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EJCCL aims to play a major role in (international and European) commercial law and offers the latest factual, accessible and scientifically reliable information to legal scholars, practitioners, courts and legislators.
Commercial law covers many fields of law, including transport law, international trade law, insurance law, sale of goods law (commercial transactions), securities and payment-systems (bills of exchange, electronic payments), e-commerce, arbitration law, agency, litigation, conflict of laws and commercial dispute resolution.
EJCCL offers comprehensive information in these key areas of commercial law. Furthermore, it meets scientific requirements of the highest standards, including having an excellent board of editors, reliable and competent correspondents, a ‘peer review’ team and first-rate contributors. The board of editors controls the journal, and identifies topics and developments which should be addressed. Further attention from universities and practitioners will be called for, and will enhance the status of the journal (which aims at the highest academic level, and equal esteem in legal practice).
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Michael Bridge, London School of Economics
Jason Chuah, City Law School, City Univerity London
Malcolm Clarke, University of Cambridge (St. John’s College)
Herman Cousy, Catholic University of Leuven
Tobias Eckardt, Ahlers & Vogel Lawyers, Leer, Germany
Anka Ernes, Open University of the Netherlands
Helmut Heiss, University of Zurich
Marc Hendrikse, University of Amsterdam; Open University of the Netherlands (editor-in-chief)
Philip van Huizen, Utrecht University; JPR
Jérôme Kullmann, University of Paris
Cecile Legros, Normandy University
Leander D. Loacker, University of Zürich
Nick Margetson, Margetson Lawyers, Rotterdam
David Morán Bovio, University of Cádiz
María Victoria Petit Lavall, Universitat Jaume I
Burghard Piltz, University of Bielefeld; Ahlers & Vogel
Rechtsanwälte PartG mbB Hamburg
Jac Rinkes, Open University of the Netherlands; University of Amsterdam
Caroline Van Schoubroeck, Catholic University of Leuven
Frank Stevens, Erasmus Law Centre, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Verica Trstenjak, former Advocate General at the ECJ; University of Vienna
Britt Weyts, Antwerp University
Ralph de Wit, Free University of Brussels; CGK Advocaten te Antwerpen
Stefano Zunarelli, University of Bologna; Studio Legale Zunarelli e Associati
Editorial Secretary of the EJCCL is: Michele Reumers
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