Igor Dizdarevic (FR)
EU Law / EU Affairs
Field of specialisation
EU Environmental law; General EU constitutional law; All activities related to the European Investment Bank; EU regulations on Structural Funds; Public Private Partnerships.
Igor Dizdarevic (FR) is a Lecturer at EIPA’s Luxembourg Centre. He holds a Bachelor and Master degree in International Law, from Jean Moulin Lyon III University. He also holds a bilingual French/Spanish Master degree from the Institut d’Etudes politiques de Paris (Sciences Po, Paris) with a focus on EU affairs and public administration. His professional experience includes positions as parliamentary assistant (French parliament), as well as legal researcher and lobbyist on EU environmental law and policy for a major French environmental company in Brussels. Since 2007, he has worked as a consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers Luxembourg, preparing proposals for and implementing EU funded projects in the field of Structural Funds, as well as infrastructure projects in environment, energy, transport, water management, etc. He has also provided consultancy services for the European Commission and the European Investment Bank, designing trainings and drafting guides and manuals for national officials in EU Member States and neighbouring countries.