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GEOFFREY C. HAZARD, JR
Trustee Professor of Law

Geoffrey HazardHazard presented the principles of Transnational Civil Procedure to the American Law Institute in May, to the Working Group of UNIDROIT (International Organization for Unification of Private Law), and at a series of conferences in Europe. The idea is to establish procedures for legal resolution of commercial disputes in adjudication or arbitration in all modern legal systems. Has been a visiting professor at the Universite d’Aix-Marseille and is a member of Associazione Italiana fra gli Studiosi del Processo Civile.



MICHAEL KNOLL
Professor of Law and Real Estate

Michael KnollKnoll is editing a book on international trade with Ron Cass, dean of the Boston University School of Law.











FRIEDRICH KÜBLER
Professor of Law

Friedrich KublerA major force on corporations, banking and mass media, Kübler has written or co-authored more than 20 books or other independent publications and published more than 100 articles on contract and property law, corporations, banking and securities regulation, and mass media and legal theory. Many of these articles have compared American with European legal structures and developments. His textbook on German corporate law has, so far, seen five editions and has recently been translated into Spanish. He has served on the boards of the Deutscher Juristentag (the German institution corresponding to the ALI) and the German Association of Comparative Law. For five years he has been a Commissioner of the German Interstate Commission, which controls media concentration. He continues to serve on the board of the Hessian Public Service Broadcasting Entity, and is a member of the European Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee and the Frankfurt Academy of Sciences. In addition, he is a member of the ALI and the advisory board for the Center for Financial Studies in Frankfurt. In the last several months, he has lectured in Budapest on racist hate speech, discussed the regulation of financial markets at the American Academy in Berlin, and was one of the organizers of the Multinational Banking Seminar in Frankfurt. He is Professor Emeritus at the University of Frankfurt/ Main, where he has held several other positions: Dean of the law school; Founder and Co-Director of the Institute for Domestic and Foreign Mass Media Law; Director, Institute for Banking Law; and Professor of Law.

 
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