Milos Ivkovic

Contact Details
First Name
International Arbitrator / Advisor in International Law
Area of Specialisation / Arbitration Experience
Commercial Arbitration, Investment Dispute, Oil and Gas, Power / Energy, Sales / Purchases, Transport / Infrastructure
Austria, USA
English, German, French, Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Serbian, Slovene
Membership Status
Professional Details

Washington University School of Law (LL.M. in U.S. Law)

Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn (LL.M. in German Civil Law)

Paris Lodron University of Salzburg (M.A. in European Union Studies)

University of Belgrade (LL.B.)

Professional Associations

American Society of International Law ("ASIL")

Austrian Arbitration Association (“Arb|Aut”)

Die Deutsche Institution für Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit ("DIS")

Groupe des Jeunes Praticiens de l’Arbitrage ("ASA 40")

ICC Young Arbitrators Forum ("ICC YAF")

International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes ("Young ICSID")

Istanbul Arbitration Centre ("ISTAC")

SCC Young Arbitrators Sweden ("SCC YAS")

Young Austrian Arbitration Practitioners ("YAAP")

Other Qualifications

Miloš Ivković focuses his practice on serving as external legal advisor to governments, state-owned entities, and international business leaders on the subjects of public international law, amendments to national legislation and diplomatic disputes. He has been regularly and personally tasked with preparing peaceful strategies aimed at advancing international cooperation and the rule of law. 


Miloš has furthermore strong experience leading international arbitrations in a wide range of industries, including mining, oil and gas, banking and finance, patent infringement, tourism, etc. His expertise includes counselling host states and international investors engaged in investor-state arbitral proceedings (e.g. under bilateral investment treaties). 


He is committed to assisting new generations of legal professionals.  After becoming a part of academia, Miloš has regularly been engaged as a scholar at various universities around the world. Students under his supervision achieved significant success in leading international competitions. His academic fields of expertise are public international law, international dispute resolution and comparative civil procedure.  Milos currently teaches Human Rights at Washington University School of Law.


Miloš supports diverse social responsibility initiatives, providing pro bono representation in international human trafficking cases.