The International Space University (ISU), with its 31 approach of international, interdisciplinary and intercultural education in the field of space, brings together students from all parts of the globe and from backgrounds as diverse as law, engineering, medicine and art. Similarly, the Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition also brings together students from all over the world in the pursuit of space education. However, participants of the Lachs Moot are traditionally only students of international law. This paper describes the experience of a non-traditional team, composed of an astrophysicist, aerospace engineer and analytical chemist, representing ISU in the 2009 Lachs Moot. This paper recounts their journey to provide a means for non-lawyers to gain insight into legal thinking and further their relations with professional lawyers. It concludes with recommendations and suggestions for the organizers of the Lachs Moot, which seek to provide food for thought for the future of legal education and outreach.