Art Dula is a renowned spaceflight visionary, an entrepreneur championing commercial spaceflight, an international business leader, and a recognized aerospace attorney. Mr. Dula has over 30 years’ experience including startup support for many new spaceflightcompanies including Eagle Aerospace Inc., Space Services Inc. which launched the rst private US space vehicle, Spacehab Inc. which built the Spacehab modules for the NASA Space Shuttle, Space Commerce Corporation (Dula was Director and President for the first US-Russian aerospace joint venture), and legal guidance to Ad Astra Rocket Company presently under NASA contract for future deep space programs. His history demonstrates legal work on international space challenges to the US Congress such as "Space Stations and the Law: Selected Legal Issues", plus support to drafting the law controlling the licensing of private space launch services. He has been a NASA consultant on Space Shuttle contracts and legal advisor for International Space Station issues. Dula’s background in academic and international areas encompass such as Professor of Space Law at the University of Houston School of Law, charter member of the International Space University Founders Association, past Chairman of the American Bar Association’s Section on Science & Technology, member of the International Institute of Space Law, Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics, Professor of Law at the Institute of State and Law in Moscow, a Fellow of the British Interplanetary Society.