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Vol. 1, No. 1+2

Vol. 1, No. 3
of Private Law

Vol. 1, No. 4
of Criminal Law

Vol. 2, No. 1

Panos Koutrakos: The Reform of Common Rules on Exports of Dual-Use Goods under the Law of the European Union, pp. 167-189

Juliet Lodge: Making the Election of the European Parliament Distinctive: Towards E-Uniform Election Procedure, pp. 191-215

Francisco Javier Garcia-Golmar Fernandez: The 'Religious Issue' in Spanish Constitutional Law - Some Lessons in How to, and How Not to, Deal with the Freedom of Religion, pp. 217-239

Mark Attew: National Competition Law and the Preliminary Ruling Procedure, pp. 241-257

Olusoji O. Elias: Globalization, 'Law and Development', and Contemporary Africa, pp. 259-275

Lajos Vékás: Guiding Principles of the Comprehensive Reform of Hungarian Civil Law, pp. 277-287

Book Review:

Frank Emmert: Joseph J. Norton and Mads Andenas (eds.), Emerging Financial Markets and Secured Transactions, London/The Hague/Boston: Kluwer Law International (1998), pp. 289-292

Eduard L.H. de Wilde: Deficient European Legislation is in Nobody's Interest, pp. 293-319

Patricia Popelier: Legal Certainty and Principles of Proper Law Making, pp. 321-342

Alexandra Xanthaki: Indigenous Cultural Rights in International Law, pp. 343-367

Frédérique Dahan: Law Reform in Central and Eastern Europe: The 'Transplantation' of Secured Transactions Law, pp. 369-384

Book Reviews:

Frank Emmert: Ole Lando & Hugh Beale (eds), Principles of European Contract Law - Parts I and II - Combined and Revised, The Hague/London/Boston: Kluwer Law International (2000), pp. 385-386

Frank Emmert: David Schultz (ed.), Leveraging the Law - Using the Courts to Achieve Social Change, New York: Peter Lang (1998), pp. 387-388

Frank Emmert: Petar Sarcevic and Paul Volken (eds.), Yearbook of Private International Law, Vol. I, The Hague/London/Boston: Kluwer Law International - in association with the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law (1999), pp. 388-389

Michael Pfeifer & Jens Drolshammer: On the Way to a Globalized Practice of Law?, pp. 391-402

Detlev F. Vagts: The Impact of Globalization on the Legal Profession, pp. 403-414

David B. Wilkins: Why Global Law Firms Should Care
About Diversity: Five Lessons from the American Experience
, pp. 415-438

Robert Briner: Globalization and the Future of Courts of Arbitration, pp. 439-445

Markus U. Diethelm: Globalization and the Future of the International Practice of Law from a General Counsel's Perspective of a Multinational Enterprise - A Navigator of Management and Steward of the 'Future of Law'?, pp. 447-460

Alan Hodgart: Globalization and the Future of Inter-national Law Firms - The Perspective of a Management Consultant, pp. 461-490

Willem Calkoen: Globalization and the Future of the International Practice of Law from a European Perspective, pp. 491-503

Peter L. Murray & Jens Drolshammer: The Education and Training of a New International Lawyer, pp. 505-543

Outi Korhonen: International Lawyer: Towards Concep-tualization of the Changing World and Practice, pp. 545-555

Viktor Mayer-Schönberger: The International Lawyer in Times of Cyberspace, pp. 557-566

Toni M. Fine: The Globalization of Legal Education in the United States, pp. 567-610

Sydney M. Cone, III: The Future Debate on Multidisci-plinary Practice in the United States, pp. 611-625

Günter Müller Stewens & Jens Drolshammer: Managing the International Law Firm: Nuisance or Necessity?, pp. 627-649

Julian Gresser: Strategic Alliance Mediation - Creating Value from Difference and Discord in Global Business, pp. 651-711

Jens Drolshammer: The Future Legal Structure of Inter-national Law Firms - Is the Experience of the Big Five in Structuring, Auditing and Consulting Organizations Relevant?, pp. 713-775

Vol. 2, No. 2

Vol. 2, No. 3

Vol. 2, No. 4
The Future of the Legal Profession


Vol. 3, No. 1


Vol. 3, No. 2


Vol. 3, No. 3
The Evolution of
Family Law

Vol. 3, No. 4

Frank Emmert: The Independence of Judges - a Concept Often Misunderstood in Central and Eastern Europe, pp. 405-409

Jacques Pelkmans: The Crucial Terms of EU Enlargement - Distinguishing the 'Core Acquis' from Less Urgent Requirements, pp. 411-425

