Sanja BogojevicSanja Bogojevic is a D.Phil candidate at the University of Oxford. Her doctoral thesis focuses on emissions trading schemes with particular reference to the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS). In her work, Sanja analyses the interplay between states and markets in emissions trading regimes, and explores the intersections between administrative and environmental law in this regard.
Sanja's thesis is published in part in the Journal of Environmental Law (2009) and in a collection of essays on environmental discourses (CUP, forthcoming). Further, two pieces analyzing legislative developments of the EU ETS are published in the Environmental Law Review and Carbon and Climate Law Review (both forthcoming), and a chapter on EU law in a Swedish law textbook (Rättskunskap 2005).
Sanja attained her LLB with German Law from King's College, London and Passau University in 2005, and her LLM from College of Europe, Bruges in 2007. At Oxford, Sanja has tutored EU Law to undergraduates at Balliol and Oriel colleges in the capacity of a GTA, and on her return to Oxford from NYU, she will teach an undergraduate and graduate course in Comparative Environmental Law. Sanja has also been a research visitor at the Max Plank Institute for Collective Goods in Bonn (sponsored by DAAD), and an invited speaker at conferences at for example the Australian National University in Canberra and British Institute of International Comparative Law in London.
During her research visit to NYU, Sanja was affiliated with the Center for Environmental Law and Land Use Law with Professor Katrina Wyman as her sponsor.