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Teresa Arruda Alvim Wambier, Pontificia Universidade Catolico de San Paulo, Brazil, Professor, LLd and LLm of Law at Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo. Coordinator of the Centre for Post Graduate Studies of Civil Procedure. President of the Instituto Brasileiro de Direito Processual. Vice President of Instituto Ibero Americano de Derecho Procesal. Member of the Board of the International Association of Procedural Law. Member of the Instituto Panamericano de Derecho Procesal, of the Portuguese Institute of Procedural Law. Editor-in-chief of the Brazilian Revista de Processo since 1983. General “Rapporteuse” of the Committee in change of drawing up a Bill for a new Brazilian Civil Procedural Code. (SSRN)




Dmitry Maleshin

Russian scholar and author in the field of civil procedural law, legal culture, comparative law and legal education. He has authored more than 100 peer reviewed articles as well as contributing to a number of text books and other works.

Currently he is a Professor of Civil Procedural Law at Moscow State Lomonosov University and National Research University Higher School of Economics. He studied law at MSU where he received his PhD (“Candidate of Law” degree) in 2002 and DSc (“Doctor of law” degree) in 2011 by defending his thesis, “The System of the Russian Civil Justice”. He has been a Visiting Scholar at Yale Law School (2004) and Harvard Law School (2008).

Prof. Maleshin is a member of numerous Russian and international associations in the field of civil procedure and legal education, including International Association of Procedural LawInternational Association of Judicial Independence and World Peace,  etc. He engages in legislative activities in Russia and different international scholar projects. International academic activity also includes lecturing abroad (e.g., Pavia University, Italy, 2015; Bordeaux University, France, 2016) and administrating the conferences (e.g., Moscow Congress of the IAPL, 2012).

He also acts as a consultant and legal expert in the Russian and foreign civil procedure and ADR.

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Scopus Author ID: 56601452900

ORCID: 0000-0003-2173-9800


SSRN: SPIN: 4586-3170  h-index – 7



Deepankar Sharma, He is also appointed as the Coordinator of Centre for Competition Law & Policy at NLU Jodhpur. He is the Chief Editor at Indian Competition Law Review. He is also an Editor at NLUJ Law Review (A Flagship Journal of NLU Jodhpur). He is Faculty Advisor/Member at Centre for Corporate Governance at NLU Jodhpur as well as Faculty Advisor at Centre for Litigation Studies at NLU Jodhpur. He is the Member of BRICS Law Institute at NLU Jodhpur,
established by a MoU between six BRICS Member Universities at Russia in 2015. Recently he was also appointed as Arbitrator at Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC) and was included in its Young Practitioners Group

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YULIN FU, associate professor in Peking University School of Law, teaches courses of Civil Procedure, Arbitration, Legal Practice, Resolution of Civil and Commercial Disputes in China. Former judge in Maritime Court (1987–1994) and a current arbitrator in CIETAC and BAC (partime, 1999–). Visiting scholar in Yale University Law School(2006), Montreal University Law School(2005–2006), Tübingen University Law School(2001), and Northeastern University Law School(2001). Member of IAPL (2006–). More than 40 published articles on Chinese/comparative civil justice and 10 translated books on civil procedure.

South Africa

Daniël (Danie) van Loggerenberg has been practising as a member of the Pretoria Society of Advocates since 1 February 1990. He was awarded senior status on 7 May 2002. On 1 January 2010 he was appointed as an
Extraordinary Professor of Law, Department of Civil Procedure, at the University of Pretoria. Prior to him commencing practice as an advocate, he was a professor and head of the Department of Procedural Law at the
University of Port Elizabeth (now the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth). He obtained the degree Doctor Legum in 1987 with a thesis on court control and party control in civil procedure. In
this regard an in-depth study of the principles of the law of civil procedure and a comparative law study of the South African High Court procedure compared to that of the German Landgericht was done. He has published 28 articles, notes, case notes and book reviews. He is currently the author of the two standard works on civil procedure in South Africa, namely "Jones & Buckle The Civil Practice of the Magistrates’" Courts in South Africa, 10th edition and Erasmus Superior Court Practice. He was awarded numerous research grants which enabled him to undertake research at, interlia, the Rijks University of Ghent, the Max Planck Institute in Hamburg, the University of London and the European University Institute in Florence. He has acted as an arbitrator and also as a judge of the Gauteng Division of the High Court, Pretoria, on several occasions.