Academic Consulting

Papillon Space Consulting LLC

Initial Consultation (10 minutes)

Free Initial Consultation with Professor Alissa J. Haddaji. Limited spots are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Wait time can range from 3 to 24 weeks.

Academic Consultation (30 minutes)

Skip the line and book your Academic Consultation guarantee with Professor Alissa J. Haddaji within 3 weeks of the appointment reservation date. After purchase, you will be contacted and have the ability to send in a resume, any questions you have, and a paper (max. 10 pages) if desired. You will be able to schedule your appointment within 3 weeks.

Academic Consultancy Bundle (5x 30 minutes)

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Alissa J. Haddaji

Faculty researcher and lecturer, Space Law, Policy and Ethics

ADJ Prof. Alissa J. Haddaji is the volunteer founder and director of The Space Consortium, and of Space Week (formerly known as Space Week at Harvard – now extended to the greater Boston area). She is the International Academy of Astronautics coordinator of the United Nations mandated SMPAG ad-hoc Legal Working Group on Planetary Defense and a faculty researcher in Space Law, Policy and Ethics, specialized in International Space Threat Management. She created and taught Harvard’s and Harvard Law School’s Space Law, Policy and Ethics curriculum (2019-2022). She also launched and teaches Boston College Law School’s and Paris-Saclay University’s Space Law, Policy and Ethics courses. Haddaji specializes in International Space Threat Management (Planetary Protection/Planetary Defense). In parallel to her Consortium, teaching and SMPAG work, she currently serves as the Vice-Chair of the International Astronautical Federation’s Near Earth Object & Planetary Defense committee. Previously to her Planetary Defense work, Haddaji was the International Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) Planetary Protection Project Officer (2015-2019), a senior researcher in space economics at Harvard Business School (2020), a research fellow at Harvard Kennedy School and a visiting scholar at the GWU Space Policy Institute. She holds a PhD in Science and Technology Studies, and Master’s Degrees in Planetary Science (spe. oceanography), History/International Relations, Political Science, Law and Socio-Anthropology, from Brown University, La Sorbonne University and Bordeaux 1 University.

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