Dr Jadranka Petrovic is a lecturer in law at Monash Business School’s Department of Business Law and Taxation.
Before joining academia, Jadranka first worked in the judiciary and then in the corporate sector and private practice.
Jadranka holds a Bachelor of Laws, Master of Laws (Melb) and a Doctorate of Juridical Science (Melb).
While Jadranka’s teaching and research have predominantly been in the areas of international law, she has also been involved in business law subjects at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Her research and supervision interests are in the areas of public and private international law, as well as business law.
Her expertise includes international humanitarian law (especially international legal protection of cultural property in armed conflict); international criminal law, art and law, citizenship, rights and gender; international institutions; international human rights law, international environmental law; international dispute resolution (especially adjudication and arbitration); statehood, sovereignty, and self-determination; international sale of goods (CISG); international trade law (WTO); Australian legal process and institutions; business law (contract law and business entities).
She also has an interest in animal rights law.
Jadranka has edited, authored, and co-authored a number of journal articles, books, and book chapters published by reputable book publishers and high-ranked journals.