourse oriented event, each topic will have panel of specialists, comprised of legal/academic, industry and scientific/technical experts.
It will be a high level event with highly qualified experts discussing some of the most current topics around outer space (law)!
For more information on the Practitioners’ Forum click here:
or open the attached tentative programme.