Milena Djordjevic

Dr. Milena Djordjevic is an Assistant Professor at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law where she teaches, inter alia, International Commercial Law and Arbitration. She holds degrees from universities of Belgrade (LL.B and Dr. iur.) and Pittsburgh (LL.M), providing her with understanding of both common law and civil law systems.

Dr. Djordjevic has been an arbitrator (sole arbitrator, member of the panel or chair), expert witness, advisor and counsel in over 50 domestic and international arbitrations under the ICC, LCIA, VIAC, CAM, DIS, FAI, FTCA, BAC, BAT, FIVB, CAS, and ICSID rules, and in ad hoc arbitration. She is a member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR, the ICC CEE Arbitration Group, the Supervisory Board of Equal Representation in Arbitration Pledge, the Board of the Serbian Arbitration Association, and the Board of Association of Commercial Lawyers. She is also Secretary to the Advisory Council on CISG and a national CLOUT correspondent to UNCITRAL. She regularly provides legal advice to businesses, international organizations, and law firms in the area of her expertise.

Dr. Djordjevic has published extensively on the CISG, arbitration, WTO law and EU trade law in books published by Cambridge University Press, Beck/Hart, Kluwer, etc. She regularly speaks at international conferences and is a recurring guest lecturer at universities in the US and Italy. Her work has been cited by, inter alia, the German Supreme Court.