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James P. Nehf
Professor of Law and Cleon H. Foust Fellow Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis; Executive Board, International Association of Consumer Law.

Adam (Adomas) Siudika
Candidate New York State Bar (USA). LL.B. Law University of Lithuania, Vilnius, (Lithuania), LL.M. Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis, (USA). The author would like to thank Prof. Antony Page, Prof. Eleanor Kinney and Prof. Frank Emmert at Indiana University School of Law Indianapolis for their valuable remarks and encouragement. My deep appreciation to Domanskis' family from Western Springs, IL (USA) for their constant support and care.

Simeon P. Sungi
LL.B (Hons), LL.M., this work was submitted as a Masters thesis in partial fulfillment of a Masters degree in Law (LL.M.) of Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America. The author wishes to thank his Supervisor and Faculty Advisor, Prof. George Edwards for his meticulous guidance in writing the work Prof. Dr. Frank Emmert for his critiques and comments in revising the article.

The Rt. Hon. Lord Justice Thorpe
Head of International Family Justice and Senior Judge in the Court of Appeal of England and Wales. This paper was presented at the Family Law Conference in Cape Town, South Africa, which was held from 24 till 26 January 2007.

Carl F. Mishler
J.D. Cumberland School of Law, LL.M. in Health Care and Bioethics the Indiana School of Law, Indianapolis

Corinne Dr. Widmer
Attorney-at-Law Lecturer at the University of Basel (Switzerland)

Ulrich Karpen
Prof. Dr. iur., Universitätsprofessor at the Faculty of Law, University of Hamburg, Germany.

Nils Mölle
Research Assistant at the Faculty of Law, University of Hamburg, Germany.

Simon Schwarz
LL.M. (Cantab), Research Assistant at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Hamburg, Germany.

Lydia Clapinska
Lydia Clapinska is a barrister and is currently a member of the Public Law team at the Law Commission for England and Wales. This paper reflects the views of the author alone and not those of any organisation. The author is grateful to the following people for providing information and inspiration: Mr William Robinson, Legal Reviser, European Commission Legal Service, Mr Lars Mitek-Pedersen, Head of the Better Regulation and Impact Assessment Unit, European Commission Secretariat General; Mr Robert Bray, Legal Administrator to the Legal Affairs Committee of the European Parliament; Mr Bevis Clarke-Smith, Head of the Legal Revisers Group, European Commission Legal Service; Marie-Hélène Fandel, Analyst, European Policy Centre, Brussels.

Vareen Vanterpool
MA, Advanced Legislative Studies, 2005-2006, School of Advanced Study, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London. Senior Crown Counsel, Government of the British Virgin Islands.

Rehema Mkuye
Drafter at the Ministry of Justice in Tanzania.

Gail Edwards
Attorney-at-Law qualified to practise in the jurisdictions of Jamaica and the federation of St. Kitts and Nevis. MA student of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London, 2006.

Helen Xanthaki
Senior Lecturer and Academic Director Centre for Legislative Studies, IALS

Helen Xanthaki
Senior Lecturer and Academic Director, Centre for Legislative Studies, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London; Lawyer (Athens’ Bar).

Kader Asmal
The Sir William Dale Memorial Lecture for 2006 was delivered on 10 November 2006 at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, Chatham House, London, by Professor Asmal, Member of Parliament and former Minister of Education, South Africa.

Diana Bozhilova
Department of European Studies, King's College London, Strand WC2R 2LS, UK, Correspondence: diana.bojilova@kcl.ac.uk.

Jan Hagemejer
Warsaw University and National Bank of Poland. The views expressed in this paper are those of the author and not necessarily of the institution he is affiliated with.

Jan J. Michalek
Warsaw University.

Amichai Magen
JSD Candidate and Lecturer in Law, Stanford Law School; Fellow, Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law (CDDRL), Stanford University. I would like to express my thanks to Guy Harpaz and Lior Herman for their helpful comments and to the Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations, the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, for organizing the conference Approximation of Laws by Non-EU Countries to the EU Acquis, 27-28 May 2007, in which an earlier version of this article was presented. I am also grateful to CDDRL and Stanford Law School for their generous support of my research.

Michal S. Gal
LL.B., LL.M., S.J.D. Senior Lecturer and Director of Law and MBA Program, Haifa University School of Law; Global Hauser Visiting Professor, NYU School of Law and Visiting Professor, Georgetown University. I would like to thank participants at the conference The Approximation of Laws by Non-EU Countries to the EU Aquis for their most thoughtful comments. Many thanks to Guy Harpaz, Lior Herman, Arie Reich, Avishalom Tor and Spencer Weber Waller for their thoughtful comments and to Asaf Kazir for research assistance. All errors and omissions remain, of course, the author's. Comments are welcome: mgalresearch@gmail.com

Titus van Stiphout
Deputy-Director ECU/Senior Legal Officer. The opinions represented in this contribution are strictly the personal views of the author.

René Schwok
European Institute & Department of Political Science, University of Geneva.
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