Branka BABOVIĆ (f) LL.M Eur. (LMU Munich), is a Teaching Assistant at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law,. She is a PhD candidate, writing her thesis on “Multi-party international litigation”. She is experienced in interdisciplinary teaching and research in all kinds of dispute resolutions in civil matters. Before joining the Faculty, Ms Babović was an attorney at law, working within the dispute resolution department of a regional law firm where she gained remarkable practical experience for a young lawyer. She participated in several justice reform projects in Serbia financed by the EU, the World Bank Group and GIZ (Deutsche Institution für Internationale Zusammenabeit). Her focus of research is multi-party litigation and collective redress. Having in mind that Law on gender equality and Law on prohibition of discrimination are rare Serbian laws which prescribe collective redress, Ms Babović is one of the few Serbian researchers dealing with procedural aspects of gender based discrimination. She is fluent in English and German. Her papers related to andtidiscrimination laws and collective redress in general are: “Collectivization of Legal Redress against Discrimination”, Pravni život, 2012, 1011- 1021; “Legislative changes in the field of consumer collective redress”, Anali Pravnog Fakulteta Univerziteta u Beogradu, No. 2/2014, 215-228; “Request to eliminate a danger of damage- procedural aspects”, Pravo i privreda 4-6/2015, 154-167; “On discrepancy between substantive legitimation and locus standi in organizational claims”, Srpska politička misao, No. 4/2015, 147-165; “Introduction of Class Action in the Member States of the EU”, Pravo i privreda, No. 4-6/2017, 521-532.