50th Annual Air Law Symposium Explores Aviation Issues

50th Annual Air Law Symposium Explores Aviation Issues

TOP-FLIGHT ISSUES IN AIR LAW ON RADAR OF
SMU DEDMAN SCHOOL OF LAW 50th ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM

 
DALLAS (SMU) — Followers and leaders of air law explored issues shaping the aviation industry during the 50th annual Air Law Symposium held March 31- April 1 at the Omni Mandalay Hotel at Las Colinas in Irving. Discussion topics included changes in aviation litigation in the past 50 years, cybersecurity in aviation, technical and policy issues for integrating unmanned aircraft systems in the U.S. National Airspace, and other emerging concerns. The keynote speaker Christopher A. Hart, Chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, discussed “The Challenges of Continuing Safety Improvement. 
 
Sponsored by SMU Dedman School of Law and the Journal of Air Law and Commerce, the event is the oldest and largest annual aviation law symposium in the world. More than 450 aviation lawyers and industry representatives attended.
 
For a complete list of forum events and speakers, click here.
 
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