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Acknowledgement to Reviewers of Laws in 2016

Laws Editorial Office
Published: 10 January 2017
MDPI  AG, St. Alban-Anlage 66, 4052 Basel, Switzerland; laws@mdpi.com

    The editors of Laws would like to express their sincere gratitude to the following reviewers for
assessing manuscripts in 2016.
    We  greatly appreciate the contribution of expert reviewers, which is crucial to the journal's
editorial process. We aim to recognize reviewer contributions through several mechanisms, of which
the annual publication of reviewer names is one. Reviewers receive a voucher entitling them to a
discount on their next MDPI publication and can download a certificate of recognition directly from
our  submission  system. Additionally, reviewers  can sign  up  to  the  service Publons
(https://publons.com) to receive recognition. Of course, in these initiatives we are careful not to
compromise reviewer confidentiality. Many reviewers see their work as a voluntary and often unseen
part of their role as researchers. We are grateful to the time reviewers donate to our journals and the
contribution they make.
    If you are interested in becoming a reviewer for Laws, see the link at the bottom of the webpage
    The following reviewed for Laws in 2016:

Abrams, Jamie R.
Alaei, Kamiar
Atapattu, Sumudu
Backhouse, Constance
Bahner, Julia
Baines, Beverley
Barocas, Briana
Bartlett, Peter
Baxi, Upendra
Bernal, Paul
Blakeley, Georgina
Blaser, Arthur
Boer, Ben
Bonython, Wendy
Boon-Kuo, Louise
Brandt, Reuven
Breger, Melissa L.
Brophy, Lisa
Busby, Nicole
Byron, Christine
Campbell, Marilyn
Campie, Patricia E.
Caranta, Roberto
Carline, Anna
Cashman, Peter
Chadwick, Ruth

Clarke, Lynda
Clements, Luke
Clough, Beverley
Da Lomba, Sylvie
Dahlvik, Julia
Dana, Genya
De Beco, Gauthier
Deem, Michael
Depoorter, Ben
Downing, Steven
Dudley, Michael
Easton, Catherine
Ehrlich, J. Shoshanna
England, Sarah
Ferri, Delia
Fiore, Robin N.
Fischer, Karla
Flynn, Eilion6ir
Foster, Stephen H.
Gauderman,  Kimberly
Gauthier, Ryan
Gervais, Daniel J.
Gibbons, Llewellyn Joseph
Glebbeek, Marie-Louise
Goldblatt, Beth
Goldscheid, Julie

Laws 2017, 6, 1; doi:10.3390/laws6010001

Gooding, Piers
Guthrie, Robert
Hamoudi,  Haider Ala
Harpur, Paul
Heinz, Andreas
Henriksen, Tore
Hens, Kristien
HemAndez, Csar
Cuauhtimoc Garcia
Hickey, Huhana
Higgins, Noelle
Hollander-Blumoff, Rebecca
Hulme, Karen
Jacquet, Jennifer
Jochnowitz, Leona D.
Kaplan, Paul
Kelly, Fiona
Kett, Maria
Khan, Ummni
Kirakosyan, Lyusyena
Krajewska, Atina
Krotoszynski, Ronald
Kuiken, Todd
Lamble, Sarah
Lankford, Adam
Lone, Fozia


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