Vanja-Ivan Savić, Associate Professor of Law, University of Zagreb Faculty of Law
Vanja-Ivan Savić is a Croatian scholar who teaches about human rights and religious freedom as well as legal theory, law, and religion in the Middle East and North Africa region. He has written numerous articles on topics relating to law and religion, legal theory, and criminal law that have been published around the globe. Savić studied at the University of Zagreb, where he obtained his PhD in law. He was a British Chevening Scholar at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland where he clerked for Robert J. Reed, the Baron of Allermiur, who now serves as president of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom. Savić has held positions as a visiting scholar or researcher at DePaul University Chicago in Illinois, Northwestern University in Illinois, the University of Adelaide in Australia, and the University of Vienna in Austria. He is a member of the Croatian Academy of Legal Sciences, the ICLARS, the ACLARS, and the Croatian Bishops’ Conference Justice and Peace Commission.