Campbell Law Review of North Carolina’s Campbell University is holding a symposium next month on the legal issues of consumer unmanned aircraft systems.
According to an announcement from the university, the daylong symposium will be held Feb. 3 and will offer five panels with 22 legal scholars from across the U.S. Dr. Gregory McNeal, co-founder of AirMap, will provide the keynote address.
“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,” says Dean J. Rich Leonard, dean of Campbell Law School. “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 event is free for Campbell students and will be open to the public for a nominal charge. More information on registering can be found here.