The IASLA Space Law Moot Court Competition is committed to fairness, equality, and integrity as it strives to provide university students around the world an opportunity to explore international space law through advocacy, debate, and academic and cultural exchange.
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Want to Participate?

To participate in the IASLA Space Law Moot Court Competition, organised by the International Air and Space Law Academy, all you need are 2 to 4 interested and enthusiastic students who want to learn a bit about space law, gain some experience in international advocacy and compete against other teams from many different countries in the world. While existing knowledge of space law is an asset, it is certainly not a prerequisite and many students participating in the Competition would not have such an advantage and would be more than competitive.


The countries in each of the regions are listed in Schedule A of the Competition Rules.


For more information, check out the Participation Guide.


If you are interested in participating in the Competition or to find out more information, visit the pages for the Asia Pacific Region, the European Region, the Latin American Region, the North American Region, the Latin American Region, or, alternatively, contact us if you have any questions about the IASLA Space Law Moot.