The legal system of Asgardia is founded on the Asgardian Constitution. The Constitution takes precedence over all other legal documents and is directly applicable. Asgardia’s legal acts include referendum decisions;
decrees of the Head of State; acts of the Royal Council of Supreme Values; international treaties; laws; acts of Parliament; Government resolutions; National Audit Office acts; prosecutorial acts; National Bank acts; acts of ministries; security service acts.
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Head of Nation has approved the nomination of Justices
On Leo 2, 0004 (June 18, 2020), the sixth sitting of the Supreme Space Council (SSC) of Asgardia was held digitally.
Supreme Justice speaks about the legislation process, Asgardian judiciary system and the future challenges
Government officials receive confirmation of their appointments and take an oath during the accreditation ceremony
Supreme Justice of AsgardiaFull Biography
In 2003, he graduated from Erasmus University in Rotterdam with a PhD in international law. Yun Zhao started his career at the School of Law of City University of Hong Kong in 2002, where he taught dispute resolution, Cyber Law for Business, Business Law, E-Commerce Law. He later joined the Department of Law of The University of Hong Kong, teaching Introduction to Chinese Law, China Trade Law, PRC Information Technology Law, and Online Dispute Resolution. On 28 February 2006, Professor Zhao became a Council Member of Hong Kong Internet Forum (HKIF).
PhD, LLM, Senior Lecturer, School of Law, Faculty of Business and Law Deakin University
PhD, LLM, Senior Lecturer and Chair of Law, Science and Technology Department at the School of Law, Jomo Kenyatta University
Juris Doctor, Assistant Professor of Business Law at Cal Poly Pomona College of Business Administration
PhD, LLM, Associate Professor, Department of International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Chile