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Walter A. Stoffel
Professor of Private International Law and Law of Corporations, Faculty of Law, University of Fribourg (Switzerland), Member and Vice-President of the Council of the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law, Lausanne; Former Scientific Director of the International Association of Legal Science (I.A.L.S.). e-mail <walter.stoffel@unifr.ch>. I would like to thank Bianca Bessire and Nadia Gilliard, research assistants at the Faculty of Law, for their help in the preparation of this text.

Heiss Helmut
Dr. jur. (Innsbruck), LL.M. (Chicago); Professor of Law; Chair for Private Law, Comparative Law and Harmonization of Laws in the Baltic Sea Area (Gerd-Bucerius-Foundation Chair), University of Greifswald/Germany.

Anna Suproń-Heidel
Mag. jur. (Poznan), LL.M. (Kiel); Academic Assistant; Chair for Private Law, Comparative Law and Harmonization of Laws in the Baltic Sea Area (Gerd-Bucerius-Foundation Chair), University of Greifswald/Germany.

Daniel Girsberger
Prof. Dr. iur., LL.M., Attorney-at-Law, Professor at the Universities of Luzern and Zurich.

Laurent Killias
Dr. iur., LL.M., attorney-at-law, Zurich. This article is adapted from a paper presented at the international symposium on ‘Zukunft des internationalen Verfahrensrechts’ held in Basel on 7-8 June 2001 under the auspices of the University of Basel. The author wishes to thank Dr. Paolo Michele Patocchi, LL.M., attorney-at-law, Geneva, for his observations and critical review.

Samuel P. Baumgartner
Deputy Head, Section oF Private International Law, Federal Office of Justice, Swiss Department of Justice and Police. The views expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the Swiss government. All references to sites on the World-Wide Web were last checked on 23 November 2001.

Reinhold Geimer

Peter Gottwald
Professor of Law at Regensburg University.

Gerhard Walter
Professor of Private Law and Swiss and International Civil Procedure, Berne University.

Haimo Schack
Professor of law, Director of the Institute for European and International Private and Procedural Law, University of Kiel. An earlier version of this article was published in German in Rabelsz 2001, vol. 65, pp. 615-633, as ‘Das neue Internationale Eheverfahrensrecht in Europa’. The following English version is published with the friendly permission of the editors of Rabelz.

Burkhard Heß

Frank Emmert

Pascal Grolimund
I am grateful to the Swiss National Science Foundation and the Janggen-Pöhn-Stiftung for their generous financial support of my research, as well as to my friends, Ms Qianlan Wu, Mr Olivier Blanc and Mr André Wenker, for helping me to prepare my speech for the symposium in Basel. 1 See the other contributions contained in this issue of the European Journal of Law Reform.

Mark Pieth
Professor, Criminal Law at University of Basel.

Ernesto U. Savona

Frank Emmert

Michael Levi
Professor of Criminology, Cardiff University, Wales. Address for correspondence: Professor Michael Levi, Glamorgan Building, King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff CF10 3WT, UK, Levi@Cardiff.ac.uk. The research on which this article is based was funded by the UK Economic & Social Research Council's Future Governance Research Initiative.

William Gilmore
Professor of International Criminal Law, University of Edinburgh

Armand Kersten

Dita Sole

Eithne Mills
Lecturer, School of Law, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia.

James McConvill
Articled Clerk, Allens Arthur Robinson, Melbourne, Australia.

Maureen B. Fitzmahan
Maureen Fitzmahan is an American scholar teaching in Eastern Europe. She is an Associate Professor of Law at Concordia International University in Tallinn, Estonia, where she teaches international law and international human rights law. She began her career as an assistant attorney general for the state of Washington in the United States and later taught and did field research on East European law. She writes on the Ukrainian legal system and does research on former Soviet dissidents and justice for crimes against humanity.
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