Synopses & Reviews
With questions based on dilemmas faced by the author during his past 30 years in the aviation field, this companion workbook to Practical Aviation Law contains learning exercises that correspond to each of the textbook's chapters. The workbook helps students understand the legal principles detailed in the textbook, thereby preparing them to make real-world decisions as aviation managers, pilots, mechanics, aircraft owners, air-traffic controllers, air safety investigators and other positions within the aviation world.
About the Author
J. Scott Hamilton is an assistant professor of management for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, serving as faculty chair for the Sky Harbor Center in Phoenix, Arizona, and the founder of a law firm specializing in aviation law in Colorado, where he practiced for 25 years. He is also an experienced pilot and skydiver and the former chief officer of the Civil Air Patrol. He lives in Ash Fork, Arizona.