Dr. Maria-Vittoria Carminati is head of the ABA space law committee. She obtained her JD from the University of...
Dr. Michael Foerster is a planetary astronomer, retired from NASA’s jet propulsion lab where his research focused on the...
Kristoffer Butler is the SBA Executive President at University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.
As we consider the possible implications of human actions in outer space, experts see a need for ethical regulation and proper licensing of these endeavors beyond Earth. In this episode of the ABA Law Student Podcast, host Kristoffer Butler talks to Dr. Maria-Vittoria Carminati and Dr. Michael Foerster about the future of space and telecommunications law. We are fundamentally a people of exploration and adventure, and our attempts at reaching further into space create a need for forward-thinking laws that will protect other planets and our own. Dr. Carminati and Dr. Foerster discuss this exciting area of the law and give young lawyers insight into how to enter this field.
Dr. Maria-Vittoria Carminati is head of the ABA space law committee.
Dr. Michael Foerster is a planetary astronomer, co-founder of Astronomy.FM, and a NASA educator.
Presented by the American Bar Association's Law Student Division, the ABA Law Student Podcast covers issues that affect law students and recent grads.
Jerome Crawford and Tiffany Buckley-Norwoodt talk about how the legal profession can become more welcoming for attorneys of color.
Shawnita Goosby, Crystal Taylor, and Meghan Matt talk about how they manage their lives as mothers in law school.
Dr. Maria-Vittoria Carminati and Dr. Michael Foerster talk about the future of space and telecommunications law.
Negeen Sadeghi-Movahed talks about law student life and her goals as chair.
Melissa Waugh talks about her life as a mother taking care of her two hyphenated kids as well as being a part-time lawyer specializing...
Judge Wilhelmina Wright shares her advice to any young, aspiring judges about building confidence, taking responsibility, and overcoming barriers in their careers.