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    Paul Stephen Dempsey

    加拿大麦吉尔大学航空法研究所所长

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    十大信誉棋牌的平台客座教授、航空航天法引智平台专家。现为加拿大麦吉尔大学十大信誉棋牌的平台汤姆利森全球治理讲席教授,麦吉尔大学航空与外层空间法主任,系全球著名的航空法专家。曾任丹佛大学运输法教授、运输法项目主任和国家接轨运输中心主任,华盛顿DC跨州商业委员会和民事航空管委会律师、I.C.C.主任的法律顾问。同时,也是科罗拉多州、乔治亚州和哥伦比亚特区的执业律师。

    Paul Stephen Dempsey is Tomlinson Professor  of Global Governance in Air & Space Law and Director of the Institute of  Air & Space Law at McGill University, in Montreal, Canada.  For more than two decades, he held the chair  as Professor of Transportation Law, and was Director of the Transportation Law  Program at the University of Denver.  He  was also Director of the National Center for Intermodal Transportation.  Earlier, he served as an attorney with the  Civil Aeronautics Board and the Interstate Commerce Commission in Washington,  D.C., and was Legal Advisor to the Chairman of the I.C.C. He is admitted to  practice law in Colorado, Georgia and the District of Columbia.
    Professor Dempsey was a Fulbright Scholar,  was awarded the Transportation Lawyers Association Distinguished Service Award,  and was designated the University of Denver's Outstanding Scholar.  He was the first individual designated the  University of Denver's Hughes Research Professor, and DePaul University's  Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law.   The Colorado transportation community named him “Educator of the Year”,  and inducted him into the Colorado Aerospace Hall of Fame.  For 23 years, he was faculty editor of the  Transportation Law Journal.  He also  served on the Editorial Boards of the Denver Business Journal, and The Aviation  Quarterly (Lloyds, London), and currently serves on the Editorial Board of the  German Journal of Air & Space Law, and as Editor-in-Chief of the Annals of  Air & Space Law.  Professor Dempsey  has published more than 20 books and ninety law review and academic journal  articles, and scores of newspaper and news magazine editorials.
    From 1986 to 1998, he was host of KWGN-TV's  weekly talk show, "Your Right to Say It."  Professor Dempsey has appeared on the ABC  Evening News with Peter Jennings, the MacNeil-Lehrer News Hour, ABC World  Business Report, NBC Today, ABC Good Morning America, CNN Crossfire, National Public  Radio, CBS Radio, NBC Mutual Radio, and other news broadcasting networks in the  United States and abroad.  His editorials  have been published in major newspapers and news magazines, including for  example, Newsweek, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal.
    From 1994-2009, Paul Dempsey was Vice  Chairman & Director of Frontier Airlines Holdings, Inc., and Chairman of  Lynx Aviation, Inc..  He was a founder  and first Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Certified Claims  Professional Accreditation Council, Inc., and President and Director of the  Genesee Foundation, Inc.  He has also  served as a consultant to U.S. and foreign airlines, railroads, motor carriers,  bus companies, transportation labor organizations, industry associations,  government agencies, and telecommunications companies.
    Dr. Dempsey has delivered expert witness  testimony and studies before the Public Utility Commissions of the states of  California, Colorado, Kansas, Iowa, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Washington, the  Province of British Columbia, and the courts of Missouri and Nevada.  He has testified before the transportation  committees of the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House of Representatives, the Canadian  Senate, and the state legislatures of Colorado, Michigan and Texas.  He has lectured in Australia, Austria,  Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, the Czech Republic, Denmark,  the Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia,  Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Macau, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand,  Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Singapore,  South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, the  United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States.  

    研究方向:

    Transportation law, air law, aviation law  and regulation.

    研究成果:

     “Independence of Aviation  Safety Investigation Authorities: Keeping the Foxes from the Henhouse”, 75  Journal of Air Law & Commerce 223 (2010).
     “Montreal v. Brussels: The Conflict of Laws on the Issue of Delay in  International Air Carriage”, 35 Air & Space Law 297 (2010).
     “Accidents and Injuries in International Air Law: The Clash of the  Titans”, XXXIV Annals of Air & Space Law 285-310 (2009); republished in the  Korean Journal of International Law 235-70 (2009).
     “Privacy Issues with the Use of Smart Cards”, TCRP Legal Research  Digest 25 (April 2008).
     “The Evolution of Air Transport Agreements”, XXXIII Annals of Air  & Space Law 127-230 (2008).
     “The Evolution of US Space Policy”, XXXIII Annals of Air & Space  Law 324-43 (2008).
     “The Financial Performance of the Airline Industry  Post-Deregulation”, 45 HOUSTON LAW REVIEW 421-85 (2008).
     “Theory and Law of Airport Revenue Diversion,” ACRP Legal Research  Digest 2 (May 2008).
     “Blacklisting: Banning the Unfit from the Heavens”, XXXII Annals of  Air & Space Law 29-64 (2007).
     "Governance of Commercialized Air  Navigation Services", XXXI Annals of Air & Space Law 213-347 (2006)  (with Janda, Nyampong, Saba and Wilson).
     "Nationality Requirements and Cabotage  Restrictions in International Aviation: Sovereignty Won and Sovereignty  Lost", 20 Studies in Air & Space Law 129-51 (2006).
     "Air Cargo Liability and Baggage  Liability and the Tower of Babel", 36 George Washington International Law  Review 239-308 (2004).
     "Carrier Liability for Loss &  Damage of International Air Freight: Plaintiffs’ and Defendants’ Elements of  Proof", XXIX Annals of Air & Space Law 91-145 (2004).
     "Compliance & Enforcement in  International Law: Achieving Global Uniformity in Aviation Safety", 30  North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 1-74  (2004) (lead article).
     "Flights of Fancy and Fights of Fury:  Arbitration and Adjudication of Commercial and Political Disputes in  International Aviation", 32 Georgia Journal of International & Comparative  Law 231-305 (2004).
     "Aviation Security: The Role of Law in  the War against Terrorism", 41 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law  649-733 (2003).
     "Privatization of the Air: Government  Liability for Privatized Air Traffic Services," XXVIII Annals of Air &  Space Law 95-119 (2003).
     "The Cyclical Crisis in Commercial  Aviation: Causes and Potential Cures," XXVIII Annals of Air & Space  Law 1-17 (2003), reprinted in Transportation Lawyer 30 (July 2003).
     "Transportation: A Legal  History", 30 Transportation Law Journal 235-366 (2003).

