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Project directors:
Professor Lionel Bently, University of Cambridge: lb329[at]cam.ac.uk
Professor Martin Kretschmer, CREATe, University of Glasgow: Martin.Kretschmer[at]glasgow.ac.uk

National editors:
Professor Ronan Deazley, University of Glasgow: ronan.deazley[at]glasgow.ac.uk
Dr Friedemann Kawohl, Villingen-Schwenningen: fkawohl[at]t-online.de
Dr Joanna Kostylo, Assistant Director, The British School at Rome: j.kostylo[at]bsrome.it
Dr Frédéric Rideau, Université de Poitiers: frederic.rideau[at]univ-poitiers.fr
Dr Oren Bracha, University of Texas: obracha[at]law.utexas.edu
Dr José Bellido, Birkbeck College, University of London: jabellido[at]hotmail.com

Sub-editor:
Luis Sundkvist, University of Cambridge: las36[at]cam.ac.uk


Technical:
Karin Hoehne, Database design/Programming/Website design: karinhoehne[at]akasushi.de
Gaenor Moore, Secretary, Centre for Intellectual Property & Information Law (CIPIL): gm367[at]cam.ac.uk



The Research Group at work (March 2007)


From left to right:
Deazley, Bracha, Bently, Hoehne, Kawohl, Kostylo, Kretschmer and Rideau.




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