The Space Law Review – 2nd Edition

The Space Law Review – 2nd Edition

Pages: 157

ISBN: 978-1-83862-504-7

  • £350.00

The importance of The Space Law Review will grow each year as the value of the space domain and applications from space activities increases and, as such applications of satellite technology are brought into use and the commercial revenues from the industry are recognised. The first edition of The Space Law Review has received excellent feedback from private practitioners, academics and students around the world. This year the Review has expanded to include contributions from Brazil and India, and a chapter on taxation.

In this book: 


  • Editor's Preface
    Joanne Wheeler MBE
    Alden Legal Limited
  • International Telecommunication Union and Access to Spectrum
    Joanne Wheeler MBE and Vicky Jeong
    Alden Legal Limited
  • International Treaties
    Joanne Wheeler MBE and Vicky Jeong
    Alden Legal Limited
  • Taxation
    Tom Gilliver
    Slaughter and May


  • Australia
  • Brazil
  • Europe
  • Germany
  • India
  • Japan
  • Luxembourg
  • New Zealand
  • United Kingdom
  • United States


Joanne Wheeler MBE, Alden Legal Limited

Joanne is one of the leading practitioners in the field of satellites, having worked at both the European Space Agency and Ofcom and for over 20 years in private practice, giving her an unparalleled understanding of the challenges facing the sector. She is qualified to practice as a solicitor within England, Wales and Scotland and is ranked as a Top Tier lawyer in legal directories for her satellite and communications work for over 20 years.

She specialises in communications, satellite and space regulatory and policy matters together with all forms of commercial contracts and PPPs. She has significant regulatory and commercial expertise, and a strong reputation in the satellite industry which culminated in her being awarded the title of Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for services to the space industry in 2017. She won the Financial Times European Legal Innovator of the Year Award in 2014 for her work with the UK industry and Government in drafting and changing satellite related legislation.

She was also nominated as lawyer of the year in the UK in 2017. She has previously represented the UK at the UNCOPUOUS Legal Subcommittee. She sits on the Executive Council of the UK industry body UKspace and the Space Sector Council. She is Chair and co-founder of the Satellite Finance Network (

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