Dr Nevena Jevremovic
Nevena brings ten years of practical and academic experience designing, developing, and delivering courses and training programs in international commercial law and arbitration. She is currently an Honorary Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen, School of Law, and Guest Lecturer at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
She was a guest lecturer at the Prince Sultan University, College of Law, Female Campus (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia), Faculty of Law at the University of Zenica (Bosnia and Herzegovina), International Sarajevo University (IUS), and University of Verona & CILE's Summer School, teaching courses on CISG, contract and commercial management, technology and law, and international commercial arbitration. She is a trainer in various national and international training programs for B&H judges, in-house counsels, arbitrators, and students.
Nevena's research and teaching focus on the impact of ethical and social values and technology on trading relationships and contracts' social role in achieving sustainable development goals. She is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Faculty of Law at the University of Zenica, focusing on the quality of goods in CISG and SDG 12: Sustainable Consumption and Production. Nevena is the author of the national monographs on the Civil Procedure and Energy Law in volumes of the International Encyclopaedia of Laws. She published a dozen articles and book chapters on international dispute resolution and international commercial law. She holds an LL.M. in International Law from the University of Pittsburgh, School of Law (2016), and an LL.M. in Civil Law in the EU from the University of Sarajevo, School of Law (2015).