Thursday, may 6, 2021
- Corinne MASCALA, President of the University
- Philippe NELIDOFF, Dean of the Faculty of Law
- Alain PELLET, President of the French Society of International Law
Outer Space, the New Frontier of International Law
Clémentine BORIES, Professor at Toulouse Capitole University.
International space law: characteristics and tensions
Lucien RAPP, Professor at Toulouse Capitole University, Director of the Institute for the Study of Space, Territories, Culture and Communication (IDETCOM), Scientific Director of the SIRIUS Chair (Space Institute for Research on Innovative Uses of Satellites).
Outer Space and International Space Law
Under the Chairmanship of Gilbert Guillaume, Former Judge and President of the International Court of Justice
The distinction between Airspace and Outer Space
Stephan HOBE, Director of the Institute of Air and Space Law, Professor at the University of Cologne.
Should Space be cut horizontally along the lines of the law of the sea? Uncertain
Vincent CORREIA, Professor at Paris-Saclay University.
Outer Space and the Sources of International Law
Under the Chairmanship of Mireille Couston, Professor at the University of Lyon 3.
Multilateral space treaties, standing the test of time Uncertain
Angela VEITCH, Deputy Director, International Law Directorate, Department of National Defense, Canada.
State strategies and national laws in international space law
Lukas RASS-MASSON, Professor at Toulouse Capitole University, Director of the European School of Law.
The revision of the Space Operations Law (LOS) in the face of international space law
Emmanuel BOURDONCLE, Doctor of Law. Sub-Directorate of Public International Law, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Space, a new field of soft law
Lesley JANE SMITH, Professor at Leuphana University, Luneburg, Germany.
Outer Space and Actors and Subjects of International Law
Under the Chairmanship of Catherine Kessedjian, Emeritus Professor, University of Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas.
Towards a multilateral organization of outer space?
Philippe CLERC, Inspector General, Compliance and Corporate Ethics Officer (CNES).
Businesses and international space law
Arnaud DE NANTEUIL, Professor at the University of Paris Est Créteil.
Robots in international space law
Philippe ACHILLEAS, Professor at Paris Sud, Director of the Institute for Space and Telecommunications Law.
News of International Law
Uncertain François ALABRUNE, Director of Legal Affairs, Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs.
Uncertain Ronny ABRAHAM, Judge and former President of the International Court of Justice.
Uncertain Marc PERRIN DE BRICHAMBAUT, Honorary Councilor of State, Judge at the International Criminal Court, Second Vice-President, International Criminal Court.
Uncertain Linos-Alexandre SICILIANOS, Judge and former President of the European Court of Human Rights.
Friday, may 7, 2021
Workshop 1: European Space Law and International Law
Under the Chairmanship of Hélène Gaudin, Professor, Toulouse 1 Capitole, Director of the Research Institute in European, International and Comparative Law (IRDEIC)
The organization of space activity in Europe (comparative analysis)
Isabelle SOURBES-VERGER, CNRS researcher, Alexandre Koyré Center, CNRS.
The European Space Agency
Marco FERRAZZANI, Legal Director of the European Space Agency.
From the European space triangle to the post-Brexit quadrangle?
Mariana HOLUBOVA, Doctoral student, University of Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas, Doctoral School E9
Space in the face of the dynamics of the internal market
Loic GRARD, Professor at the University of Bordeaux IV, Director of the Center for European and International Research and Documentation.
Workshop 2: Space sector law and International law
Under the Chairmanship of Armel Kerrest, Professor Emeritus University of Western Brittany
Aerospace Financing Put to the Test of Law: A Perspective from WTO Law
Said HAMDOUNI, HDR Lecturer at Toulouse Capitole University.
Aerospace financing put to the test of law: the point of view of European Union law
Olivier BLIN, Lecturer in Public Law, Toulouse 1 Capitole University
The garbage collectors of Space: public service, gold rush or both?
Valentin DEGRANGE, PhD student in Law Member of the Center for Space and Frontiers Law (CDEF) Associate researcher at the Institute of Strategic and Defense Studies (IESD)
Imagine a criminal law for outer space
Pascal BEAUVAIS, Professor at the Sorbonne Law School.
Insurance law and Space
José DA COSTA, Senior Vice President, Deputy Managing Director, AON International Space Brokers.
SFDI General Assembly
Outer Space and Sectoral Declinations of International Law
Under the Chairmanship of Alain Pellet, President of the French Society for International Law.
Exploitation of space resources and international law
Tanja MASSON-ZWAAN, Professor at the University of Leiden, Deputy Director of the Institute of Air and Space Law, President Emeritus of the Institute of Space Law (IISL).
International investment law and space
Roberto VIRZO, Professor, University of Sannio, Italy.
International environmental law and space debris
Sabrina ROBERT-CUENDET, Professor, Vice-Dean Faculty of Law, Economic Sciences and Management, Le Mans University
International transport law and Space (space tourism, spaceports) Uncertain
Stéphane MOUTON, Professor at the University of Toulouse Capitole, Co-Director of the Maurice Hauriou Institute, Director of the M2 in transport and aeronautics law.
Outer Space and International Disputes
Under the Chairmanship of Geneviève Bastid-Burdeau, Professor Emeritus at the Sorbonne Law School.
Space and international litigation
Eric LOQUIN, Professor Emeritus at the University of Burgundy.
Guarantees for the continued peaceful use of outer space: the example of the International Space Inspection
Raphaël MAUREL, Lecturer at the University of Bourgogne
Applicability and suitability of jus ad bellum to Outer Space
Jean-Christophe MARTIN, Professor at Côte d’Azur University, Director of the Institute for Peace and Development (IdPD).
War in Space: what legal regime?
Mickael DUPENLOUP, Ministry of the Armed Forces, Directorate of Legal Affairs, Deputy to the Head of the Office for Armed Conflicts.
Mathias AUDIT, Professor at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Lawyer at the Paris bar.