Jason Crook

B.B.A., B.A., Middle Tennessee State University; J.D. Candidate, University of Mississippi School of Law. Before attending law school, Mr. Crook was employed with the office of Congressman Bart Gordon, Chairman of the House Committee on Science and Technology. In 2003, Mr. Crook represented the United States in the International Key Club Oratorical Contest, taking first place over representatives from all fifty states and twenty countries. He is the author of "Corporate-Sovereign Symbiosis: Wilson v. ImageSat International, Shareholders' Actions, and the Dualistic Nature of State-Owned Corporations," appearing in Volume 33, Issue 2 of the Journal of Space Law.

Broadcast 1037 (Special Edition)

Guests: Professor Joanne Gabrynowicz, Director of the National Center for Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law, along with students Jason Crook, Erik Lundin, Rebecca Beckett, Nathan Wilson, and Nick Welly, were the guests for this two hour Space Show program focusing on this excellent space law center. The students joined the discussion at various times during the program as we discussed space environmental issues, military space and policy, China, and the need for an interdisciplinary focus for space studies of all kind.

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