The University of Mississippi School of Law is a world leader in air and space law education, research, and public service.
Master of Laws in Air and Space Law
The LL.M. in Air and Space Law is a graduate degree designed for both U.S. and foreign-trained law school graduates interested in a rigorous legal curriculum in U.S., international and comparative air and space law. It is the first and only LL.M. program in the U.S. offering a combined air and space law postgraduate law degree at an ABA accredited law school. It is intended for students and practitioners who seek substantive expertise in the field and who seek to draft a publishable work of scholarly literature on air and/or space law.
Graduate Certificate in Air and Space Law
The Graduate Certificate in Air and Space Law is intended primarily for part-time, distance students who are professionals working in aerospace industries and who seek additional knowledge of legal, policy and regulatory aspects of aerospace industries. Current graduate students in a relevant discipline are also welcome to apply. Certificate students can tailor their courses to address aviation law, space law or both.
Air and Space Law Program Advantages
- Unique emphasis in U.S. air and space law.
- Extensive air law expertise and over 45 years in space law.
- On-campus or online, full-time or part-time.
- Participate, if qualified, in the Journal of Space Law.
- Comprehensive air and space law collection.
- American Bar Association accredited law school.
Center for Air and Space Law
The Center for Air and Space Law is dedicated to providing the premier platform for excellence in global legal scholarship and practice in the fields of air and space law while nurturing the development and implementation of pioneering and practical legal solutions to present and future issues facing humanity.
The Center serves the public good and the aerospace industry by addressing and conducting research, education and outreach activities related to the legal aspects of applying air, space and cyber technologies to human activities.
The Center regularly engages in and sponsors a variety of activities related to domestic and international space and aviation law.
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