John Wood earned a certificate in Air & Space Law from the National Center for Remote Sensing, Air, and Space Law in 2010. After graduation, he joined the group of Center alumni practicing law in Washington, DC. John began his experience at the Center as a volunteer archival assistant with the Andrew G. Haley Archive (Haley is referred to as the world’s first practitioner of Space Law). John furthered his interest in the subject matter by participating in Center opportunities such as serving as a student editor for the Journal of Space Law and as a member of the 2010 Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition team. While at the Center, John realized his interest in public service through internships with the FAA and NASA. After law school, John entered the 2010 DOT Honors Attorney Program and is now an attorney for the FAA. John is proud of the Center’s history and looks forward to, as one of many, contributing to the Center’s legacy. He will join us for this broadcast to speak to the Center’s history and his experiences as a student learning Aviation and Space Law through the Center’s many opportunities.