Eytan Tepper is research coordinator and lecturer, space governance, at the Graduate School of International Studies, Laval University, and a visiting assistant professor and director of the Space Governance Lab at Indiana University Bloomington. He teaches and leads a research project on space-cyber security governance.
Eytan earned his doctorate from the McGill University Faculty of Law, where he was affiliated with the Institute of Air and Space Law, and subsequently pursued a post-doctoral fellowship at the New York University School of Law. As a lawyer, he had a career spanning the public and private sectors, resolving issues related to international trade and cooperation and financial and industrial policy. His work in the private sector included representing Fortune 500 companies (for example, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Merck and Eli Lilly) and working on Albert Einstein’s estate.