Volume 37 No. 2 of the JOURNAL OF SPACE LAW is now available. The subject of this volume is comparative law as applied to the law of commercial human space flight. It features articles that compare the Death on the High Seas Act to commercial space flight accidents and a comparison of international air and space regimes as applied by five States with an interest in conducting commercial human space flight. As always, this volume contains an aviation and space law bibliography of recent publications. Reviews of three recent space law books are also part of this volume. To learn more about the volume’s contents, please read the Foreword.