Robin Bouvier holds a bachelor’s degree in Law (Uni. Pierre Mendès France, Grenoble, France, 2012) and a two master’s degrees in International and European Law (Uni. Copenhagen, Denmark, 2013) and International and European Affairs (Uni. of Pau et des Pays de l’Adour, Bayonne, France, 2014).
Robin is pursuing a Ph.D. specialised in Space Law at the NOVA School of Law. Since 2015, he has acquired a particular expertise in the aerospace sector notably working as partnership manager and legal advisor for Earth Observation and Space Situational Awareness projects. He regularly participates in events such as the ECSL Practitioners’ Forum, the Lawyers’ Symposium (European Center for Space Law, Paris), the SIRIUS chair day (Space Institute for Research on Uses of Innovative Satellites, Toulouse) or the EU Green Week (European Commission, Bruxelles) to talk about space law. His article ““How Would the Outer Space Treaty Be Different If Drafted in 2017?” has been awarded during the ECSL Essay Competition (2nd place, 2017).
During the next years, Robin is preparing the defence of a thesis on the privatisation of space activities and the management of private space risks with International Space Law while pursuing his work in the space industry.
Theses & Dissertations
- BOUVIER, Robin, Privatization of Outer Space: The management of private space risks under International Space Law, Ph.D. in Law Thesis (TBD)
Articles & Other Publications
- BOUVIER, Robin, “Substantive and procedural opportunities for a unified international property regime in outer space” (article waiting for publication)