Biography

Sanja Bogojević is Fellow and Associate Professor of Law at Lady Margaret Hall and the Faculty of Law. She read law at King’s College London and Passau Universität (LLB with German Law), as well as at the Collège d’Europe (LLM) before completing her DPhil at Corpus Christi College, Oxford. She has held visiting research positions at the Max Planck Institute for Collective Goods; the New York University School of Law; the University of New South Wales and the UC Berkeley School of Law. Her research interest lies in Environmental Law and EU Law more broadly and much of her work explores interlinks and dichotomies between private and public spheres in these two legal spheres. To this end, she currently works on research projects exploring the role of markets in environmental law, the greening of procurement law, environmental aspects of the Belt and Road Initiative, as well as the adjudication of environmental rights. In 2016 she was awarded the Nils Klim Prize for her outstanding research contribution to environmental law- and emissions trading scholarship. She currently acts as the Analysis Editor for the Journal of Environmental Law. 

Publications

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  • S Bogojevic, 'Human rights of minors and future generations: Global trends and EU environmental law particularities' (2020) Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law
    DOI: 10.1111/reel.12345
    A growing global wave of climate change litigation is led by minors, relying on their human rights, as well as those of future generations against governments and their failure to take action on climate change. Such litigation is emerging also before the Court of Justice of the European Union, where the ambitiousness of the EU’s cli- mate change policies, embodied in the 2030 Climate and Energy Policy Framework, is challenged. This may suggest a possible ‘rights turn’ in EU climate change litiga- tion, where the use of rights claims intensifies and allows stakeholders traditionally excluded from decision making to raise their concerns in a judicial forum. This article explains why this trend has failed to materialize in the EU through an analysis of EU environmental law particularities. From this view, it shows the shortcomings of the 2030 Framework, and by drawing inspiration from successful enforcement of statu- tory obligations in EU air quality legislation, the article suggests how these may be remedied in future legislative action.
  • S Bogojevic, 'Market Mechanisms' in Jorge E. Viñuales and Emma Lees (eds), Oxford Handbook of Comparative Environmental Law (Oxford University Press 2019)
  • S Bogojevic, 'Mapping Public Procurement and Environmental Law Intersections in Discretionary Space' in Sanja Bogojević, Xavier Groussot and Jörgen Hettne (eds), Discretion in EU Public Procurement Law (Hart Publishing 2019)
  • S Bogojevic, 'Miljörätten och offentlig upphandling: vikten av intra-disciplinär miljörättsforskning' in Jan Darpö, Maria Forsberg, Maria Pettersson and Charlotta Zetterberg (eds), Miljörätten och den förhandlingsovilliga naturen: Vänbok till Gabriel Michanek (Iustus förlag 2019)
  • S Bogojevic, Xavier Groussot and Jörgen Hettne, 'The "Age of Discretion": Understanding the Scope and Limits of Discretion in EU Public Procurement Law' in Sanja, Xavier Groussot and Jörgen Hettne (eds), Discretion in EU Public Procurement Law (Hart Publishing 2019)
  • S Bogojevic, Xavier Groussot and Jörgen Hettne (eds), Discretion in EU Public Procurement Law (Hart Publishing 2019)
  • S Bogojevic and Mirjana Drenovak-Ivanović, 'Environmental Protection through the Prism of Enlargement: Time for Reflection' (2019) 56 Common Market Law Review 949
    In the wake of crises and “enlargement fatigue”, EU politics deprioritized enlargement. Recently, however, the Commission motioned a reinvigorated enlargement prospect for the Western Balkans, identifying Serbia and Montenegro as the front runners. This paper advises that in going forward, the EU should also look back at its five decades of enlargement. The article focuses on environmental protection – a key EU public policy – and the way in which it features in the ever-evolving accession conditions and accession acts. It emerges that environmental protection has been marginalized throughout EU’s enlargement history. Taking Serbia as a case study, it is shown that this is highly problematic, since environmental protection is linked to safeguarding the rule of law – an essential criterion for EU membership. The role of environmental protection in the EU’s enlargement policies should thus be reprioritized.
  • S Bogojevic, Xavier Groussot and Jörgen Hettne, 'Looking Ahead: A "New Age" of Proportionality' in Sanja Bogojević, Xavier Groussot and Jörgen Hettne (eds), Discretion in EU Public Procurement Law (Hart Publishing 2019)
  • S Bogojevic, 'Environmental (Property) Rights in Market-Based Management' in Sanja Bogojević and Rosemary Rayfuse (eds), Environmental Rights Revolution in Europe and Beyond (Hart Publishing 2018)
