Nataša Rajković Nataša is a PhD candidate and pre-doctoral researcher in Public International Law at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, where she teaches the same subject.
Nataša graduated from the Union Law Belgrade in 2018. She obtained her master’s degree in Oil, Gas and Mining Law at the Nottingham Trent University in the UK in 2021. During her master studies, Nataša did two internships at the Energy Charter Secretariat in Brussels, where she worked on the preparation of the Energy Investment Risk Assessment 2019 project and the Jordan Investment Climate and Market Structure report. During that time, Nataša also worked on a project of the UK Environmental Law Foundation related to the role of local authorities in the fight against climate change. In Belgrade, she was an intern at the Rajković law firm, while she also did an internship in energy and mining law at the law firm Moravčević Vojnović and Partners.
The topic of her doctoral research is the analysis of the investment arbitration reform aimed at facilitating foreign investments in renewables. The objective of her research is to accelerate the energy transition globally. Her research interests are international investment law, international environmental law, investment arbitration, climate change, and energy law.
In June 2023 she will at the research stay at the Union Law Belgrade. Her academic host is Professor Tatjana Papić, with whom she will work on the research regarding her thesis on the topic of legal certainty in investment arbitration in the field of renewable energy. In addition, during her stay, ideas on undertaking empirical research significant for her thesis will be developed.