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Constantin Stefanou
Constantin Stefanou BA (NEC), MA (Essex), MPhil (Essex), PhD (Kent), is a Fellow and MA Director at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London.

Monika Hinteregger

Bill Atkin
Reader in Law at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

Andrea Büchler
Dr iur, Lecturer at the University of Basel, Switzerland.

Juliet Lodge
Centre for European Studies, Department of Law, University of Leeds, UK.

Francisco Javier Garcia-Golmar Fernandez
LL.M., LL.B., DIPL, DiPL, Lawyer.

Peter Schlechtriem
Professor Dr. Dr.h.c., Director, Institut für Ausländisches und Internationales Privatrecht, Abt. I, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg i. Br. The title of this article is, of course, a homage to all those colleagues who have, on various occasions, expressed their favourable views about the movement towards a European Civil Code, see, for example, Professor Ewoud Hondius and his many strong arguments and contributions in ‘European Contract Law: The Contribution of the Dutch’ in Europäisches Vertragsrecht (Hans-Leo Weyers (ed.)) (Baden-Baden, 1997), p. 45 et seq., with many references to his various articles and contributions; see also Peter-Christian Müller-Graff and his valuable ‘Private Law Unification by Means other than of Codification’ in Towards a European Civil Code (Arthur S. Hartkamp (ed.)) (Nijmegen, 1994), p. 19 et seq.

Pierre Widmer
Professor of Law, Director of the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law, Lausanne.

Frank Vischer
Professor of private law (em.), University of Basel; President, Europainstitut Basel.

Michael J. Bonell
Professor of Law, University of Rome I; Chairman of the Working Group for the preparation of the UNIDROIT Principles.

Ernst A. Kramer
Professor of Private Law, University of Basle.

Ulrich Sieber
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Sieber, Head of the Chair for Criminal Law, Criminal Procedural Law, Information Law and Legal Informatics, Director of the Centre for European Legal Studies, University of Wuerzburg, Domerschulstraße 16, D-97070 Wuerzburg, Phone: + 49-931-312304, Fax: +49-931-312797, e-mail: sieber.office@jura.uni-wuerzburg.de, www.jura.uni-wuerzburg.de/lst/sieber. The following article is based on the ‘Memorandum for the Council of Europe on a European Model Penal Code’ which the author prepared for the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe in 1996. The Memorandum analyses the future European policy in criminal matters and advocates the creation of a European Model Penal Code designed to improve legislation in criminal matters while leaving room for the flexibility needed, as different European legal regimes converge.
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