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Ljiljana Biukovic

Ph.D. – International Commercial Arbitration – The University of British Columbia – 2000
LL.M. – International Trade Law, The University of British Columbia – 1995
LL.M – Comparative Business Law – Central European University, Budapest – 1994
LL.B. – Civil Law – University of Belgrade, Serbia – 1986

Associate Professor Biukovic teaches Contracts, European Union Law, External Relations of European Union, and Comparative Law at Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia. Professor Biukovic is also an associate of the Institute for European Studies at UBC. She developed and teaches a seminar on External Relations of the European Union for the Institute and Peter A. Allard School of Law, for which she received the European Commission’s grant “Jean Monnet Module”.

Her current research interests are the adaptation of international legal norms by national governments, the impact of regionalism on multilateral trade negotiations, WTO jurisprudence and international dispute resolution in the preferential trade agreements and the development of European Union Law. Her research in the area of international trade law is funded by a SSHRC grant.

Professor Biukovic’s most recently published work include “Selective Adaptation of WTO Transparency Norms—Local Practices in China and Japan,” in Debra Steger, ed., Redisigning the World Trade Organization for the Twenty-first Century (Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2009) 193-219; “International, Regional and National Laws Intertwined in Asia,” in Guide to Doing Business in Asia, Ljiljana Biukovic and Pitman B. Potter, eds., (Lexis/Nexis Canada, 2008) 21-45; “The New Face of CEFTA and its Dispute Resolution Mechanism,” (2008) 33 Review of Central and East European Law 181; “Dispute Resolution Mechanisms and Regional Trade Agreements: South American and Caribbean Modalities,” (2008) 14 UC Davis Journal of International Law and Policy 255.

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