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Nathan Johnson received his J.D. from George Washington University Law School, where he founded the GW Space Law Society, and served as Notes Editor on the George Washington International Law Review. He served as the Law Student Division Liaison to the ABA Forum on Air & Space Law, and was a research assistant to Professor Henry Hertzfeld at the Elliott School of International Affairs. He interned with the FAA Office of Commercial Space Transportation during SpaceX’s first licensed flights to the International Space Station; and he interned for the U.S. Congress House Committee on Science, Space, & Technology during markup of the NASA Authorization Act and consideration of updates to the Commercial Space Launch Act. While at Nebraska Law, he is a research assistant to Professors Matt Schaefer and Frans von der Dunk, and separately is the author of Astro, Esq., a newsletter for space law students and young professionals.