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Ana Vlahek (Slovenia)

Dr Ana Vlahek is associate professor of civil and commercial law, and university docent of European law at University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Law. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in law from University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Law, in 2003 and continued her education at University of Ljubljana with postgraduate studies in civil and commercial law including short-term research and  ducation visits to Cambridge, Cologne, and Salzburg. In 2005, she was also an intern at UNCITRAL in Vienna. She obtained her PhD in 2009 by defending a thesis on derivative transfer of movables in the European legal environment. Apart from working at the Faculty of Law of the University of Ljubljana, first as teaching assistant, and subsequently as university professor, she has also been a researcher at the Institute for Comparative Law at the Faculty of Law in Ljubljana. She has published several cademic articles, has delivered papers at national and international conferences, and has been involved in a plethora of legislative projects in Slovenia, her major interests being European law, private enforcement of antitrust, class actions, property law, and contracts. Since 2001, she has been active and very successful in several moot-court teams (ELMC, CEEMC, Willem C. Vis), first as a speaker, and later as a coach and mentor, now she also serves as a judge at various moot court competitions.