2022 Space Course Pt. 2: The Case for Space Domain Awareness

Ever wonder why space domain awareness is so important to the international community and the United States? This two-part series continues with a discussion on “The Case for Space Domain Awareness” featuring special guest lecturers and authors from the United States Space Force, Cardiff University, T-Mobile, and the United States Air Force Academy. Enter the realm of the unknown as the experts begin to unravel the who, what, when, and how of space exploration.

Join us for a webinar from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 26 via Zoom.

  • An Overview of Space Domain Awareness
  • International Law in Military Space Operations
  • The Outer Space Law Treaty Provisions on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space
  • Open Data and Space Domain Awareness


Our speakers will include:

  • Gen. Nina M. Armagno, Director of Staff, Headquarters, U.S. Space Force
  • Jeremy Grunert, Assistant Professor of Law, DFL, United States Air Force Academy
  • Kelli Hooke, Managing Corporate Counsel-Contract Compliance, T-Mobile
  • Paul B. Larsen, Retired Professor, Southern Methodist University and Georgetown University
  • P.J. Blount, Lecturer in Law, Cardiff University School of Law and Politics
  • Saadia M. Pekkanen, Professor, Founding Co-Director, Space Policy and Research Center and Founding Director, QUAL Program, UW Jackson School of International Studies; Adjunct Professor and Founding Director, Space Law, Data and Policy Program, UW School of Law


2.25 Law & Legal CLE credits will be requested from the Washington State Bar Association for this event.

Registration and fees include:

  • General admission & CLE credit: $75
  • UW Student, Faculty & Staff admission: Complimentary

For more information, contact lawconf@uw.edu.

Learn more about the UW School of Law Space Law, Data and Policy (SPACE LDP) Program.

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