The University of Nebraska College of Law is hosting its 14th Annual Washington, D.C. Space Law Conference (Space Law Week Online due to COVID) Sept. 27th - Oct. 1st with a ASIL World Speaks Space: Africa session as one of the panel sessions that week. One session/panel per day. All panels are at either 1PM or 2PM Eastern time depending on day. Monday Sept. 27th is the commercial space law panel featuring Caryn Schenewerk of Relativity Space and Allison Crutchfield of SpaceX (1PM Eastern). Tuesday Sept. 28th is the ASIL World Speaks Space series focused on Africa featuring Peter Martinez of Secure World Foundation, Julia Selman Ayetey of Ashong Benjamin & Associates, and Timiebi Aganaba of Arizona State University (2PM Eastern). Wednesday Sept. 29th is the spectrum panel with Jennifer Manner of Echostar and Jennifer Warren of Lockheed Martin (2PM Eastern). Thursday Sept. 30th is the Artemis Accords panel with Mike Gold of Redwire Space, Rebecca Bresnik of NASA and Frans von der Dunk of UNebraska (1PM Eastern). Friday Oct. 1st is the law of armed conflict and neutrality and proportionality in space panel with Dale Stephens of Univ. of Adelaide, Andrea Harrington of the Air University, US Air Force, and Chris Borgen of St. Johns University (1PM Eastern). Register by individual session.