Tamara Blagojević holds a LL.B and an LL.M in International Law, with her Master thesis on “International liability for environmental damages in Space Law”. The thesis served as a foundation for her chapter of the book on Green Crimes and international Criminal Law published by Vernon Press.
Her professional development is colored by green activism and engagement on project activities of organizations such as OSCE, UNHCR, UNICEF, Greenpeace, Human Rights Defenders, Changemakers,
ASTRA, YUCOM, ELSA, and UNDP, where the last four resulted with her being published as a co-author. 
Her most recent article, published by Jersey Law Commission Resolution Journal is titled “Sustainable Uses of Outer Space, Celestial Bodies and Resources as the End Game For Private Actors – Congruence Or Divergence?”. Tamara is also an author of various blogs on justice issues, related to Space Law, on the online blog “A Contrario ICL”. She has also been a speaker on Environmental crimes and protection conferences held by the Common Good Foundation, as well as for Washington State Bar and National American Paralegal Association webinars, all on topics related to Space Law and Cyber Law.
Shawn Case is the Founder and Chair of Enterprise in Space, a nonprofit organization to put the first spacecraft into orbit bearing the name Enterprise as a STEAM program. Shawn has experience as a health advocate and has been active with health care professionals for over 15 years.

Jonathan Kaley-Isley is a space lawyer and cybersecurity expert based in The Netherlands. He has a B.A. from the University of Florida, a Juris Doctorate from the Illinois Institute of Technology, and an Advanced Masters (LLM) in Aviation and Space Law from the University of Leiden.

Jonathan has spent his career at the intersection of law and emerging technology, directing global programs at Visa, Barclays, Blackrock, and Vanguard. Early in his career he wrote code to secure satellite communications. He is especially interested in space traffic management, space science, astronomy, and space debris mitigation. 

Mclee (pronounced Mac-lee) Kerolle is a graduate of the International Institute of Air and Space Law at Leiden University where he wrote his Masters thesis on the regulation of commercial spaceports worldwide. During his time at Leiden, Mclee worked at the International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety (IAASS) where his responsibilities focused on researching third party liability issues associated with commercial human spaceflight. He also served as the Executive Secretary for the Space Generation Advisory Council and is currently an active member of their Diversity Action Team and Effective and Adaptive Governance for a Lunar Ecosystem (E.A.G.L.E.) Action Team. In addition, Mclee is the Program Director for the Caribbean Space Society a working group of the Institute of Caribbean Studies that aims to establish a unified Caribbean Space Agenda.
Julia is a life-long space enthusiast and a practicing attorney. Julia graduated from the George Washington University Law School with high honors in 2019. Julia was a finalist at the 2018 North American rounds of the Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court. Additionally, while in law school, Julia worked at the FCC Satellite Division and was able to participate in the FCC’s orbital debris mitigation rule update. Julia has also worked with the Satellite Industry Association and as a consultant with LMI advisors. Julia is a member of the Maryland Bar.

Antonio is a consultant and speaker for aerospace policy, technology integration, sustainability and inclusivity, and education.

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Cris van Eijk is an international lawyer based in the United Kingdom. His research on space law and its making has appeared in peer-reviewed journals, several academic blogs, and the International Astronomical Union’s second Dark and Quiet Skies report. Cris holds a BA in International Justice from Leiden University College, an LLM in Public International Law from Leiden University, and a BA in Law from the University of Cambridge.

Mr. Wolff is an attorney and entrepreneur, developing a corporate portfolio of innovative and cutting edge startup companies including 3D printing technology, robotics, commercial space, and more. Mr. Wolff is admitted to the Appellate Division, First Department of New York State. He is a graduate of Johns Hopkins and New York Law School. He is an attorney in the Commercial and Real Estate Litigation Department of Sacco & Fillas L.L.P., where he specializes in business formation, corporate governance, finance, intellectual property, and real estate law. He is also a volunteer Executive Board Member At-Large for the United Nations Association, serving on the Southern District Division of New York committee where he works with 2030 Sustainable Development Goal Agenda implementation as it relates to emerging technology and space development. He has lectured on emerging technologies, public-private partnerships, and domestic and international regulatory frameworks at institutions such as the New York City Bar Association, M.I.T., the New York County Lawyers Association, the Westchester Bar Association, the New York State Society of Certified Professional Accountants Litigation committee, and more. His portfolio of companies include cofounder of Deep Space Industries, a commercial space company developing asteroid mining spacecraft and advanced smallsat microwave ion propulsion systems, headquartered at N.A.S.A. Ames in California; cofounder and Chief Business Officer of Orbital Assembly Corporation, a space construction company developing the patented Segment Truss Assembly Robot (STAR) spacecraft and the rotating Voyager Space Station, headquartered in California; cofounder of Space Initiatives Inc., an aerospace company developing advanced transponders and ballistic sensor systems which recently awarded U.S. Air Force AFWERX Lunar development contracts, headquartered in Florida; Chief Financial Officer of Immortal Data Inc., an aerospace company developing advanced data and sensor control systems for spacecraft (formerly X-Cor), headquartered in Virginia, cofounder of United Space Structures, a commercial space company designing and constructing a Lunar lava-tube facility, among other companies in his corporate portfolio. Most recently, Mr. Wolff presented at the 2019 National Space Society International Space Development Conference Policy Forum on Space Settlement held at the Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel in Arlington, Virginia.

Yana Yakushina is a young lawyer, PhD candidate, and dark-sky protection activist. She obtained her LLB and LLM with Honours at Lomonosov Moscow State University with a special focus on environmental law and sustainable development. She participated in various national and international conferences related to this sphere, successfully presenting research papers on deficiencies of current legal regulations in the field of real estate and environment protection. Currently, she is working on doctoral dissertation at Ghent University. The topic of the research is light pollution as a fast-growing environmental problem.

Upon completion of studies, Yana has worked both in public authorities (the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation; the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, etc.) and in the private sector. Additionally, Yana has completed a number of internships in international legal companies such as Capital Legal Services, White & Case etc.,