25 Harv. Int'l. L. J. 81 (1984)
Editorial Board

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International
Law
Journal

Volume 25
Number 1
Winter 1984

Barry C. Barnett
Ghislain Gouraige, Jr.
Articles Editors
William Jacobson
Senior Editor
Robert M. Buchanan, Jr.
Susan Duffey Campbell
Lynda Clarizio
David Glazer
Arun Alagappan
Bertrand Alexis
Duffey A. Asher
John Barquin
John Berck
Betsy Birns
George Bogdan
Peter Byrne
Donald C. Clarke
Margaret Conklin
Mike Costagliola
Barbara Delaney
Lauri M. Donahue
George E. Edwards
Danny Ertel
Jane Flynn
Timothy A. George
Steven M. Goldstein
Shim D. Goodman

Harold J. Berman
Abram J. Chayes
C. Clyde Ferguson

EDITORIAL BOARD
Brian L. Zimbler
Editor in Chief
Anthony J. LaRocca
Donna M. Mazzaferro
William R. Salisbury
Developments Editors
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
Kent Killelea
Peter F. Lake
Gerry Lins
Michael Eric Malamut
STAFF
Coleman Gregory
Brent Gurney
Roberta Harding
Sarah E. Herbert
Diane Hoffmann
Justin Hughes
Keiron E. Hylton
Camille Jones
Sanjiv K. Kapur
Roy Kuklinsky
Michael Landry
Mike Levitin
Cheryl R. Manes
Peter Maples
Jean Martin
Eric J. McFadden
Michael C. Moetell
Vicki Moore

ADVISORS TO THE JOURNAL
Hal S. Scott
Henry J. Steiner
Professors of Law, Harvard Law School
Frederick Snyder

Larry Jordan Rowe
David A. Sneider
Kristin Stred
Notes and Comments Editors
James W. Moeller
Managing Editor
Edward Murray
James D. Ross
David J. Van Dyke
Silda A. Wall
Susan T. Morita
Jane Newberry
Duncan O'Brien
Michael O'Bryan
Nancy L. Perkins
Margaret S. Pickering
Marlene Rehkamp
Sanford C. Reback
Allison Sander
Kenton V. Sands
Yoshika Shimada
Jerry Skelly
Jay Smith
Jiro Tamura
Andrew Taniguchi
Sherri L. Wasserman
Derek Wilson
Aaron E. Wright
Edward A. Yorkgitis, Jr.

Stanley S. Surrey
Detlev F. Vagts
Arthur T. von Mehren

Assistant Dean for International Legal Studies, Harvard Law School

Jean Ann Bailly
Greyson Bryan
William E. Butler

Bart S. Fisher
John I. Forty
Vance R. Koven

James A.R. Nafziger
David N. Smith
Merrie Faye Witkin

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