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Carol S. Bruch
Carol S. Bruch, Professor of Law and Chair, Doctoral Programme in Human Development, University of California, Davis, the US. For their generous and skilled assistance, the author of this article wishes to thank reference librarians Peg Durkin, Erin Murphy and Susan Llano of the UC Davis Law Library. The author is also grateful to Tony Tanke, Esq., Beth Take, PhD, and her colleague, Professor Floyd Feeney, for helping her to refine her thinking. Errors or omissions are, of course, the author's own.

Carol S. Bruch
© Carol S. Bruch 1999. Professor of Law and Chair of the doctoral programme in Human Development, University of California, Davis. This article also appears as a chapter in The Globalization of Child Law: The Role of the Hague Conventions (S. Detrick and P. Vlaardingerbroek (eds.)) (forthcoming). For their support of my research, I am grateful to the Fulbright award programme and to the law department of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. For sharing their expertise, I thank those many professionals and scholars I have consulted in Denmark, England, Israel, Jordan and Sweden. Lynn Welchman and Maarit Jänterä-Jareborg were notable for sharing their English translations of foreign legal materials, while Professor Stephen Goldstein and Judge Yaacov Zemach of Jerusalem and Advocates Asma Khader and Saws an Is'haq and social worker Anaam Asha of Amman deserve special thanks for opening many doors for me and serving as interpreters. For excellent research assistance, my appreciation goes to James Anthony and Jill Jackson. I am, of course, solely responsible for any errors or omissions.
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