Professor of Law, McGill University; counsel to Langlois, Gaudreau & O'Connor. The author acknowledges with thanks the assistance of rwilkins [at] blgcanada [dot] com (Robert C. Wilkins), B.A., B.C.L., in the preparation and correction of this Glossary. An early version of the Glossary appeared in 1997 European Transport Law at pp. 275-339. The first edition was published in 2000.
Some of the terms listed in this Glossary have also been provided in Arabic. See Arabic Glossary ."
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