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Gypsy Law Romani Legal Traditions and Culture

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List of Contributors

Thomas Acton is Professor of Romani Studies, School of Social Sciences, University of Greenwich.

Maureen Bell is an attorney at law. She practices in Orlando, Florida.

Susan Caffrey is Senior Lecturer, School of Social Science, University of Greenwich.

Calum Carmichael is Professor of Comparative Literature and Adjunct Professor of Law, Cornell University.

Sir Angus Fraser is the author of The Gypsies (second edition, 1995). He formerly worked in the U.K government service.

Martti Grönfors is Professor of Sociology, University of Kuopio, Finland.

Ian Hancock is Professor of Linguistics and English, University of Texas at Austin. He is Director of the Romani Archives and Documentation Center.

Angela P. Harris is Professor of Law, Boalt Hall, University of California, Berkeley.

Ronald Lee is an author and journalist. He is Executive Director of the Roma Community and Advocacy Centre in Toronto.

Gary Mundy was a Research Associate at the University of Greenwich at the time of writing his contribution to this book. He currently works on research issues for the Department of Education and Employment in the U.K.

Anne Sutherland is Professor of Anthropology, Georgia State University.

Walter O. Weyrauch is Distinguished Professor of Law and Stephen C. O'Connell Chair, Levin College of Law, University of Florida. He is also Honorary Professor at Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt.