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Jan-Hendrik Röver
LL.M. (London), Rechtsanwalt and Barrister, Visiting Fellow King's College London, Centre of European Law.

Ludger Radermacher
Fellow, Stanford Programme in International Legal Studies.

Andreas R. Ziegler
Dr. rer. publ. et lic. iur. (St. Gall), LL.M. (EUI), Graduate of the Academy of European Law (Florence) and International Law (The Hague). Lecturer at the University of St. Gall and currently visiting lecturer at the University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia).

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.

Alfred E. Kellermann
General Secretary of the TMC Asser Instituut, The Hague; Senior Consultant and Lecturer in the Law of the EU.

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.

Ingeborg Schwenzer
Prof. Dr. iur., LL.M. (Berkeley), Professor of Private Law, University of Basle.

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

Mark Pieth
University of Basel, Switzerland.
Article

Space Station and Space Debris

Legal Aspects of Space Station Utilization

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 1 1999
Authors O. Fernández Brital

O. Fernández Brital
Article

Potential Patent Problems on the ISS

Legal Aspects of Space Station Utilization

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 1 1999
Authors C.H. Walker

C.H. Walker

P.B. Larsen
Article

What Future for the Discussions of the Geostationary Orbit?

New Developments Relating to Legal Aspects of Telecommunications

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 2 1999
Authors L. Perek

L. Perek
Article

Project 2001: Status Report of the Working Group on Telecommunication

New Developments Relating to Legal Aspects of Telecommunications

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 2 1999
Authors I. Polley and K.-U. Schrogl

I. Polley

K.-U. Schrogl
Article

International Certification for Commercial Reusable Space Transportation

Legal Implications of Expanding Privatisation in Space

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 3 1999
Authors W.A. Gaubatz

W.A. Gaubatz
Article

Property Rights and Space Commercialization

Legal Implications of Expanding Privatisation in Space

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 3 1999
Authors J. Clayton-Townsend

J. Clayton-Townsend
Article

Conference on Space Property Rights: Next Steps

Legal Implications of Expanding Privatisation in Space

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 3 1999
Authors P. Dasch, M.M. Smith and A. Pierce

P. Dasch

M.M. Smith

A. Pierce
Article

Comity in Space

Legal Implications of Expanding Privatisation in Space

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 3 1999
Authors D.J. O'Donnell

D.J. O'Donnell
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