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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Follow this link for the Competition Rules.

 

Follow this link for the 2017 Calendar.

 

Follow this link for the 2017 Moot Problem: Case concerning Operation and Destruction of Satellites in Times of Peace and Armed Conflict (Elara v. Orthosie Coast).

 

Follow this link for the 2016 Moot Problem: Case concerning Asteroid Mining Activities and Orbital Mineral Processing Facilities (Proteus v. Laomedeia).

 

Follow this link for the 2015 Moot Problem: Case concerning Scientific Investigation and Nuclear Power Use on Orbital Space Stations (Themisto v. Bergelmir).

 

Follow this link for the 2014 Moot Problem: Case concerning State Succession and International Responsibility for Satellite Operations (Enceladus v. Hyperion).

 

Follow this link for the 2013 Moot Problem: Case concerning the Aerial and Space Incidents of 6 October 2044 (Caliban v. Prospero).

 

Follow this link for the 2012 Moot Problem: Case concerning Certain Actions of Human Settlements on Mars and Related Actions on Earth (Cassini v. Itokawa).

 

Follow this link for the 2011 Moot Problem: Case concerning the Spacecraft Collision in Outer Space on 26 September 2007 (Lacerta v. Eridanus).

 

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