Maida has graduated from University of Sarajevo Faculty of Law in 2011 where she is currently completing her LL.M. thesis at the Department of Legal History and Comparative Law. She has worked as an associate at a local law office and as a legal trainer for Model International Criminal Court (MICC) in Krzyżowa, Istanbul, and the Western Balkans region. Maida participated in the Vis Moot competition in 2012 and 2013, and has remained involved with Vis Moot in Bosnia and Herzegovina as a trainer and lecturer. She is a 2014 alumnus of the Institute in International Commercial Law and Dispute Resolution, organized by the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center and University of Zagreb Faculty of Law. Maida currently works as a project coordinator at the Sarajevo office of Humanity in Action, an international educational organization.
Fahira is a graduate of the Sarajevo Faculty of Law and has participated in the Moot in 2015. She is currently a member of Association and one of the coaches of this year’s Sarajevo Faculty of Law Vis Moot team. For her, the benefits of participating in the Moot were primarily visible on the personal level, but also in the contacts made, the job opportunities and offers for further education. She was involved in the USAID project for the training of judges at the B&H Court of Arbitration. During her final year of studies, Fahira was already been invited to assist an attorney at law from local Sarajevo law office in the research relating commercial disputes, in the duration of one year. She was also offered two scholarships for LL.M. programs in the USA upon her graduation. She is currently attending the LLM program of the Pittsburgh School of Law in the academic year 2016/2017 with emphasis on commercial law and alternative dispute resolution. Fahira will continue contributing to the Vis Moot team of the Sarajevo Faculty of Law as a remote coach.