Loyola University Chicago

School of Law

Part-time Faculty A-M

Davor Babić

Title/s: Professor of Private International Law and International Arbitration
Adjunct Faculty

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About

Davor Babić is a professor of Private International Law and International Arbitration at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Law. He studied law at the University of Zagreb (LL.B, Ph.D.), Asser Institute in the Hague (Diploma in International Commercial Law)  and at the Central European University in Budapest (LL.M. in Intl Business Law).

Professor Babić has published on a wide range of topics relating to private international law, international commercial law and arbitration and ADR. He has sat in over 40 commercial arbitrations as chair, sole arbitrator or co-arbitrator under various institutional and ad hoc arbitration rules (including ICC Rules, LCIA Rules, UNCITRAL Rules, Vienna International Arbitration Centre) and in various seats of arbitration (including London, Paris, Vienna, Munich and Frankfurt). He also acted as a mediator in commercial arbitrations and as a member of dispute adjudication boards under FIDIC construction contracts.

He regularly advises businesses and attorneys on private international law, international commercial law, arbitration, ADR and international investment law. Profesor Babić was head of the working group for negotiations on Croatia's accession to the EU.

Professor Babić is a member of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Commission on Arbitration and ADR.