The Institute is conscious of the growing relevance of the space sector to the worldwide economy, security and social development. With the increased focus at the national and international level on space, its regulation and orderly development have and will continue to gain in importance. The Institute offers opportunities for research in space law through the London Institute of Space Policy and Law (ISPL).
Applications for Doctoral and Masters degrees in space law should be addressed to ISPL. Further information is available at www.space-institute.org.
ISPL Introduction to Space Law 2013 course outline.
ISPL (located here at Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London) brings together leading academics, practitioners and specialists, with a groundbreaking focus on the legal and policy aspects of space activity.