Drazen Petrovic is Registrar of the Administrative Tribunal of the International Labour Organization, the oldest and the most productive international administrative tribunal. He is also Associate Member of Institut du droit international (IDI) and Visiting Professor of IOMBA master’s programme at Geneva University.
Prior to becoming Registrar of the ILO Administrative Tribunal, he was Principal Legal Officer of the ILO, providing legal advice to the ILO bodies as well as defending the ILO legal interest in outside disputes. Before joining the ILO, he worked as legal officer at the United Nations Compensation Commission and as consultant for the UN Human Rights Center. Before coming to Switzerland, he taught international public law at Sarajevo University Law School.
In parallel, he regularly teaches courses at Geneva University, gives lectures at other universities, participates in international conferences and colloquia, and writes articles about verious topics of international law.
Drazen graduated law at Sarajevo University, obtained a Master of Science in Law at Belgrade University, LL.M at the European University Institute in Florence and a Ph.D decree at Geneva University