  • S Bogojevic and Rosemary Rayfuse (eds), Environmental Rights in Europe and Beyond (Hart Publishing 2018)
  • S Bogojevic, 'Environmental Rights in Europe and Beyond: Setting the Scene' in Sanja Bogojević and Rosemary Rayfuse (eds), Environmental Rights in Europe and Beyond (Hart Publishing 2018)
  • S Bogojevic, 'EU Human Rights Law and Environmental Protection: The Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship?' in S Douglas-Scott and N Hatzis (eds), Research Handbook on EU Law and Human Rights (Edward Elgar Publishing 2017)
  • S Bogojevic, 'Judicial Dialogue Unpacked: Twenty Years of Preliminary References on Environmental Matters Initiated by the Swedish Judiciary' (2017) 29 Journal of Environmental Law
    DOI: doi.org/10.1093/jel/eqx009
    Judicial dialogue, as enabled through preliminary reference, is a fundamental component of the EU judicial system. It allows the national courts to ask the Court of Justice (ECJ) questions of interpretation and validity of EU acts, thereby helping secure the coherence of EU law, as well as it safeguards judicial protection, especially for individual applicants who otherwise enjoy limited access to the ECJ. The way this dialogue maps out in practice, however, is far from straightforward. Examining preliminary references on environmental matters issued by the Swedish courts over a twenty-year period shows various dialogues taking place—interchanged, gapped, interrupted and silenced—each demonstrating a different response from the national courts in implementing the ECJ’s rulings. This finding raises pressing questions concerning the impact of preliminary rulings in the Member States, the relationship between the national and the EU courts, and whether judicial dialogues are effective guarantors of judicial protection.
  • S Bogojevic, 'Climate Change Law and Policy in the European Union' in C Carlarne, K Gray and R Tarasofsky (eds), The Oxford Handbook of International Climate Change Law (Oxford University Press 2016)
  • S Bogojevic and Nicolas Petit, 'Deterring the State and the Firm: Two systems of deterrence under EU law?' (2016) 23 Colombia Journal of European Law 55
  • S Bogojevic, Xavier Groussot and Megi Medzmariashvili, 'Adequate Legal Protection and Good Administration in EU Asylum Procedures: The Case of C-604/12 H.N. and beyond' (2015) 52 Common Market Law Review 1635 [Case Note]
  • S Bogojevic, 'EU Climate Change Litigation: All Quiet on the Luxembourgian Front?' in G van Calster, W Vandenberghe and L Reins (eds), Research Handbook on Climate Change Mitigation Law (Edward Elgar Publishing 2015)
  • S Bogojevic, 'Global Imbalances in Climate Protection, Leadership Ambitions and EU Climate Change Law' in A Bakardjieva Engelbrekt, L Oxelheim and T Persson (eds), The EU’s Role in Fighting Global Imbalances (Edward Elgar Publishing 2015)
  • S Bogojevic, 'Judicial Protection of Individual Applicants Revisited: Access to Justice through the Prism of Judicial Subsidiarity' (2015) 34 Yearbook of European Law 5
  • S Bogojevic, 'EU:s handel med utsläppsrättigheter och de globala obalanserna i klimatskyddet' in A Bakardjieva Engelbrekt, L Oxelheim and T Persson (eds), Europaperspektiv: EU och de globala obalanserna (Santérus förlag 2014)
  • S Bogojevic, 'Europeanization of the Judiciary in Southeast Europe' in S Rodin and T Perisin (eds), Judicial Application of International Law in Southeast Europe (Springer 2014)
  • Xavier Groussot and S Bogojevic, 'Subsidiarity as a Procedural Safeguard to Federalism' in Loïc Azoulai (ed), The Question of Competence in the European Union (Oxford University Press 2014)
  • David Driesen and S Bogojevic, 'Economic Thought and Climate Disruption: Neoclassical and Economic Dynamic Approaches in the USA and the EU' (2013) 25 Journal of Environmental Law 463
  • S Bogojevic, Emissions Trading Schemes: Markets, States and Law (Hart Publishing 2013)
  • S Bogojevic, 'EU Climate Change Litigation, the Role of the EU Courts, and the Importance of Legal Culture' (2013) 35 Law & Policy 184
  • S Bogojevic, 'Global Gazing: Viewing Markets through the Lens of Emissions Trading Discourses' in B Jessup and K Rubenstein (eds), Environmental Discourses in Public and International Law (Cambridge University Press 2012)
  • S Bogojevic, 'Legalising Environmental Leadership: A Comment on the CJEU’s Ruling in C-366/10 on the Inclusion of Aviation in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme' (2012) 24 Journal of Environmental Law 345 [Case Note]
  • S Bogojevic, 'Litigating the NAP: Legal Challenges for the Emissions Trading Scheme of the European Union' (2010) 3 Carbon and Climate Law Review 217
  • S Bogojevic, 'Ending the Honeymoon: Deconstructing Emissions Trading Discourses' (2009) 21 Journal of Environmental Law 443
  • S Bogojevic, 'The Revised EU ETS Directive: Yet Another Stepping Stone' (2009) 11 Environmental Law Review 279

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