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Jonathan Kaley-Isley is a space lawyer and cybersecurity expert who has spent his career at the intersection of law and emerging technologies. He has a BS from the University of Florida, a Juris Doctorate (JD) from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, and an Advanced Masters (LLM) in Aviation and Space Law at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands. He has been involved in legal education, mentoring, and information governance for 25 years. An experienced leader and innovator, he is interested in ensuring the sustainability of human activities in space for future generations.
Antonio is a consultant and speaker for aerospace policy, technology integration, sustainability and inclusivity, and education.
🌏 Minerva University Alumnus
🏔 FutureTalks Foundation Arctic Expedition Member
UHG Foundation Himalayas Expedition Member
Marine Corps Officer
🛰 SGAC Asia-Pacific Regional Coordinator
Moon Village Association East Asia Regional Coordinator
🎖 IAF Emerging Space Leader 2022
Tencent THINC Fellow
Korea Prime Ministerial National Talent Award
SGAC Pioneer Award
The Mars Generation 24 Under 24
#17 Top Men to follow on LinkedIn for Aviation & Aerospace
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.
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.,