Emina is a trainee solicitor with experience in commercial disputes resolution, competition law, intellectual property and human rights.
Emina joined Hausfeld’s Intern Programme in July 2020 and commenced her training contract in September 2022. She has assisted on multiple high-profile collective redress claims across the commercial and competition litigation departments, as well as high-value personal injury-related matters. This included case management, conducting legal research and the drafting of legal documents and witness statements. As part of the consumer bookbuild on the Mercedes Emissions claim, she coordinated the workflow and progress of the paralegal team.
Prior to joining Hausfeld, Emina was a paralegal at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, completed a summer placement in the trademarks department of Dehns and was Pathway Assistant to Prof. Philippa Webb at King’s College, London. During her studies, she volunteered for the Streetlaw Project and Amnesty International, among others.
Working towards a diverse, equitable and inclusive work force is paramount to Emina who is an active member of Hausfeld's Disability Inclusion group.
Emina is a native Swedish speaker; fluent in Bosnian, Serbian, and Croatian; and conversational in Spanish.
The University of Law, London Moorgate, Legal Practice Course (Accelerated) (Distinction)
King’s College, London, LLM Transnational Law (Distinction)
King’s College, London, LLB Law
Malmö Borgarskola in Sweden, International Baccalaureate
She was awarded:
- the Dickson Poon School of Law Prize for the best dissertation on the Transnational Law LLM and for best student on the Transnational Law LLM
- the Dickson Poon Undergraduate Scholarship worth £18,000.
A comparative analysis of the effectiveness of compulsory licenses as a tool for improving access to cancer medicines, King’s College London Law School Graduate Student Research Paper, Melkic E, 2019.