The European Legal Studies Center Presents:
Gender equality as investment: work-life balance and EU economic governance
Fellow at the Center for European Studies at Harvard University
& Lecturer at Northeastern Law School
Non-pizza lunch will be served.
Ivana is a visiting scholar at the Center for European Studies at Harvard University and she teaches comparative family law at Northeastern University School of Law. Her research sits at the intersection of globalization, human rights and family law with an emphasis on equality issues.
Ivana was born in Belgrade and raised in Paris. She holds a PhD from Sciences Po Paris, a Master's degree in global business law and global governance from Sorbonne University (with Columbia Law School), and an LLM in International Law from Sorbonne University. She has worked at Université libre de Bruxelles, where she helped start a human rights clinic, at McGill Faculty of Law as a Boulton Teaching fellow, and at NYU School of Law as an Emile Noël Fellow.