Faculty Highlights – April 2019

Michelle Hanlon, Air and Space Law Instructor and Research Counsel, wrote an article on the Apollo 11 Moon Landing that was picked up by Newsweek.

Hanlon presented at the International Institute of Space Law and European Center for Space Law’s annual symposium in Vienna, Austria. Her presentation topic was “Challenges for the Implementation of the Moon Agreement.”

Professor of Law Ron Rychlak will be speaking on “Soviet Disinformation and the Attack on Western Values” at the Society of Catholic Social Scientists spring conference April 12 in Naples, Florida.

On April 25, Ron Rychlak will represent the Southeastern Conference (SEC) at the spring meeting of the Autonomy Conferences (the “Power Five Conferences”), held in Dallas.

Associate Professor of Law Will Berry‘s article, “Individualized Executions,” was published this month by the UC Davis Law Review.

Hanlon was interviewed by ABC Australia on preserving human heritage in outer space.

Assistant Professor of Law Stacey Lantagne appeared on American University Radio to discuss real person fan fiction.

Hanlon presented at Harvard University‘s Space Night April 22.