Book Review of The Laws of Spaceflight: A Guidebook for New Space Lawyers

Book Review of The Laws of Spaceflight: A Guidebook for New Space Lawyers

 

Glenn Harlan Reynolds “¢Â 20 May 2013

In this Book Review, Professor Glenn H. Reynolds looks to both the past and the future of space law. Drawing from his experience co-authoring one of the first comprehensive legal texts on outer-space law and legal issues, Professor Reynolds provides an expert’s evaluation of The Laws of Spaceflight: A Guidebook for New Space Lawyers.

Recommended Citation: The Laws of Spaceflight: A Guidebook for New Space Lawyers, 4 Calif. Law Rev. Circuit 53, http://www.californialawreview.org/book-review-of-the-laws-of-spaceflight-a-guidebook-for-new-space-lawyers/

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