RALEIGH, N.C. - Campbell Law Review will hold its annual symposium on Friday, Feb. 3, on the legal issues surrounding the domestic use of drones. The daylong event will feature five panels with 22 legal scholars from across the country and a keynote address by Dr. Gregory McNeal.
From Kitty Hawk to Blowing Rock, the history of flight in North Carolina is an ever-evolving story that is entering a new chapter with the widespread use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) by businesses, private individuals and government entities. Speakers and participants will examine legal and policy issues arising from the use of drones.
“Drones are all over the news, and many of the legal questions and concerns related to their use and oversight still need to be sorted out,” said Campbell Law Dean J. Rich Leonard. “I applaud our Campbell Law Review for putting together such a stellar cast of experts and thought leaders for this timely and needed conversation.”
The symposium includes 6.25 hours of continuing legal education (CLE) credit, is free for students and open to the general public for a nominal charge. Click here to register online. Registration will close at 5 p.m. on Friday, January 27.
A complete list of participants includes:
Ron Adams—Baker Roofing Company
Adam Banks—Felton Banks, PLLC
Shawn Bullard—Duetto Group, LLC
Ashley Felton—Felton Banks, PLLC
Stephen Hartzell—Brooks Pierce
Jonathon Hauenschild—ALEC Task Force on Communications and Technology
Susan Hofer—Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP
David Levine—Elon University School of Law
Dr. Gregory McNeal—Pepperdine University
Richard Myers—University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law
Amelia Niemi—Antonelli Law Drone/UAS Practice Group
Melanie Reid—Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law
Andrew Riolo—Riolo Law
Brian Schoolman—Safran Law Offices
Kyle Snyder—NC State University NGAT Consortium Director
Patrick Togni—King & Spalding LLP
Rep. John Torbett—N.C. General Assembly
Joseph Vacek—University of North Dakota Aerospace
Gregory Walden—George Mason University School of Law
E. Gregory Wallace—Campbell Law School
Perry Wright—Safran Law Offices
Symposium sponsors include Stubbs & Perdue, P.A. and Go Unmanned.
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