11 GLOSSAE: Eur. J. Legal Hist. 1 (2014)

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                    GLOSSAER


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                                     (Valencia, Spain)

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                     Aniceto Masferrer, University of Valencia, Chief Editor
              Juan A. Obarrio Moreno, University of Valencia, Assistant Chief Editor
                       Isabel Ramos Vfizquez, University of Ja6n, Secretary
               Anna Taitslin, Australian National University - University of Canberra
                 Juan B. Cafiizares, University San Pablo - Cardenal Herrera CEU
                        Matthew Mirow, Florida International University
                            Andrew Simpson, University of Aberdeen

                                   Student Editorial Board

   Jos6 Franco Chasfin (Website Editor and Coordinator), Andrea Andreu Guti~rrez, Pau Cuquerella
 Miralles, Mar Garcfa Peirats, Lucfa Gil Esteban, Nicolis Ingo Ivars Obermeier, Pablo Mufioz Martfnez

                                International Advisory Board

 Javier Alvarado Planas, UNED; Juan Bar6 Pazos, Universidad of Cantabria; Mary Sarah Bilder, Boston
 College; Orazio Condorelli, University of Catania; Emanuele Conte, University of Rome III; Daniel R.
 Coquillette, Boston College - Harvard University; Serge Dauchy, University of Lille; Salustiano de
 Dios, University of Salamanca; Wim Decock, Max-Planck Institute for European Legal History; Sefin
 Patrick Donlan, University of Limerick; Matthew Dyson, University of Cambridge; Antonio Fernindez
 de Buj An, University Aut6noma de Madrid; Remedios Ferrero, University of Valencia; Manuel Gutan,
 Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu; Jan Hallebeek, VU University Amsterdam; Dirk Heirbaut, Ghent
 University; Richard Helmholz, University of Chicago; David Ibbetson, University of Cambridge; Emily
 Kadens, Northwestern University; Mia Korpiola, University of Helsinki; Pia Letto-Vanamo, University
    of Helsinki; David Lieberman, University of California at Berkeley; Jose Marfa Llanos Pitarch,
University of Valencia; Marju Luts-Sootak, University of Tartu; Magdalena Martinez Almira, University
  of Alicante; Pascual Marzal Rodrfguez, University of Valencia; Dag Michaelsen, University of Oslo;
Marfa Asunci6n Molli Nebot, University of Valencia; Emma Montanos Ferrfn, University of La Corufia;
  Olivier Mor~teau, Louisiana State University; John Finlay, University of Glasgow; Kjell A Mod~er,
  Lund University; Anthony Musson, University of Exeter; Agustin Parise, Maastricht University; Heikki
  Pihlajamdki, University of Helsinki; Jacques du Plessis, Stellenbosch University ; Merike Ristikivi,
University of Tartu; Remco van Rhee, Maastricht University; Luis Rodrfguez Ennes, University of Vigo;
    Jonathan Rose, Arizona State University; Carlos Sfinchez-Moreno Ellar, University of Valencia;
  Mortimer N.S. Sellers, University of Baltimore; Jorn 0yrehagen Sunde, University of Bergen; Ditlev
  Tamm, University of Copenhagen; Jos6 Marfa Vallejo Garcfa-Hevia, University of Castilla-La Mancha;
  Norbert Varga, University of Szeged; Tammo Wallinga, University of Rotterdam; Jos6 Lufs Zamora
                       Manzano, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

                                          Citation

 Emanuelle Conte, Marta Madero y Alejandro Morin, Presentaci6n, GLOSSAE. European Journal of
                Legal History 11 (2014), pp. 1-3 (available at http:lwww -lossae.eu)

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