Benjamin J. Richardson: Economic Instruments in UK Environmental Law Reform: Is the UK Government 'Sending the Right Signals'?, pp. 427-450

Maria O'Neill: A Critical Examination of the Legislative Processes and Practices Applied in the Implementation of Directive 91/308/EEC on Money Laundering and Regulation 3677/90/EEC on Psychotropic Substances in the Republic of Ireland, pp. 451-467

Siniša Petrović & Boris Štritof: Concentration Control in Croatia, pp. 469-495

Book Reviews:

William Burns: Christian von Bar, The Common European Law of Torts- Volume Two - Damage and Damages, Liability for and without Personal Misconduct, Causality, and Defences, Oxford: Clarendon Press (2000), pp. 497-498

Frank Emmert: Thomas M.J. Mö11ers, Die Rolle des Rechts im Rahmen der europäischen Integration, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck (1999), pp. 498-500

Dita Sole: Helen Staples, The Legal Status of Third Country Nationals Resident in the European Union, The Hague et al.: Kluwer Law International (1999), pp. 500-502

Dita Sole: Sylvester C. W. Eijffinger and Jakob de Haan, European Monetary and Fiscal Policy, Oxford et al.: Oxford University Press (2000), pp. 502-504

Arturas Mickus: Richard Plender (ed.), European Courts Procedure, London: Sweet & Maxwell (2001), pp. 504-505

Vol. 4, No. 1
The Future of
International Civil
Procedure Law


Anton K. Schnyder: The Future of International Civil Procedure Law - Editorial, p. 1

Burkhard Heß: The Integrating Effect of European Civil Procedure Law, pp. 3-17

Reinhold Geimer: The Brussels Convention - Successful Model and Old-timer, pp. 19-35

Haimo Schack: The New International Procedure in Matrimonial Matters in Europe, pp. 37-56

Rolf A. Schütze: Lis Pendens and Related Actions, pp. 57-68

Gerhard Walter: Lis Alibi Pendens and Forum Non Conveniens: From Confrontation via Co-ordination to Collaboration, pp. 69-85

Pascal Grolimund: Human Rights and Jurisdiction: General Observations and Impact on the Doctrines of Forum Non Conveniens and Forum Conveniens, pp. 87-118

Laurent Killias: The Lugano Convention and its Relevance for Arbitration, pp. 119-133

Lajos Vékás: Hungary and the Lugano Convention, pp. 135-145

Helmut Heiss & Anna Suproń-Heidel: EU Enlargement: Aspects of (International) Procedural Law, pp. 147-164

Daniel Girsberger: The Internet and Jurisdiction Based on Contracts, pp. 165-183

Walter A. Stoffel: Place of Performance-Jurisdiction and Plaintiffs Interests in Contemporary Societies, pp. 185-198

Peter Gottwald: Jurisdiction Based on 'Business Activities' in the Hague Draft Convention on Jurisdiction and Foreign Judgements in Civil and Commercial Matters, pp. 199-217

Samuel P. Baumgartner: The Proposed Hague Convention on Jurisdiction and Foreign Judgments: Where We Are and the Road Ahead, pp. 219-243

Book Reviews:

Maureen B. Fitzmahan: Klaus Peter Berger (ed.), The Practice of Transnational Law, The Hague: Kluwer Law International (2001), pp. 245-246

Frank Emmert: Jan Ramberg, International Commercial Transactions, 2nd ed., Paris: ICC Publishing SA (2000), pp. 246-247

Frank Emmert: Paul J. Omar (ed.), Procedures to Enforce Foreign Judgments, Aldershot: Dartmouth Publishing Co./Ashgate Publishing Ltd. (2002), pp. 247-248

Frank Emmert: Gerhard Walter/Samuel P. Baumgartner (eds.), Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Outside the Scope of the Brussels
and Lugano Conventions, The Hague: Kluwer Law International (2000)
, pp. 249-250


Vol. 4, No. 2
The Financing of

Criminal and
Regulatory Law


Vol. 4, No. 3
Vol. 4, No. 4

Frank Emmert: The European Journal of Law Reform Has Found a New Publisher - Editorial, pp. 507-510

The Rt Hon The Lord Goldsmith QC: Parliament for Lawyers: An Overview of the Legislative Process - Sir William Dale Annual Memorial Lecture, pp. 511-523

Arturas Mickus: Shortcomings of EU Antidumping Law and Policy, pp. 525-583

Michael Coester: Same-Sex Relationships: A Comparative Assessment of Legal Developments Across Europe, pp. 585-601

