18 July 2013

BOOK: Maleshin et al on Civil Procedure in Cross-Cultural Dialogue

Dmitry Maleshin (ed)’s Civil Procedure in Cross-Cultural Dialogue: Eurasia Context, has been published on full on SSRN:

The Idea of the book is to discuss the evolution of civil procedure in different societies, not only in the well-known civil or common law systems, but also in different countries of Eurasia, Asia, etc. Civil procedure in Europe and North America is a subject of enormous scientific and practical importance. We know a lot about these systems. But we do not know enough about civil procedure in the rest of the world. How does it work and what are the main principles? Culture is one of the main factors that makes civil procedure of these countries different. Therefore it is necessary to discuss the main links between different systems of civil procedure. The discussion was held on the basis of National reports from 24 countries.

The contributors include:

MARCEL STORME, Independent
MICHAEL TREUSHNIKOV, Independent
PETER GILLES, Goethe University Frankfurt
OSCAR G. CHASE, New York University School of Law
VINCENZO VARANO, University of Florence
ALESSANDRO SIMONI, University of Florence
NEIL H. ANDREWS, University of Cambridge - Faculty of Law
JEROME COHEN, New York University School of Law
NATALIYA BOCHAROVA, Moscow Lomonosov State University
TSISANA SHAMLIKASHVILI, Independent
CARRIE MENKEL-MEADOW, Georgetown University Law Center, University of California Irvine, School of Law
ALAN UZELAC, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law
CHRISTIAN KOLLER, University of Vienna
TERESA ARRUDA ALVIM WAMBIER, Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paolo
YULIN FU, Peking University
DAVID CHAN, City University of Hong Kong (CityUHK)
PETER CH CHAN, City University of Hong Kong (CityUHK) - School of Law
MIKLÓS KENGYEL, Andrássy University Budapest
ELISABETTA SILVESTRI, University of Pavia, Department of Law
C. H. (REMCO) VAN RHEE, Maastricht University
INGE LORANGE BACKER, University of Oslo
DMITRY HEROLDOVICH NOKHRIN, Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation
RICHARD MARCUS, University of California Hastings College of the Law
DMITRY MALESHIN, Moscow State University - Faculty of Law
DAVID BAMFORD, Flinders University - School of Law
MARGARET WOO, Northeastern University - School of Law
CHIARA BESSO, University of Turin
VIKTÓRIA HARSÁGI, Peter Pazmany Catholic University
SERBAN VACARELU, Maastricht University
DANIE VAN LOGGERENBERG, University of Pretoria - Faculty of Law
ANDRE BORAINE, University of Pretoria
MURAT OZSUNAY, Independent
JEFFREY E. THOMAS, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law
VLADIMIR YARKOV, Urals State University
AZAMAT SALIEV, Independent
VIKTOR BLAZHEEV, Moscow State Law Academy
ALES GALIC, University of Ljubljana
KOMAROV VAYCHESLAV, Independent
JANET WALKER, York University - Osgoode Hall Law School
VICKI C. WAYE, School of Law UniSA
VINCE MORABITO, Monash University - Department of Business Law and Taxation
ADA PELLEGRINI GRINOVER, University of Sao Paulo (USP)
STEFAAN VOET, Ghent University - Faculty of Law
JASMINKA KALAJDZIC, University of Windsor - Faculty of Law
RACHAEL MULHERON, Queen Mary University of London, School of Law
HELENE VAN LITH, Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) - Erasmus University
DMITRY TUMANOV, Moscow State Law Academy
PER HENRIK LINDBLOM, Uppsala University
EUGENY SUKHANOV, Moscow Lomonosov State University
VALERY MUSIN, Saint Petersburg State University
FEDERICO CARPI, Moscow Lomonosov State University


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