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Mirjana Drenovak-Ivanović has more than 18 years of professional experience of which 14 in the field of environmental law and policy. She is a Full Professor in Environmental law and Climate change law, Jean Monnet Chair in European Environmental and Climate Change Law, founder of Environmental legal clinic and Master course in environmental law, all at University of Belgrade Faculty of Law.
She specializes in environmental law with particular emphasis on access to environmental justice Throughout her career, she has cooperated with numerous international organizations (OSCE, Council of Europe, UN and EU programs, national authorities, NGOs, research organizations, business and financial institutions.
She is a member of the IUCN World Commission (IUCN WCEL Climate Change Law Network 2021-2025). Mirjana has continuously promoted the concept of sustainable development, fair and equitable governance of natural resource and fair access to justice in environmental matters as a response to growing societal and environmental challenges. She published more than 60 books and articles in the field of environmental law and climate change law.
Harvard Law School (USA)
Faculty of Law University of Oxford (UK)
Faculty of Law University of Belgrade (Serbia)
Faculty of Law University of Kragujevac (Serbia)
Serbian, English, French, German.
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