Milos Ivkovic is an International Arbitrator based in Austria and an Adjunct Professor at Washington University in St. Louis School of Law. He focuses his practice on serving as external legal advisor to governments, state-owned entities, and international business leaders on the subjects of public international law, amendments to national legislation and diplomatic disputes. He has been regularly and personally tasked with preparing peaceful strategies aimed at advancing international cooperation and the rule of law.
Milos is committed to assisting new generations of legal professionals. Students under his supervision achieved significant success in leading international competitions. After becoming a part of academia at Washington University School of Law, Milos has been regularly engaged as a scholar at various Universities around the world. His academic fields of expertise are public international law, international dispute resolution and comparative civil procedure.
Milos supports diverse social responsibility initiatives, providing pro bono representation in international human trafficking cases. He has been actively engaged in addressing remedying efforts relative to significant human rights violation cases in Africa and Europe, therewith having the privilege of working with the US Congress as well as political leaders across the world. Milos remains active in and passionate about confronting the abuse of underage children through slavery.
Milos has furthermore strong experience conducting international arbitrations in a wide range of industries, including mining, oil and gas, banking and finance, patent infringement, tourism, etc. His expertise includes advising host states and international investors engaged in investor-state arbitral proceedings (e.g. under bilateral investment treaties). He also provides frequent advisement to the U.S. Congress Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission on human trafficking and modern slavery.