     "Tug of War: The Conflict between the  European Union and Its Member States Over Bilateral Air Transport  Agreements", Transportation Lawyer 26 (Apr. 2003), and 18 International  Law Quarterly 14 (Spring 2003).
     "Airline and Airport Security: Law as  a Deterrent to Aerial Terrorism", XXVII Annals of Air & Space Law  167-246 (2002).
     "Carving the World Into Fiefdoms: The  Anticompetitive Future of Commercial Aviation", XXVII Annals of Air &  Space Law 247-304 (2002).
     "Free Trade But Not Free Transport:  The Mexican Standoff," 30 Denver Journal of International Law & Policy  91 (2002).
     "Local Airport Regulation: The  Constitutional Tension between Police Power, Preemption & Takings", 11  Penn State Environmental Law Review 1-43 (2002) (lead article).
     "Metropolitan Planning Organizations:  Findings and Recommendations for Improving Transportation Planning", 32  Publius: The Journal of Federalism 87 (2002) (with Professors Andrew Goetz  & Carl Larson).
     "Predation, Competition & Antitrust  Law: Turbulence in the Airline Industry", 67 Journal of Air Law &  Commerce 685-840 (2002).
     "Predatory Pricing &  Monopolization in the Airline Industry: A Case Study of Minneapolis/St.  Paul", 29 Transportation Law Journal 129-87 (2002) (lead article).
     "The Road Ahead: McGill University’s  Institute of Air & Space Law", XXVII Annals of Air & Space Law  305-12 (2002).
     "Airport Landing Slots: Barriers to  Entry and Impediments to Competition", 16 Air & Space Law 20-48  (2001).
     "Competition in the Air: European  Union Regulation of Commercial Aviation", 66 Journal of Air Law &  Commerce 979-1153 (2001).
     "Transportation Education at the  University of Denver", 29 Transportation Law Journal 87-127 (2001) (with  Professors Andrew Goetz & Joseph Szyliowicz).
     "Symposium on Intermodal  Transportation: Introduction," 27 Transportation Law Journal 295 (2000)  (with Professor Joseph Szyliowicz).
     "The Law of Intermodal Transportation:  What It Was, What It Is, What It Should Be," 27 Transportation Law Journal  367-417 (2000).
     "Trade & Transport Policy in  Inclement Skies – The Conflict between Sustainable Air Transportation and  Neo-Classical Economics," 65 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 639-693  (2000).
     "Denver’s New Airport Finally Takes  Wing," 13 FORUM 19 (Spring 1998).
     "Pennies  From Heaven: Breaking Through the Liability Limitations of Warsaw," XXII  Annals of Air & Space Law 267-93 (1997).
     "Taxi Industry Regulation,  Deregulation & Reregulation: The Paradox of Market Failure," 24  Transportation Law Journal 73-120 (1996).
     "Airlines in Turbulence: Strategies  for Survival", 23 Transportation Law Journal 15-98 (1995).
     "The Prospectus for Survival and  Growth in Commercial Aviation," XIX Annals of Air & Space Law 163-219  (1994).
     "The U.S. Short Line Railroad  Phenomenon: The Other Side of the Tracks," UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO LAW REVIEW  425-48 (1993) (with William G. Mahoney); republished in 21 TRANSPORTATION LAW  JOURNAL 383-408 (1994).
     "Airline Deregulation in the United  States: Competition, Concentration, and Market Darwinism," XVII ANNALS OF  AIR & SPACE LAW 199-243 (1992).
     "Airline  Deregulation Results Fail To Meet Predictions," Arizona Republic, January  17, 1992, at A13.
     "Airlines,  Airports and Antitrust: A Proposed Strategy for Enhanced Competition," 85 JOURNAL  OF AIR LAW & COMMERCE 455-507 (1992) (with Professor Robert Hardaway).
     "European Aviation Regulation: Flying  Through the Liberalization Labyrinth," 15 BOSTON COLLEGE INTERNATIONAL  & COMPARATIVE LAW REVIEW 311-74 (1992).
     "Interstate Trucking: The Collision of  Textbook Theory and Empirical Reality," 20 TRANSPORTATION LAW JOURNAL  185-254 (1992).
     "The Re-Regulation Reaction,"  AVIATION ECONOMIST 2 (1992).
     "Canadian Transport Deregulation:  Rolling Across the Great White North," 19 TRANSPORTATION LAW JOURNAL  113-92 (1991) (with Prof. William Thoms and Sonja Clapp).
     "Has Deregulation Derailed American  Industry?" ECONOMICS 92/93 61 (1992), and BUSINESS & SOCIETY REVIEW 53  (1991).
     "Running on Empty: Trucking  Deregulation and Economic Theory," 43 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW REVIEW 253-319  (1991).
     "The Civil Rights of the Handicapped  in Transportation: The Americans with Disabilities Act and Related  Legislation," 19 TRANSPORTATION LAW JOURNAL 309-33 (1991).
     "The Disintegration of the U.S.  Airline Industry," 20 TRANSPORTATION LAW JOURNAL 9-46 (1991).  

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