Project Lead and Principal Investigator in the International Space Law Center, Administrative Point of Contact
International Space Law Center, Institute of State and Law to the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Academician of the National Academy of Legal Sciences of Ukraine, Corresponding Member of the International Academy of Astronautics, Professor, Full Doctor of Laws
International and national space law, international and national environmental law, comparative law
Nataliya R. Malysheva is a Deputy Director of the International Space Law Center of Ukraine (since 1998) and a Chair of the Space and Environmental Law Department at the Koretsky Institute of State and Law of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. She obtained her PhD degree in 1979 (dissertation on legal protection of environment against noise) and Full Doctor of Laws degree in 1996 (dissertation on harmonization of Environmental Law in Europe).
Member of the editorial board of several scientific journals, member of the International Institute of Space Law, member of the UNESCO National Committee "Man and the Biosphere", member of the Ukrainian delegation to the UN COPUOS and its Legal Subcommittee (since 2000), member of the advisory board of the St. Petersburg Institute of Air and Space Law (Russia), chairman of the Section of the Legal fundamentals for the use of natural resources of the Ukraine Nature Conservation Society. Member of two specialized councils for defense of the doctoral theses; Dr. Malysheva supervised more than 20 PhD and 4 Full Doctor of Laws Candidates.
In addition, she is the honored lawyer of Ukraine and Laureate of the State Award of Ukraine in the area of science and technique (2007). She was also granted several awards of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and of the Ukrainian Union of Lawyers for the work in the field of law. Dr. Malysheva participates in drafting of the Ukrainian laws and regulations concerning the peaceful use of outer space and on the environmental protection.
Author of over 400 scientific publications, published in Ukraine and abroad (Russia, Germany, USA, Brazil, Italy, etc.) (more than 60 of them - in the field of space law). She also takes part in collective monographs and commentaries on international space law, drafted in international working groups and published in such publishing houses as Kluwer, CoCoSl.