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Center for Air and Space Law Forms Task Force on Inclusion, Diversity and Equity in Aerospace

Space Law and Why We Need It

The Wild, Wild West of Space Law

Perspective on US Space Resources Executive Order: Michelle Hanlon on How the Moon Agreement is Finished

Pushing the Outer Limits of Preservation with Michelle Hanlon

Hard Law or Soft Law: The Debate About the Future of Space Law

Fighting to Preserve Human History on the Moon

Alien Hunters Need Radio Silence on the Moon

Lawyer 2 Lawyer with Michelle Hanlon and Mark Sundahl

Someday, Someone Will Commit a Major Crime in Space

The First Alleged Crime Committed in Space Raises Questions About Jurisdiction in Orbit

“We Need that Boot Print.” Inside the Fight to Save the Moon’s Historic Sites Before it’s Too Late

Outer Space Treaties Didn’t Anticipate the Privatization of Space Travel Can They be Enforced?

The Nation Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11

European Space Agency Chief Urges Humanity to Protect Apollo 11, Lunokhod 1 Landing Sites

Life After Launch: Inside the Massive Effort to Preserve NASA’s Space Artifacts

Apollo 11 Site Should be Granted Heritage Status

Space Law is Inadequate for the Boom in Human Activity There

What is the Apollo 11 Landing Site Like Now?

Preserving Apollo’s Historic Landing Sites on the Moon

Preserving Neil Armstrong’s Footprints on the Moon is an Easy Decision

Once Giant Leap for Preservation: Kent Wins Landmark Status for Boeing’s Moon Buggies

Have Space Fever? Here are Five Jobs That WIll Take You Closer to the Stars

America’s Greatest Space Landmarks Could be at Risk Due to a Lack of Space Law

Should Neil Armstrong’s Bootprints Be on the Moon Forever?

The Moon now has Hundreds of Artefacts – Should

Apollo 11 Brought a Message of Peace to the Moon

One Small Step: What Will the Moon Look Like in 50 Years?

Apollo Astronauts Left Trash, Mementos and Experiments on the Moon

Historic Preservation Taken Out of This World

Apollo 11 50th Anniversary: Who Gets to Own Moon Landing Memorabilia

How a Park on the Moon Could Lead to More Consensus on Space Exploration,

Space Act Calls for Protection of Apollo 11 Landing Site

50 Yrs of Moon Landing: Let’s Not Forget, or Forsake, the Lessons of the Past

Why the Moon’s South Pole May be the Hottest Destination in Space

Professor Hanlon, Presentation to the UNCOPUOS on Challenges for the Implementation of the Moon Agreement

Professor Hanlon Addresses the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee of the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space

UM Law Unveils New Air and Space Certificate Program for Non-Lawyer Professionals

Congressman Partners with University for Space Law Extern Program

Professor Hanlon interviewed: How to Build a Museum in Outer Space

UM Law Student Awarded Grant for International Law Weekend

In Legal Terms: Space Law 2018

Rocket Scientist, Entrepreneur Speaks at UM Law School

The UM School of Law Announces New Air and Space Law Directors