Bojana is a DPhil candidate at Brasenose college. She is writing her thesis on the challenges which the digital economy presents to European contract law and on how to complete a Digital Single Market. It is supervised by Professor Stephen Weatherill.
She previously completed the First Bavarian State Exam at the LMU Munich, a Diploma in Legal Studies at Oxford (Prize for the Best overall performance), and the MJur at Oxford as a Peter Carter Scholar and Law Faculty MJur Scholar (winning the Law Faculty’s Clifford Chance Prize, Proxime Accessit and a Wadham College Results Prize). Her current research is supported by the Winter Williams Studentship and a Graduate Assistance Fund Scholarship.
Before commencing the DPhil she trained with the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg (Chambers of AG Tanchev and AG Kokott) and with the Legal Service of the European Commission in Brussels. She has also previously worked as a research associate at Hogan Lovells LLP (Munich) and Gleiss Lutz (Brussels), and as a student research assistant at the LMU Munich (Chair for Public and European Law).
Bojana has also collaborated with Oxford Pro Bono Publico on numerous occasions and currently serves as a member of the OPBP executive committee.
Bojana's research interests include European Union Law (both constitutional and economic aspects), International Economic Law, Law and Technology, and Comparative Equality Law (Discrimination Law).