About Us

“It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation.

Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it.

Who we are

About us

The Association ARBITRI (Association) is a non-profit professional association focused on supporting the creation of a modern system of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Bosnia and Herzegovina (B&H). Such a system contributes to and improves the quality of the business environment, legal services, and the efficiency of the judiciary. Our mission is to enhance the quality of dispute resolution mechanisms in BiH though projects concerned with the education, promotion, and legal reform of arbitration in this jurisdiction.
We closely monitor the changes to the market and advocate for/initiate projects that will ultimately benefit the public.

The guiding principle of our work is the inclusion of individuals, institutions, and organizations of a diverse background. The Association is diligently working on the creation of a network that will enable cooperation between practitioners and academics and enhance the success of ADR related projects. In doing so, we are especially committed to promoting women in dispute resolution and including the leading female lawyers from BiH and beyond in our work.


Our goals for success

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Our team

Co-Founder and Project Manager

Nevena Jevremović

Email: n.jevremovic@associationarbitri.com Phone: +387 66 074 587 Nevena brings ten years of practical and academic experience in designing, developing, and delivering courses and training programs in international commercial law and arbitration. She is currently an Honorary Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen, School of Law, and coaching the University of Zenica's Vis Moot team. She was a visiting lecturer at the Faculty of Law at the University of Zenica, International Sarajevo University (IUS), and University of Verona & CILE's Summer School, teaching courses on international commercial arbitration, contract and commercial management, and technology and law. As the former President and Co-Founder of the Association ARBITRI, Nevena worked with the national and international stakeholders, such as the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council in B&H and the Commercial Law Development Program of the U.S. Department of Commerce on promotion and capacity building of international commercial law and arbitration in B&H. She is a trainer in various national and international training programs for B&H judges, in-house counsels, arbitrators, and students. Nevena is the author of the national monographs on the Civil Procedure and Energy Law in volumes of the International Encyclopedia of Laws. She published a dozen articles on international dispute resolution and international commercial law. She holds an LL.M. in International Law from the University of Pittsburgh, School of Law (2016), and an LL.M. in Civil Law in the EU from the University of Sarajevo, School of Law (2015). She is currently completing her Ph.D. studies at the University of Zenica, Faculty of Law.

Co-founder and President

Armela Ramić

Email: a.ramic@associationarbitri.com Phone: +387 61 862 844


Emir Sudžuka

Email: e.sudzuka@associationarbitri.com


Fahira Brodlija

Email: f.brodilja@associationarbitri.com


Arnela Maglić

Email: a.maglic@associationarbitri.com


Irfan Osmanović

Email: i.osmanovic@associationarbitri.com


In our work, we collaborate closely with the key stakeholders from the legal and business communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and beyond. Our partners regularly participate in, and support our activities and initiatives. The regular engagement and exchanges with our partners help us calibrate our work in accordance with the needs of the legal and business community. Our partners include leading domestic and international law firms, government institutions, judicial institutions and international development organizations.