Opinio Juris Welcomes Guest Blogger Marko Milanovic

by Chris Borgen

For the next couple of weeks, we are happy to have Marko Milanovic join us as a guest blogger. Marko is currently serving as law clerk to Judge Thomas Buergenthal of the International Court of Justice.

He obtained his first degree in law from the University of Belgrade, Serbia, and his LL.M from the University of Michigan. Prior to his current position at the ICJ, he worked for several years in Serbia for an NGO, the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights, on various research and academic projects. He also worked on cases before the European Court of Human Rights and the Constitutional Court of Serbia. He writes in the fields of international law, humanitarian law, and human rights law.

Marko may be familar to readers of Opinio Juris as he is a frequent commenter on this blog who routinely engages and challenges us. So, we figured he might as well come aboard as a guest blogger so he could have a by-line…

Welcome, Marko, and we look forward to our (continuing) conversation!


2 Responses

  1. I’m delighted to see Marko as a guest blogger. One of the many reasons I’ve come to enjoy Opinio Juris is for his thoughtful if not erudite comments (and Tobias Thienel’s as well). He clearly deserves a wider forum.

    Yes, welcome Marko!

  2. I’m happy Marko is blogging, too. Human rights lawyers make me swoon.

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