Nevena Jevremović – Co-Founder and President, Association ARBITRI
Nevena is Manager of Corporate Learning at the International Association of Contract and Commercial Manager (IACCM). Nevena brings experience in designing, developing and delivering training and education programs in international commercial law. She led the initiative of setting up a young professionals’ association – Association ARBITRI – focused on promoting resolution of commercial disputes through arbitration. In her capacity as the President of the Association, Nevena worked with the Commercial Law Development Program of the U.S. Department of Commerce on promotion and capacity building of commercial law and arbitration. Specifically, as one of the trainers for the international commercial law, she worked on the design, implementation, and delivery of the annual training program for law students in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
As a Fellow at the Institute of International Commercial Law (IICL) in New York, Nevena worked on the leading legal database in the field of commercial law. During her time at IICL, she also worked on and coordinated online programs in international commercial law and arbitration for practitioners, academics, and students all over the world. More recently, Nevena spent six months at the Hague Conference on Private International Law in the Hague as a member of the Judgments Team. She worked on the preparations for the Special Commission on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Court Judgments held in November 2017, as well as collaborative projects that HCCH has with WIPO and UNCITRAL.
Nevena is the author of the national monographs on the Civil Procedure and Energy Law in volumes of the International Encyclopaedia of Laws. She is the Assistant Editor for Europe for the Kluwer Arbitration Blog, Contributing Editor to the CISG Database, and is involved in the Delos Dispute Resolution project as a Young Arbitration Practitioner. Nevena is currently a Co-Chair of the Dispute Resolution Working Group of the Accord Project, that focuses on exploring the use of blockchain technology in dispute resolution.
Nevena 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).