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Sanja Djajić, Ph. D. Full Professor

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Sanja Djajić, Ph. D. Full Professor


Dr. Sanja Djajić is tenured Professor of Public International Law at the University of Novi Sad School of Law. She studied at law schools in Serbia (Belgrade, Novi Sad), United States (UCONN School of Law) and United Kingdom (LSE) and was a visiting fellow at several universities such as LSE, K.U. Leuven and Vienna. Ron Brown and Chevening scholar. While her original and main professional focus is public international law she has come to combine a variety of legal disciplines both academically and in practice, such as human rights, international investment law, history and theory of international law, and application of international law within national legal systems. She has acted as counsel and member of legal teams in several international investment proceedings under UNCITRAL and ICSID arbitration rules, before the European Court for Human Rights, and before the International Court of Justice. She has served as arbitrator with the Permanent Arbitration of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia. Professor Sanja Djajić is author of publications on international dispute settlement, international investment law, and human rights law.

Courses taught: Public International Law, International Protection of Human Rights, International Investment Law, Settlement of International Disputes, International Anti-Discrimination Law, Asylum Law, Theory of International Law.

Current research projects: freedom of artistic expression, human right to water, investment arbitration and countries in transition, national application of the European Convention on Human Rights.

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