Who We Are:
We are a community of government, in-house, and private practice attorneys engaged in the ever-changing law and policy of the use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems, otherwise known as Drones. We meet regularly in person and by teleconference to discuss emerging drone topics so that our members can address current issues, and anticipate future needs, to best serve their clients. The Committee also provides exceptional networking opportunities, including an annual conference held each June. The Committee strives to serve as the one-stop shop for attorneys interested in all aspects of drone law, as well as regulatory issues arising from governmental entities such as FAA.
Who We Are:
We want to keep in touch!
We are now using ABA Connect to communicate with Drone Law Committee members. This will allow for more community engagement and up-to-date information about conference calls. All committee members are encouraged to join in on the discussion. You can learn how to use ABA Connect by watching this Tutorial Video. Be sure to set your settings to the frequency of engagement that works for you!
Please check out the Forum on Air & Space Law page frequently to see all the Forum events. There are often drone law panels at the Forum wide conferences and the Drone Law Committee hosts and annual conference in June in Washington D.C.
The 2nd Annual Drone Law Conference was a success! Thanks to all of you that participated by either being on the planning committee, a panel, or simply attending and adding to the conversation and our community.
Join the Drone Law Committee
Committee membership offers you the opportunity to exchange ideas and gain insight from others who share your interests and expertise.
The Drone Law Committee is looking for speakers and topic ideas for the next call.
ABA drone related publications
- Drones Across America
- Commercial Drone Law: Digest of U.S. and Global UAS Rules, Policies, and Practices
- A Handbook on Aviation Law
- Unmanned Aerial Systems: Mobility on the Edge
Publications written by committee members
- September 2020 (Passcode: qUsM.6t#)