Space Law Council of Australia and New Zealand (SLC-ANZ) is a not-for-profit company established to be a hub of ideas and promote the exchange of professional discussion between the law and the issues that arise out of the use of outer space, development of new space technologies and the importance of appropriate legal frameworks.
SLC-ANZ is the only not-for-profit in Australia and New Zealand established specifically to prioritise the education and advancement of law and policy concerning outer space affairs. The association achieves its purpose by applying the expertise and contribution from its membership base and from industry leaders throughout the world within its three strategic pillars of education, inspiration and engagement.
The SLC-ANZ works with industry and its members to develop publications and other submissions relevant to the Australian and New Zealand space industries.
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Corporate members of the Space Law Council of Australia and New Zealand include:
International Space Centre at the University of Western Australia