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Recueil des Cours, Collected Courses free pdf La competence universelle civile, par A. Bucher, professeur honoraire de l'Universite de Geneve. Limitations on Party Autonomy in International Commercial Arbitration by G. Cordero-Moss, Professor at the University of Oslo. Intellectual Property: Cross-Border Recognition of Rights and National Development by M. Sinjela, Professor at the University of Lusaka. International Co-operation in Energy Affairs by R. Dolzer, Professor at the University of Bonn (Retired).

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Andreas Bucher, ne le 19 fevrier 1946 a Zurich. Licencie en droit (1970, Universite de Zurich), docteur en droit (1974, Universite de Bale), Brevet d'avocat (1981, Geneve). Assistant a la faculte de droit de Zurich (1970-1971). Assistant, puis charge de recherches a la faculte de droit de Geneve (1971-1980). Charge de cours aux facultes de droit de Geneve (1979-1983), de Fribourg (1981-1983) et de Berne (1982-1983). Professeur invite a la faculte de droit de l'Universite de Fribourg (1983-1987). Professeur ordinaire a la faculte de droit de l'Universite de Geneve (1983-2008), directeur du departement de droit civil (1987-1993) et du Departement de droit international prive (1993-1998, 2000-2008), president de la section de droit prive (1998-2000). President du Senat de l'Universite de Geneve (1995-2000). Depuis 2008, professeur honoraire de l'Universite de Geneve. Membre de la delegation suisse aux dix-septieme, dix-huitieme, dix-neuvieme et vingtieme sessions diplomatiques de la Conference de La Haye de droit international prive (1993, 1996, 2001, 2005) ainsi que lors de la session de la Commission speciale a caractere diplomatique sur la protection internationale des adultes (1999- vicepresident). Expert de la delegation suisse aux reunions de la Commission speciale sur la competence et les jugements etrangers en matiere civile et commercial (1997-1999, 2003-2004)- President de la commission relative a la Convention sur les accords d'election de for lors de la vingtieme session diplomatique (juin 2005). Membre de la commission d'expert pour la codification du droit international prive suisse (1973-1978). Membre honoraire du Groupe europeen de droit international prive. Membre de l'Institut de droit international. Giuditta Cordero-Moss, born on 7 December 1951, in Milan, Italy. Dr. juris (Oslo), PhD (Moscow), Professor at the Law Faculty of the University of Oslo, Director of the Department of Private Law. Teaches primarily International Commercial Law, International Commercial Arbitration and Private International Law, as well as Norwegian contract law and law of obligations. Originally Italian lawyer, started her career in the mid-1980s working with international commercial contracts as an in-house lawyer in multinational companies, first in the Italian Fiat S.p.A., then in the Norwegian Norsk Hydro ASA. Since joining academia at the end of the century, has been researching on the questions that she had met as an in-house lawyer and on those that she meets acting as a legal advisor within her fields of specialization and as an arbitrator. Has published numerous books and articles in Norway and internationally, and is often invited to lecture at universities and organizations in Norway and internationally. General editor of the principal Norwegian law review, Lov og Rett. Judge at the Administrative Tribunal, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (since 2007), delegate for Norway at the UNCITRAL Working Group on Arbitration (since 2007), member of the Commission on Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce, Paris (since 2003), member of the Norwegian National Committee, International Chamber of Commerce (since 2001), and is active in numerous academic associations, such as the International Academy of Comparative Law, the International Academy of Consumer and Commercial Law and the International Law Association. Vice-Chairman of the Board of the Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway (since 2014). Mpazi Sinjela, born on 5 January 1954, in Zambia. Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lusaka, Zambia, and concurrently Executive Dean of the School of Law of the same University. Areas of specialization include Intellectual Property, Public International Law, Human Rights and Constitutional Law. Served as Dean of the WIPO Worldwide Academy (World Intellectual Property Organization), Geneva, Switzerland (1998-2009). Served as visiting professor in intellectual property at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights, University of Lund (Sweden)- University of Torino (Italy)- and Africa University (Zimbabwe). Prior to joining the World Intellectual Property Organization, served as senior Legal Officer, Codification Division, Office of Legal Affairs, United Nations, New York. Served, inter alia, as Electoral Advisor and Legal Advisor to the United Nations peace-keeping missions in Namibia and Angola and Legal Advisor to the Economic Commission of Africa, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Participated in the drafting of the constitutions in Namibia (1986) and Zambia (1910 and 2013). Regularly invited to present papers on various contemporary issues at the national, regional and international level. Has published scholarly works in various fields of law, including intellectual property, public international law and human rights. Founding Member and Editor of the African Yearbook of International Law and Managing Editor of the International Journal on Minority and Group Rights. Currently teaches intellectual property, human rights and supervises doctoral research in law at the University of Lusaka. Member of the Board of the Patents and Companies Registration Agency (PACRA), Zambia. Rudolf Dolzer, born on 20 March 1944, in Asang, Germany. Has specialized in legal issues of foreign investment for more than 30 years, with a focus on the law of oil and gas. Has published three books on this subject. In practice, he has been engaged in this field as advisor and, in arbitration disputes, as expert, counsel and arbitrator. Professor and Director of the Institute of International Law at the University of Bonn (1996-2009). Professor and Vice-President of the University of Mannheim (1989-1992). Prior to that he was Senior Research Fellow at the Max-Planck-Institute of International Law in Heidelberg where he was also elected to a Supervisory Board of the Max-Planck Society. Received two doctorates, one from the Heidelberg Law School (1971), the second from the Harvard Law School (1977). Has taught at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, the Cornell Law School, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Yale Law School, the Dedman School of Law at the Southern Methodist University in Dallas, the Instituto de Empresa (Madrid), the City University of Hong Kong and the Sorbonne (Paris I). Director General of the Office of the Federal Chancellor in Bonn (1992-1996). In the German Parliament (Bundestag), was appointed three times as a Member of Commissions of Enquiry (between 1989 and 2002). Was a part-time journalist writing in the major German newspapers (1979-1992). Member of the Board of the International Development Law Institute in Rome (1998-2007). Member of the Steering Group of the German-Russian Forum on Raw Materials (since 2009). Awarded the Federal Cross of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany (2010).

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Author : Academie de Droit International de la Haye
Publisher : Brill
Data Published : 01 April 2015
ISBN : 9004289372
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