Rick Citron is an attorney and partner in Citron & Deutsch in Los Angeles, CA. He is also an entrepreneur with a special interest in space commercialization. He has contributed to the success stories of hundreds of companies, utilizing his experience and the synergy of a carefully nurtured network of professionals throughout the world. Mr. Citron's support and counsel have fostered positive business relationships and created an entrepreneurial client base for his firm, Citron and Deutsch. He continues to share his knowledge and experience through guest seminars on raising capital, technology, and the law. Mr. Citron graduated from the University of California at Berkeley in 1966 with a Bachelor of Science degree in statistics. He obtained his Master of Business Administration degree in marketing from U.C. Berkeley in 1967 and, in 1970, his Juris Doctor degree from UCLA. He was an Assistant Professor of business statistics, marketing and business law at California State University, Northridge, from 1968 to 1973, and an Instructor of Corporations at Western State University, 1970-1973. Rick built his first micrograin rockets in the late 1950's and assisted his brother, Bob Citron, in the formation and capitalization of Spacehab, Inc. and Kistler Aerospace Corporation. Mr. Citron abilities, understanding, guidance, and counseling for space entrepreneurs is without a doubt among the finest if not the finest in the industry and advocacy world.