Louisiana Bar Journal Features Zach Miller article on Space Law

Posted on Tuesday, February 8th, 2022 | Posted in Site Blog

Space Law for the Louisiana Practitioner: 37 Years Later

By Zach Miller | From The Louisiana Bar Journal | February/March 2022

Throughout undergraduate studies and law school, I developed a niche interest in the field of space law  that is, the body of domestic and international laws that govern the use and exploration of outer space. It is unlikely that many other practicing attorneys in Louisiana have even heard of this field, much less written articles about it. As a result, you can imagine my surprise to discover that not only has an attorney
written an article on space law as it relates to Louisiana, but that attorney is a retired partner at my own firm…  Read the full article here


About Zach Miller

Zach Miller is an Associate in Chaffe McCall’s Baton Rouge office focusing on commercial litigation and appellate law.  He is a highly regarded lawyer who will advise and represent clients in aviation & space,  construction, healthcare, international law, and labor & employment matters.

Before joining Chaffe McCall, Zach served as a Judicial Law Clerk to Judge Shelly D. Dick at the United States District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana and worked in the Office of the Louisiana Solicitor General, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, and the White House, where he gained experience in science, aviation, space technology, and international issues.