Christian Toggenburger: Financing Private Litigation - A European Alternative to Contingency Fees, pp. 603-627

Bruno Zeller: Determining the Contractual Intent of Parties under the CISG and Common Law - A Comparative Analysis, pp. 629-643

Book Reviews:

Dimiter Blyangov: David Palmeter and Petros C. Mavroidis, Dispute Settlement in the World Trade Organization - Practice and Procedure, The Hague et al.: Kluwer Law International (1999), pp. 645-646

Frank Emmert: A Review of Recent Important Publications in the Area of European Competition Law

  • Peter M. Roth (ed.), Bellamy & Child - European Community Law of Competition, London: Sweet & Maxwell, 5th ed. (2001), pp. 647-648

  • Jonathan Faull and Ali Nikpay (eds), The EC Law of Competition, Oxford: Oxford University Press (1999), p. 649

  • Alison Jones and Brenda Sufrin, EC Competition Law - Text, Cases and Materials, Oxford: Oxford University Press (2001), pp. 650-652

  • Simon Bishop and Mike Walker, The Economics of EC Competition Law - Concepts, Application and Measurement, London: Sweet & Maxwell, 2nd ed. (2002), pp. 653-654

Vol. 5, No. 1+2

Anthony A. Tarr: Globalization, Comparative Law and Law Reform - Editorial, pp. 1-6

Lord Hope of Craighead: What a Second Chamber Can Do for Legislative Scrutiny - Sir William Dale Annual Memorial Lecture, pp. 7-21


Boštjan M. Zupančič: Adjudication and the Rule of Law - 'Power of Logic' v. 'Logic of Power' - 'Rule of Law' v. 'Law and Order', pp. 23-126

Gülüm Bayraktaroğlu: Harmonization of Private Inter-national Law at Different Levels: Communitarization v. International Harmonization, pp. 127-172

Ieva Azanda: From Ex Ante to Ex Post Enforcement of Article 81: Efficiency, Legal Certainty and Community Enlargement, pp. 173-239

Lucy Khairy: Genetically Modified Organisms and International Trade: Precaution or Protectionism?, pp. 241-274

Michelle Bogre: TRIPS: The Polarized Debate - Does the World Need Internationally Enforceable Intellectual Property Rights?, pp. 275-292

Nadirsyah Hosen: The Habibie Government and the Law on Eradication of Corruption in Indonesia, pp. 293-321

Book Reviews:

Gabor Erdi: Karen J. Alter, Establishing the Supremacy ofEuropean Law: The Making of an International Rule of Law in Europe, Oxford University Press (2001), pp. 323-324

Maureen B. Fitzmahan: 

Vol. 5, No. 3+4

Sir Timothy Garden: The Future of European-American Relations - Editorial, pp. 329-334

Dita Sole: Services of General Economic Interest in the EU: A 50- Year-Battle Between Liberalization, Deregulation and Subsidiarity, pp. 335-408

Helen Xanthaki: Effective Judicial Protection at the National Level Against Breaches of EC Law: The Current Nightmare of Procedural Hurdles, pp. 409-446

Guðrún Bergsteinsdóttir: Positive Action Within the Field of Sex-Equality in the Context of EEA Law, pp. 447-483

Michael Tegethoff: State Street,, and the Proposal for an EU Directive on the Patentability of Computer-Implemented Inventions - A Comparison of Software Patentability in the United States and the European Union, pp. 485-510

Glenda Murphree: Does Anyone Care? Prison Overcrowding and Confinement Conditions in the United States and in Europe, pp. 511-542

Bruno S. Frey: Functional, Overlapping, Competing Jurisdictions: Redrawing the Geographic Borders of Administration, pp. 543-555

Hans Herbert von Arnim: Political Finance: Checks and Abuses - Current Problems and New Developments, pp. 557-581

Book Reviews: 

David Brandon McGinty: Alan Huffman, Mississippi in Africa: The Saga of the Slaves of Prospect Hill Plantation and Their Legacy in Liberia Today, New York: Gotham (2004), pp. 583-585

Robin Kundis Craig: Winston Harrington, Richard D. Mortgenstern, & Thomas Sterner (eds.), Choosing Environmental Policy: Comparing Instruments and Outcomes in the United States and Europe, Washington, D.C.: Resources for the Future (2004), pp. 585-589

Vol. 6, No. 1+2
Vol. 6, No. 3+4
Bonum Commune

Vol. 7, No. 1+2

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