Editorial Council
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.

Shasthri Vedantam, Honorary member of the Council. Professor and Additional Dean, Faculty of Law National Law University Jodhpur India. Teaching and Research in Humanitarian Law, AND, Reproductive Health Law. The coordinator of the Distance Education Programs of the University and the coordinator of Centre for Human Rights Education, Research and Studies (CHEARS).

Dr. Vedantam Leela, assistant professor, Faculty of Management Studies, National Law University, Jodhpur. Rajasthan. India. She teaches subjects like Principles of Management, Organizational Behavior, and Human Resources Management. She also takes up interdisciplinary teaching and research in areas like Good Governance, Transparency and Business Ethics, and Labour Laws, Cross-Cultural Human Resources Practices. Currently she is the Executive Director of Centre for Human Resources Initiatives and Industrial Relations Studies (CHRIIS).

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.

D.E. van Loggerenberg, a member of the Pretoria Society of Advocates since 1 February 1990, extraordinary Professor of Law, Department of Civil Procedure, at the University of Pretoria, Doctor Legum in court control and party control in civil procedure.
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