- Unprecedented work on drones and their rapidly growing technology
- Easy-to-follow research guide covering primary and secondary resources
- Abundant research material that details the use of drones and how to locate specific laws, regulations, and federal and state agencies that govern them
- Perfect for students, lawyers, and any citizen researching all matters regarding drones, including their usage and restrictions
About This Title
Drones have garnered recent global headlines, yet these unmanned aircraft (UA), also known as unmanned aircraft vehicles (UAVs), have been around since 1849. In addition to military use, drones are used for consumer or commercial purposes, by local police departments and government agencies, and by corporations. Not to mention there are the “unsavory” uses of drones—tracking people, closing down facilities, and even assassination.
The guide covers all aspects of operators and users, including the hobbyist, commercial operator, military drone user, and law enforcement. Explore easy-to-access primary and secondary resources such as newspaper articles, magazine pieces, law review articles, and more. This legal research guide aides the legal community of students, lawyers, and any citizen researching all matters encompassing drones.
About the Author
Carol A. Fichtelman is an attorney and legal editor/writer based in St. Louis. She received her B.A. in History at Ohio State University and her J.D. from the University of Toledo College of Law. Licensed to practice law in Michigan, Washington, D.C., Virginia, and Missouri, she worked as a Staff Attorney for Monroe County Legal Services in Michigan and for Legal Counsel for the Elderly in Washington, D.C. In addition, she served as an Elder Law Advocate for nursing home residents in Virginia, before moving to Missouri where she became Managing Attorney and Director of the Pension Benefits Project. Her experience practicing law consisted of procuring benefits for and advising clients of their right to pension and government benefits.
This title is the third volume that Fichtelman has authored in Hein’s Legal Research Guide series. Her first publication is Volume 68 in the Legal Research Guides, entitled Prisoners’ Rights, published in late 2017; the second is Right To Be Forgotten, Volume 73, published in 2018. She also is a Contributing Editor to River Styx, a literary magazine published in St. Louis, Missouri.
Drones: A Legal Research Guide*
Legal Research Guides, Volume 79
Item #: 1006624
Pages: xviii, 55p. (74p. total)
1 Volume, perfect bound…….$85.00
Published: Getzville; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2019
*Standing order customers automatically receive this title.