Nevena Jevremović

Nevena Jevremović is one of the initiators and three founders of the Association ARBITRI, an organization of young professionals focused on the capacity building, education and promotion of arbitration in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In her capacity as the President of the Association, Nevena coordinates and manages a team of five people currently working on the implementation of these projects in Bosnia.
As a part of her pre-doctoral research, Nevena is currently working at the Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH) on the Judgments Project. She primarily works in the preparation of the Special Commission on the future Convention on Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Court to be held in November 2017. At the same time, Nevena is associated with the Institute of International Commercial Law at Pace University (IICL) since June 2016 first as the inaugural full-time Albert H. Kritzer Fellow and now as one of the contributing editors of the new CISG Database. Prior to joining the IICL, Nevena worked as an associate in Wolf Theiss office
in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Nevena’s research work focuses on international dispute resolution, especially alternative dispute resolution mechanisms in both a commercial and investment context. She published work focused on the arbitration system in Bosnia, and participated as a panelist in several conferences in Bosnia and in the region.
Nevena holds an LLM in International Law from the University of Pittsburgh, School of Law (cum laude 2016) and an LLM in Civil Law in the EU from the University of Sarajevo, School of Law (2015).
She has been admitted as an SJD Candidate at the Pittsburgh School of Law under the supervision of Professor Ronald A. Brand. She passed the State Bar Exam in 2014.