Greg McNeal delivers keynote address “Drones and the Future of Aviation” at Campbell Law Review Symposium

February 14, 2017 | By Kylie Larkin — Professor Greg McNeal delivered the keynote address on “Drones and the Future of Aviation: Key Issues in Law and Policy,” at the Campbell Law Review Symposium, titled “Flying Above The Law: Legal Issues Surrounding the Domestic Use of Drones.”  The conference was held on February 3 at Campbell University School of Law in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Via the “Flying Above the Law” program:

Please join us for a catered lunch and keynote address, entitled “Drones and the Future of Aviation: Key Issues in Law and Policy,” by Dr. Gregory McNeal. Dr. McNeal is a tenured Professor of Law and Public Policy at Pepperdine University and the co-founder of AirMap. AirMap’s platform provides airspace information and services to drone operators, drone manufacturers, software developers and aviation stakeholders—reaching over 85% of the drones in operation today and more than 125 airports. Dr. McNeal is an expert on drones and topics related to technology, law, and policy. He is a nationally recognized commentator for Forbes, and a frequent keynote speaker at industry events and academic conferences related to drones, technology, law, and public policy.

More information on the symposium may be found at