Join in Beautiful Montreal this Fall
On September 18-19, 2014, the American Bar Association’s Forum on Air and Space Law will hold its 2014 Annual Conference at the elegant Westin Hotel in Old Montreal. We are very pleased to announce that our Annual Conference will once again be co-hosted by McGill University’s Institute of Air and Space law.
The Air & Space Law Forum is the premier association of attorneys who work in the global travel industry or the field of space law. McGill University is renowned for its world-class air and space law curriculum and its outstanding alumni. As Program Co-Chairs, we invite you to attend this leading aviation and space law conference and ask that mark your calendars now.
As always, we have an exciting agenda for the Annual Conference. This year’s Conference will feature a series of panels that will provide valuable overviews and updates concerning matters of critical importance to the aviation and aerospace industries. The panel topics will include consumer rights, labor law issues, divergent interpretations of the Warsaw/Montreal Conventions, international aviation traffic rights, space law developments, and global competition law issues. We will also present a general counsel panel, something attendees at past conferences have told us they found of special interest. Each panel will consist of leading authorities and industry experts, including preeminent aviation and aerospace lawyers, senior airline executives, and key government decision makers.
In addition to a first-rate program and the exquisite fall setting of historic Montreal, the Annual Conference also affords attendees unrivaled networking opportunities with aviation and space attorneys and government officials, who are from across the globe and at the pinnacle of their profession. We look forward to seeing you at the Conference. Watch for the full Conference Brochure in mid-June. Information on scholarship opportunities for law students and attorneys, as well as information on past and future conferences, is available on the Forum’s website at: