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  1. Annotated Leading Cases

    Annotated Leading Cases


    ‘Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals is a particularly useful reference and research tool for anyone interested in specific legal aspects of the law of the tribunals.'
    Frederik Naert in 49 Military Law and the Law of War Review (2010) 243.

    The establishment of the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda raised many new legal issues, such as the competence of the Security Council of the United Nations to establish a criminal tribunal, the relationship between the Tribunal and national authorities and the protection of vulnerable witnesses without violating the rights of the defence at the same time.

    In dealing with these and other issues, one has to bear in mind that there was no useful precedent to guide the International Tribunals in their work. The Intergovernmental Conference for the creation of the statute of the International Criminal Court met with these very same challenges. Therefore, it was and is a major challenge for the Tribunals and the International Criminal Court to come up with creative solutions to legal problems in a manner that enables them to function effectively and fully respects the rights of the accused. The Tribunal’s and Court’s case law provides some of these solutions.

    Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals provides you with the full text of the most important decisions, including concurring, separate and dissenting opinions. Distinguished experts in the field of international criminal law have commented the most important decisions of the ICTY, ICTR, The Special Court for Sierra Leone, The Special Panels for Serious Crimes in Timor-Leste and the ICC.

    The series is useful for students, scholars, legal practitioners, judges, prosecutors and defence counsel who are interested in the various legal aspects of the law of the ICTY, ICTR and other forms of international criminal adjudication.

    The series is accompanied by a website: www.annotatedleadingcases.com. For subscription details please refer to the website.

    Annotated Leading Cases of International Criminal Tribunals is published under the editorial supervision of Prof. André Klip (Maastricht University, the Netherlands) and Prof. Steven Freeland (University of Western Sydney, Australia).

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  2. Supranational Criminal Law: Capita Selecta

    Supranational Criminal Law: Capita Selecta


    The time that criminal law was pre-eminently a national matter is gone. Criminal law and criminal procedure is no longer solely a product of decisions made by national legislative bodies, applied by national police, prosecutors and judges. A new criminal law is developing which goes beyond separate nations: supranational criminal law.

    One example of this development is the relatively young body of law concerning war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide. Particularly essential to this development has been the establishment of the ICTY, the ICTR and the ICC, and of many internationalised tribunals all over the world. A second example of the development towards the supranationalisation of criminal law can be seen on a more regional level. In Europe for instance, the area of criminal law has become a prioritised field of co-operation in the third pillar of the European Union. These supranational criminal systems are criminal systems sui generis.

    That at least is the presupposition of this series on supranational criminal law. The Supranational Criminal Law: Capita Selecta series contributes to this discussion from a theoretical, dogmatic point of view, working towards new, consistent and fair penal systems, crossing the borders of the old law families and traditions.

    The series is edited by Dr. Roelof H. Haveman (editor-in-chief - Rule of Law Advisor, embassy of the Netherlands in Mali), Dr. Paul J.A. De Hert (Free University of Brussels, Belgium and University of Tilburg, the Netherlands) and Dr. Alette Smeulers (University of Groningen, the Netherlands).

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  3. Social Europe Series

    Social Europe Series


    The Social Europe Series gives the reader more than an introduction to the social systems of the member states of the European Union. It offers the social security expert with comparative experience the opportunity to place his or her knowledge of (aspects of) foreign social security systems in a broader national context. The series facilitates the broad comparison of the national systems, by describing them according to a uniform structure.

    Editorial board: Michael Adler (University of Edinburgh), Anne Davies (University of Oxford), Guus Heerma van Voss (University of Leiden), Frank Hendrickx (University of Leuven & Tilburg University), Frans Pennings (Utrecht University), Sophie Robin-Olivier (University of Paris X Nanterre), Achim Seifert (University of Luxembourg ), Sara Stendahl (Göteborg University) and Bernd Waas (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt).

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  4. Human Rights Research Series

    Human Rights Research Series


    The Human Rights Research Series’ central research theme is the nature and meaning of international standards in the field of human rights, their application and promotion in the national legal order, their interplay with national standards, and the international supervision of such application. Anyone directly involved in the definition, study, implementation, monitoring, or enforcement of human rights will find this series an indispensable reference tool.

    The Series is published together with the world famous Netherlands Network for Human Rights Research (formerly School of Human Rights Research), a joint effort by human rights researchers in the Netherlands.

    Editorial Board: Prof. dr. Antoine Buyse (Utrecht University), Prof. dr. Fons Coomans (Maastricht University), Prof. dr. Yvonne Donders (Chair - University of Amsterdam), Dr. Antenor Hallo de Wolf (University of Groningen), Prof. dr. Kristin Henrard (Erasmus University Rotterdam), Prof. dr. Nicola Jägers (Tilburg University), Prof. Titia Loenen (Leiden University) Prof. dr. Janne Nijman (T.M.C. Asser Instituut) and Prof. dr. Brigit Toebes (University of Groningen).

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  5. European Family Law

    European Family Law


    ... the European Family Law Series [plays] an important role in informing lawyers across Europe and beyond about developments in other jurisdictions, and in continually assessing the potential for hamonisation in the field.
    Brian Sloan in Rabels Zeitschrift 74 (2010)

    The European Family Law series is dedicated to the harmonisation and unification of family and succession law in Europe. The series includes comparative legal studies and materials as well as studies on the effects of international and European law making within the national legal systems in Europe.

    The series is published under the auspices of the Organising Committee of the Commission on European Family Law:
    - Professor Katharina Boele-Woelki (The Netherlands),
    - Professor Frédérique Ferrand (France),
    - Professor Cristina González Beilfuss (Spain),
    - Professor Maarit Jänterä-Jareborg (Sweden),
    - Professor Nigel Lowe (United Kingdom),
    - Professor Dieter Martiny (Germany) and
    - Associate Professor Velina Todorova (Bulgaria).

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  6. Series on Transitional Justice

    Series on Transitional Justice


    Countries emerging from long periods of authoritarian rule must often confront a legacy of gross human rights abuses perpetrated over many years. During the past two decades, these age-old issues have been termed “problems of transitional justice”, both by academics and policy makers around the world. Given the frequency with which these problems arise, as well as the complexity of the issues involved, it is striking that no book series has taken the issue of transitional justice as its point of focus.

    The Series on Transitional Justice offers a platform for high-quality research within the rapidly growing field of transitional justice. This research is, of necessity, inter-disciplinary in nature, drawing from disciplines such as law, political science, history, sociology, criminology, anthropology and psychology, as well as from various specialised fields of study such as human rights, victimology and peace studies. It is furthermore international in outlook, drawing on the knowledge and experience of academics and other specialists in many different regions of the world.

    The series is aimed at a variety of audiences who are either working or interested in fields such as crime and justice; human rights; humanitarian law and human security; conflict resolution and peace building. These audiences may include academics, researchers, students, policy makers, practitioners, non-governmental organisations and the media.

    Editorial board:
    - Prof. Stephan Parmentier (University of Leuven, Belgium)
    - Prof. Jeremy Sarkin (NOVA University of Lisbon School of Law, Portugal) and
    - Dr. Mina Rauschenbach (Université de Lausanne, Switzerland and University of Leuven, Belgium)

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  7. Ius Communitatis

    Ius Communitatis


    The series Ius Communitatis – Textbooks on European Union Law de lege lata focuses on various aspects of European Union Law.

    The volumes cover the most important topics in the ‘Europeanisation’ of law. For practitioners – solicitors and barristers, corporate lawyers, judges or lawyers in state authorities or ministries – who do not wish to turn a blind eye to European law, the series provides a reliable treatment with sufficiently detailed references to the important problems. The volumes provide practitioners with all they need on the EC level, and moreover give comparative law and legal policy insight. As a series, they give an overview of those areas most affected by European law. Likewise, they provide advanced students with material for excellent examination results. Each volume is written by an authoritative expert in the field. The remaining volumes will follow in 2008 and 2009. All the books in the Ius Communitatis-Series focus on Community regulations as experienced in daily practice. Each volume covers the entire field of law in a distinctive and comprehensive way.

    The series is published under the editorial supervision of Prof. Dr. Dr. Stefan Grundmann LL.M. (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany), the co-founder of the Society of European Contract Law (SECOLA).

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  8. European Yearbook of Disability Law

    European Yearbook of Disability Law


    [T]he European Yearbook of Disability Law is a significant undertaking by its editors and contributors. Its continuation in future years offers a very fertile ground for the exploration and development of both principles and legal practice in the European context. […] It is certainly vital as a reference work for those wishing to distill and update their knowledge of the complexity of the European institutional context (particularly for students and teachers of international disability law or of European law).’
    Mark Priestley in (2011) Disability & Society, 245.

    The European Yearbook of Disability Law is part of the ongoing research programme of the Maastricht Centre for Human Rights of Maastricht University and the Centre for Disability Law and Policy of the National University of Ireland Galway. It reviews the significant developments at European level regarding disability law and policy.

    Each Yearbook contains a series of articles on current challenges and developments from senior analysts and academics working in the field. It aims to provide critical insight in the evolution of European disability law and policy and offers analysis of pressing challenges in a broad range of fields. The core consists of a review of the preceding year’s significant events, as well as policy and legal developments within the institutions of the European Union. It reviews major EU policy developments, studies and other publications, legislative proposals, and case law from the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights.

    Editors:
    - Prof. Gerard Quinn (National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland);
    - Prof. Lisa Waddington (Maastricht University, the Netherlands) and
    - Dr. Eilionóir Flynn (National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland).

    Editorial Board:
    Prof. Theresia Degener (Evangelischen Fachhochschule Rheinland-Westfalen-Lippe, Germany), Prof. Aart Hendriks (Vice President Dutch Equal Treatment Commission and Chair in Health Law, niversity of Leiden, the Netherlands), Prof. Bjørn Hvinden (Head of Research & Deputy Director NOVA, Norway), Dovile Juodkaite (Director, Global Initiative on Psychiatry, Vilnius, Lithuania), Anna Lawson ( Senior Lecturer in Law and Member of the Centre for Disability Studies, Leeds University, United Kingdom), Oliver Lewis (Executive Director, Mental Disability Advocacy Center, Budapest, Hungary), John Parry (Director, Commission on Mental & Physical Disability Law, American Bar Association, USA) and Shivaun Quinlivan (Law Lecturer, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland).

    Advisory Board:
    Prof. Peter Blanck (Chairman, The Burton Blatt Institute, Syracuse University, USA), Prof. Christopher McCrudden (Lincoln College, Oxford University, United Kingdom), Prof. Michael Stein (William & Mary School of Law and Executive Director, Harvard Project on Disability Harvard Law School, USA) and Yannis Vardakastanis (President of the European Disability Forum, EU).

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  9. Maastricht Series in Human Rights

    Maastricht Series in Human Rights


    The Maastricht Series in Human Rights facilitates and supports research in the field of human rights at the Maastricht Centre for Human Rights of Maastricht University’s Faculty of Law. The research is interdisciplinary, with a focus on public international law, criminal law and social sciences.

    Volume in the series have been peer reviewed under the responsibility of the Board of the Centre. The Series is published under the editorial supervision of Professor Menno Kamminga and Professor Fons Coomans.

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  10. European Studies in Law and Economics (EDLE)

    European Studies in Law and Economics (EDLE)


    The series European Studies in Law and Economics is devoted to further the understanding of Law and Economics in Europe. The volumes published in this series present an interdisciplinary perspective on the effects of laws on people’s behaviour and on the economic system. The ample topics address a wide audience, including policy makers, legislators, economists, lawyers and judges. The series is peer-reviewed.

    The series is an initiative of the PhD programme ‘European Doctorate in Law and Economics’ (EDLE). The EDLE is the academic response to the increasing importance of the economic analysis of law in Europe. The programme is offered by the Universities of Bologna, Hamburg and Rotterdam in association with the Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai (India). PhD students receive the unique opportunity to study law and economics in three different countries. The programme prepares economists and lawyers of high promise for an academic career in a research field of growing importance or for responsible positions in government, research organisations and international consulting firms.

    The European Commission sponsors the EDLE as an excellence programme under the prestigious Erasmus Mundus scheme. For further information please visit: www.edle-phd.eu.

    The editorial board of the series consists of Prof. Dr. Michael G. Faure (Erasmus University Rotterdam), Prof. Dr. Luigi A. Franzoni (University of Bologna) and Prof. Dr. Stefan Voigt (University of Hamburg).

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  11. Law and Cosmopolitan Values

    Law and Cosmopolitan Values


    The Law & Cosmopolitan Values series contains monographs and collections of essays that address fundamental topics in law and globalisation, which range over doctrinal as well as normative questions of International and European law, human rights, justice and democracy. A main purpose of the series is to encourage scholarship that explores and transcends the categories and assumptions on which contemporary debates on globalization are conducted, and to stimulate reflection upon questions concerning the interplay between law, policy and principle.

    Recognizing that there is non sharp distinction between theoretical and systematic work in the field from an analysis of law in context, the editors welcome studies from a wide variety of methodological traditions.
    The contributions to the series which inevitably cross disciplinary lines appeal to students, researchers and professionals in public law, international law, human rights law, political science, legal, and political philosophy.

    Editorial Board: Koen De Feyter, Patricia Popelier and Wouter Vandenhole.

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  12. Publications on Labour Law

    Publications on Labour Law


    The peer-reviewed series Publications on Labour Law, edited by the Research Group Social Competition and Law of Antwerp University, has a threefold objective: to spread high quality legal research; to raise the profile of the Research Group’s work; and to contribute to a consistent labour law.

    By studying the corrective influence of labour law on the labour market, the constitutional emancipatory dimension and the homogenous analysis of legal phenomena, the series contributes to the preservation of a consistent protection based on labour law

    Through information and explanation. the editorial board wishes to infuse the legislative, jurisprudential and doctrinal debate with an academic argument.
    Editorial board: Jan Buelens, Daniël Cuypers, Johan Peeters, Kelly Reyniers, Marc Rigaux, Kim Van den Langenbergh and Anne Van Regenmortel.

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  13. Acta Falconis

    Acta Falconis


    The series Acta Falconis contains the most important inaugural lectures of the Law Faculty of Leuven University. The volumes reflect on diverse issues in law and society.

  14. Property Law Series

    Property Law Series


    Het goederenrecht heeft de voorbije jaren een ‘revival’ gekend. Van een oud, star rechtsdomein dat terugging op een agrarische traditie, is het goederenrecht uitgebouwd tot een moderne component van het vermogensrecht. Op die manier komt het goederenrecht uit zijn isolement, en komen de raakvlakken met het fiscaal recht, constitutioneel en administratief recht, huwelijksvermogensrecht, verbintenissenrecht, rechten van de mens, enz. centraal te staan. Ook de rechtsvergelijking vormt bij een diepgaande analyse een hoeksteen.

    In dit perspectief wil de reeks “Property Law Series” diepgaande werken over het goederenrecht bundelen. Die diepgang vergt een gedegen analyse die zowel voor de begripsvorming als voor de juridische praktijk een grote bijdrage levert. Zowel Nederlandstalige als Engelstalige werken kunnen erin toegang krijgen.

    De reeks staat onder redactie van Prof. Dr. V. Sagaert, Prof. Dr. A. Wylleman, Prof. Dr. N. Carette, Prof. Dr. S. Van Erp en Prof. Dr. A. Van der Walt.

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  15. European Contract Law and Theory

    European Contract Law and Theory


    The Society of European Contract Law (SECOLA) promotes the development and understanding of European contract law including its economic, sociological and intellectual historic relation in theory and in practice. Further, SECOLA provides an international platform for the discussion of developing and proposed contract law in Europe.

    In this spirit, the book series European Contract Law and Theory (EUCOLATH) combines dogmatic thinking in comparative and EU law with strong social theory considerations and makes the results of the discussions of leading scholars and practitioners publicly available.

    Guidelines for the submission of a manuscript or publication proposal can be found here.
    For the series’ house-style guide, please click here.

    Editorial Board

    Prof. Dr iur. Dr phil. Stefan Grundmann, LLM (Berkeley)
    Professor of Private, Commercial and International Law at Humboldt-University, Berlin, and Professor of Transnational Law at the European University Institute, Florence. He specialises in national and European Contract, Banking and Company Law and Private Law Theory.
    http://www.eui.eu/DepartmentsAndCentres/Law/People/Professors/Grundmann.aspx

    Prof. Hugh Collins
    Vinerian Professor of English Law, All Souls College, Oxford, and Fellow of the British Academy.

    Prof. Dr Fernando Gómez Pomar
    Professor of Civil Law and Law and Economics at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona. His main research interests lie in the law and economics of Contract and Tort, the efficiency of judicial systems, and legal fragmentation and harmonization.
    http://www.upf.edu/dretcivil/professorat/gomez-p.html

    Dr Jacobien Rutgers
    Reader in Private Law and Private International Law at the Free University (VU) Amsterdam.

    Prof. Dr Pietro Sirena
    Professor of Private Law at the University of Siena.
    http://www.dispi.unisi.it/it/dipartimento/docenti/pietro-sirena

  16. Principles of European Tort Law

    Principles of European Tort Law


    The series Principles of European Tort Law of the European Group on Tort Law contributes to the advancement and harmonisation of tort law in Europe.

    The Group’s members are leading academics from civil law, common law and mixed legal systems who believe that the advancement of European tort law is of major relevance to European citizens and the European economy. Publications in this series, edited by different members of the Group, illuminate and analyse the existing legal position on fundamental and topical issues of tort law on a national and European level, taking into account relevant theoretical and inter-disciplinary perspectives. A key feature of each publication will be the analysis of hypothetical cases, showing clearly in practical terms where jurisdictions diverge or converge.

    It is envisaged that the series will culminate in the publication of an updated, revised and expanded version of the Principles of European Tort Law, building on the research and analysis contained in the earlier volumes of the series.

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  17. Energy & Law

    Energy & Law


    Energy & Law is a series which closely monitors the developments in energy law. Since the liberalisation of the gas and electricity markets and the development of sustainable energy sources, the European energy markets have been in constant development.

    Market players have adapted themselves to these new market circumstances and the market structure of the energy sector has change thoroughly under the influence of free competition. The implementation of the EU liberalisation directives will change the organisation and working methods of the energy markets.

    Energy & Law is published in parallel with the Dutch series Energie & Recht.
    Editorial Committee:
    - Prof. Martha M. Roggenkamp (University of Groningen, the Netherlands) - editor in chief
    - Prof K. Deketelaere (University of Leuven, Belgium and University of Dundee, Scotland)

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  18. European Environmental Law Forum

    European Environmental Law Forum


    The European Environmental Law Forum is a non-profit initiative of environmental law scholars and practitioners from across Europe aiming to support intellectual exchange on the development and implementation of international, European and national environmental law in Europe.

  19. KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP Law Series

    KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP Law Series


    The KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP Law Series brings together the results of research activities of the Centre for IT & IP Law.

    The central research themes of the series concern the legal and ethical aspects of information technology, innovation and intellectual property.

    Each book in the series focuses on the essential developments in the current legal framework, necessitated by the rapid evolution of technology in various fields, such as government, media, health care, informatics, digital economy, banking, transport and culture. The research is characterised by an interdisciplinary approach, constantly cross-fertilising legal, technical, economic, ethical and socio-cultural perspectives.

    Books are published in English, Dutch and/or French.
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    De KU Leuven Center for IT & IP Law Series verzamelt de resultaten van de onderzoeksactiviteiten van het Centrum voor IT & IP-recht.

    In de reeks komen de juridische en ethische aspecten van informatietechnologie, innovatie en intellectuele eigendom aan bod.

    Elk boek in de reeks belicht de belangrijke ontwikkelingen in het bestaande juridische kader die noodzakelijk zijn omwille van de snelle technologische evolutie in verschillende sectoren zoals de overheid, de media, de gezondheidszorg, informatica, de digitale economie, banken, transport en cultuur.

    Elk onderwerp wordt interdisciplinair benaderd met een voortdurende kruisbestuiving tussen de juridische, technische, economische, ethische en sociaal-culturele domeinen.

    De volumes in de reeks verschijnen in het Engels, Nederlands en / of Frans.
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  20. Consumer Competition Market (CCM)

    Consumer Competition Market (CCM)




    Boeken in de CONSUMER COMPETITION MARKET SERIES bundelen de resultaten van onderzoeksactiviteiten van het instituut CONSUMER COMPETITION MARKET (CCM) van de KU Leuven, onder leiding van Wouter Devroe, Bert Keirsbilck en Evelyne Terryn. De reeks richt zich op de juridische infrastructuur van de interne markt van de Europese Unie in ruime zin. Zoals CCM zelf, behandelt de reeks op een geïntegreerde wijze het consumentenrecht, b2b en b2c handelspraktijkenrecht, sectorale marktregulering, de vier vrijheden (vrij verkeer van personen, goederen, personen, diensten en kapitaal) en mededinging (met inbegrip van EU- en nationale antitrustwetgeving, EU-concentratiecontrole en EU-staatssteunwetgeving).


    The books in the CONSUMER COMPETITION MARKET SERIES bundle the results of research activities of the CONSUMER COMPETITION MARKET (CCM) institute of the KU Leuven, co-directed by Wouter Devroe, Bert Keirsbilck and Evelyne Terryn. The series focuses on the legal infrastructure of the internal market of the European Union in the broadest sense. Like CCM itself, the series deals in an integrated way with consumer law, B2B and B2C commercial practices law, sectoral market regulation, the four freedoms (free movement of persons, goods, services and capital) and competition (including EU and national antitrust law, EU merger control and EU state aid law)



  21. The Common Core of European Private Law

    The Common Core of European Private Law


    Launched in 1993, The Common Core of European Private Law is the oldest ongoing collective comparative law effort in Europe. Putting cases at their heart, each book in this series analyses a selected legal topic on the basis of real and fictional facts across different European jurisdictions. The likely outcome of the decision and its underlying legal rules are clearly set out case by case and jurisdiction by jurisdiction. In addition, the national reporters put the respective legal rules into the relevant cultural context. In this way, the collaborative effort brings not only the inner structures of national laws in Europe to the fore, but also the different cultural sensitivities forging their development in the first place. It allows a reliable map of what is different and what is common in the various private laws across Europe to be drawn, without any specific agenda for or against the further harmonisation of private law in Europe. The series comprises more than 20 volumes of work of more than 300 academics and is an invaluable tool to understand private law across Europe.

    General Editors
    Mauro Bussani, University of Trieste (Italy) – University of Macao (People’s Republic of China)
    Ugo Mattei, University of Turin (Italy) – University of California, Hastings College of Law (USA)

    Scientific Board
    Aurelia L.B. Colombi Ciacchi, University of Groningen (the Netherlands)
    Anna di Robilant, Boston University (USA)
    Francesca Fiorentini, University of Trieste (Italy)
    Antonio Gambaro (Emeritus), State University of Milan (Italy)
    James Russell Gordley, Tulane University (USA)
    Marta Infantino, University of Trieste (Italy)
    Alessandra Quarta, University of Turin (Italy)
    Mathias Reimann, University of Michigan (USA)
    María Elena Sánchez Jordán, University of La Laguna (Tenerife, Spain)
    Filippo Valguarnera, Stockholm University (Sweden)
    Franz Werro, University of Fribourg (Switzerland) – Georgetown University Law Center (USA)