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Dear Scholar,

Please enter "International Commercial Law" on a Google search form. You will find the cisgw3 site presented as Number One of over 40 million sites listed under that subject. This is because of the sharings of material on this site.

We seek to help scholars and others researching our subject. They have responded by drawing on the "Electronic library" we offer at the current rate of 100,000 Internet "hits" per day.

We respectfully invite more authors of Masters or Doctoral dissertations on uniform or harmonized international contract law to share with us and authorize us to make their theses available to the audiences we serve.

   -    For a dissertation on our subject written in English, we respectfully invite a WORD text submitted as an e-mail attachment;
 
   -    For a dissertation on our subject written in a language other than English, we respectfully invite a pdf text submitted as an e-mail attachment accompanied by an English-text translation of the title of the dissertation and an English-text abstract of the contents of the dissertation.

When you wrote your thesis, you "stood on the shoulders" of others who had written on your subject before you. We respectfully invite you to help future generations of researchers interested in your subject to "stand on your shoulders".

Dissertations may be sent to either Marie Newman, Database Manager and Director of the Law Library of the Pace University School of Law, at <mnewman@law.pace.edu> or to me.

Sincerely,

Vikki Rogers, Director
Institute of International Commercial Law
Pace University School of Law
<vrogers@law.pace.edu>


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