Dr. Andrew J. M. Steven is currently a Senior Lecturer at the Edinburgh Law School where he teaches Property Law. In 2011, he was appointed to the Scottish Law Commission for five years and in 2016 his appointment was renewed for a further three years. He was the lead Commissioner responsible for the Scottish Law Commission's Report on Moveable Transactions, the longest report in the Commission’s history. His research is also focused on security rights. Dr. Andrew Steven is now the lead in research projects on heritable securities, and he hopes that his research will continue to serve as the basis for what he himself calls a “much-needed reform” of the relevant law. Dr. Steven also teaches at the annual European Private Law Summer School at the University of Salzburg and in 2009 became one of the founding members of the Akademie für Europäisches Privatrecht of Salzburg.

Gabriella Schittek, Global Stakeholder Engagement Manager, Central and Eastern Europe

Gabriella is ICANN’s representative for Central and Eastern Europe. She is responsible for supporting the organisation’s engagement with all ICANN stakeholders in the region, such as businesses, governments, technical community and academia. She has a long background with the country code Top Level Domain (ccTLD) industry. Before starting her work with ICANN, she worked with the .uk registry Nominet and the Council of European National Top Level Domain Registries (CENTR). For several years, she managed ICANN's country code Names Supporting Organisation (ccNSO). Gabriella holds an M.A. in Political Science.

Attila Tanka is a judge at the Targu Mures Court of Appeal, Second Section for Administrative and Civil law (formerly, commercial law section) since 2011. After conducting his legal studies at the Babes-Bolyai University between 1999 and 2003, he was admitted to the National Institute of Magistracy in 2005. Following a one-year clerkship after graduating the Institute, he has been a permanent judge since 2008.

Dr. Péter Hack is currently teaching as associate professor with habilitation at the Eötvös Loránd University of Science (ELTE), Faculty of Law. His primary fields of research and expertise are criminal procedural law, the structure and functioning of criminal jurisdiction, transitional justice, and rhetoric. He is Head of the Department of Criminal Procedures and Correction at the ELTE University and of the Workshop of Criminal Law in the Bibó István College of Advanced Legal Studies. He has been founder of Transparency International, the Hungarian Helsinki Committee, and the Hungarian Association of Criminal Law.

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