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UPDATE: A Guide to the Republic of Azerbaijan Law Research by Ramil Iskandarli http://www.nyulawglobal.org/Globalex/Azerbaijan1.htm
Ramil Iskandarli is a member of the Board of Azerbaijan Young Lawyers Union, holds a LLM Master of Law degree in Human Rights and Humanitarian Law from the European University Viadrina, Frankfurt Oder, Germany. He is also a member of the Chatham House Royal Institute of International Relations (UK) and member of the Bureau of Experts of the Central Eurasian Leadership Academy (CELA). He is an alumnus of the Chevening Fellowship Program on Human Rights Law at the University of Nottingham (2008), John Smith Fellowship Program (2005) in UK and participant of the International Youth Leaders Visitors Program of the US State Department (2005).

UPDATE: Guinean Legal System and Research by Ibrahima Sidibe
http://www.nyulawglobal.org/globalex/Guinea1.htm
Ibrahima Sidibe is Professor of Law at the University of Lansana Conte of Sonfonia-Conakry,   Departement Droit Public Et d'Anglais, Centre Universitaire de Kindia, Kindia, Republique de Guinee,   West Africa.

UPDATE: Performing Legal Research: the Moldovan Experience
Update by Mariana Harjevschi and Ecaterina Eriju
http://www.nyulawglobal.org/Globalex/Moldova1.htm
Mariana Harjevschi  is the director of the Public Law Library in Chisinau, a branch of the Municipal Library "B.P.Hasdeu". She holds a Master's in Library Science and Information Assistance and a Master's in Journalism from Moldova State University. She attended training courses for law librarians granted by Constitutional Legal Policy in 1999 and 2002 (Budapest, Hungary) and 2000 (Moscow, Russia). 
Ecaterina Erjiu  is an SJD candidate at the Department of Legal Studies of Central European University in Budapest, Hungary. She holds an LLM degree from Saint Louis University (Saint Louis, USA) and worked as a lecturer at the Law Department of Moldova State University (2004-2008).

UPDATE: Global Warming: A Comparative Guide to the E.U. and the U.S. and Their Approaches to the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol by Deborah Paulus-Jagri?
http://www.nyulawglobal.org/Globalex/Climate_Change_Kyoto_Protocol1.htm
Deborah Paulus-Jagri?  holds a J.D. and an M.S.L.I.S. She was Project Librarian for Breaking the Logjam: Environmental Reform for the New Congress and Administration from 2007-09, and worked on BREAKING THE LOGJAM: ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION THAT WILL WORK, by David Schoenbrod, Richard B. Stewart & Katrina M. Wyman (Cambridge: Yale Univ. Press, 2010), in a variety of capacities. Her latest article, A New Land Initiative in Nevada, 17 (1) N.Y.U.  ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL 398 (2008), co-authored with Kai S. Anderson, appeared in ELJ’s symposium issue for the Breaking the Logjam Conference.

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Mirela Roznovschi
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