List of Authors.-I. General Report.- Treatment of Foreign Law - Dynamics towards Convergence?; Yuko Nishitani.- II. National Reports.- A. National Reports I - Europe.- 1. Belgium, Foreign Law in Belgian Courts - From Theory to Practice; Patrick Wautelet.- 2. Croatia, Foreign Law Before Croatian Authorities - At the Crossroad?; Mirela Zupan.- 3. Czech Republic, Treatment of Foreign Law in the Czech Republic; Monika Pauknerova.- 4. Denmark, Foreign Law in Danish Civil Litigation: A pragmatic approach; Clement Salung Petersen.- 5. Estonia, Applying Foreign Law in Estonia - the Perspective of an e-State; Maarja Torga.- 6. France, The Evolving Balance between the Judge and the Parties in France; Sabine Corneloup.- 7. Germany, Proof of and Information about Foreign law - German Report; Oliver Remien.- 8. Greece, Foreign Law in the Greek Private International Law: Positive Solutions and Future Perspectives; Chryssapho Tsouca.- 9. Hungary, Inconsistencies between Theory and Practice in the Treatment of Foreign Law in Hungary; Laszlo Burian and Sarolta Szabo.- 10. Italy, Proof and Information about Foreign Law in Italy; Nerina Boschiero and Benedetta Ubertazzi.- 11. Malta, The Proof and Treatment of Foreign Law in Malta; Paul Cachia.- 12. Poland, Proof and Information about Foreign Law in Poland - Theory and Reality; Michal Wojewoda.- 13. Portugal, Proof of and Information about Foreign Law in Portugal; Rui Manuel Moura Ramo.- 14. Romania, Proof of and Information about Foreign Law in Romania; Flavius George Pancesc.- 15. Spain, The Application of Foreign Laws in Spain - Critical Analysis of the Legal Novelties of 2015; Carmen Azcarraga Monzonis.- 16. Sweden, Proof of and Information about Foreign Law in Civil and Commercial Matters - Swedish Perspectives; Ulf Maunsbach.- 17. The United Kingdom, The Traditional Approach to Foreign Law in Civil Litigation in the Legal Systems of the United Kingdom; Veronica Ruiz Abou-Nigm.- 18. Switzerland, The Principle Iura Aliena Novit Curia and the Role of Foreign Law Advisory Services in Swiss Judicial Practice; Ilaria Pretelli and Shaheeza Lalani.- B. National Reports II - North and South America.- 1. The United States, The Use and Determination of Foreign Law in Civil Litigation in the United States; Peter Hay.- 2. Canada, The Status and the Proof of Foreign Law in Quebec; Gerald Goldstein.- 3. Argentina; The Changing Character of Foreign Law in Argentinian Legal System; Diego P. Fernandez Arroyo and Paula Maria All.- 4. Uruguay, Proof of and Information about Foreign Law in Uruguay; Cecilia Fresnedo de Aguirre.- 5. Venezuela, Finding foreign law in Venezuela - General overview; Eugenio Hernandez-Breton and Claudia Madrid Martinez.- C. National Reports III - Asia-Pacific Region and Africa.- 1. Australia, Foreign Law in Australian International Litigation: Developing the Common Law; Mary Keyes.- 2. Japan, Proof of and Information about Foreign Law in Japan; Shunichiro Nakano.- 3. Macau, Proof and Information about Foreign Law in Macau; Guangjian Tu.- 4. Turkey, The Treatment of Foreign Law in Turkey; Zeynep Derya Tarman.- 5. Israel, Proof of and Information about Foreign Law in Israel; Talia Einhorn.- 6. Tunisia, Treatment of Foreign Law in Tunisia; Lotfi Chedly and Beligh Elbalti.- 7. Commonwealth Africa, Foreign Law in Commonwealth African Courts; Richard Frimpong Oppong.- III. Hague Conference on Private International Law.- 1. Hague Conference on Private International Law, The Evolution of Work on Access to Foreign Law at the Hague Conference on Private International Law; Philippe Lortie and Maja Groff.