International Institute of Air and Space Law

The International Institute of Air and Space Law, founded in 1985, collaborates with many world-class academic institutions.

It maintains close contacts with national and international organisations and businessesworldwide. The Institute is guided by a prestigious International Advisory Board.

Academic attention for the Institute's subject are commenced as early as 1938, when Professor Daniel Goedhuis was appointed to lecture on air law. A professorial chair in air law was created in 1947 and was extended in its scope to include space law in 1961. Professor Goedhuis held this chair until 1977. His successor Professor Henri Wassenbergh who passed away on 1 February 2014 was the catalyst behind the creation of the current Institute of Air and Space Law.

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