Aside from the fact that Elon Musk is looking for ways to overcome the basic challenges of landing humans on the red planet. We are buzzing to the micro possibility that one of the lucky first Human Martians could actually be a Personal Injury Lawyer ? Well, we have no facts to prove such possibility yet, but are sure that after Elon finds a way to get his Mars One spaceship to its destination in no more than 30 days of space travel and manage to protest his crew from the deadly radiation he could be faced with a whole other dilemma – Should there be a lawyer among his new settlers?

What do you think, should there be at least one lawyer?
If we do end up sending one, which type of lawyer will be best to start with?
Can we start a new society without the need of lawyers?

A USAF astronaut, test pilot, and combat veteran by the name of Richard E. Lawyer didn’t make it to space but he was the closest one to having any relationship to the trade by having a last name associated with the legal field. Lawyer was selected as one of the first astronauts to the Air Force’s classified Manned Orbital Laboratory.[2] The MOL program, canceled in 1969 before sending any astronauts into space, Richard Earl “Dick” Lawyer (November 8, 1932 – November 12, 2005) RIP.

We have scouted the net for more astronauts who were lawyers however, couldn’t find one. Should you know of one please let us know.

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