Bojan Bugaric is Professor of Law in the School of Law. He was appointed to a chair at Sheffield in September 2018. Before coming to Sheffield, he lectured at the University of Ljubljana. He has held visiting positions at the University of Trento, Italy, the University of California School of Law in Los Angeles and at the Center for European Studies, Harvard University.

He teaches and researches in the fields of constitutional law, comparative constitutional law, public law, EU law, law and democracy and law and development, broadly conceived. He is currently working on the book project Populists at the Gates: Constitutional Democracy Under Siege?, which looks at the specific policy failures responsible for the populist surge in the West from a  constitutional law perspective.

Bojan has published numerous articles in leading journals such as the Harvard International Law Journal, Wisconsin International Law Journal, American Journal of International Law, Annual Review of Law and Social Science, International Journal of Constitutional Law, Journal of Democracy, and in Foreign Affairs, to name a few. He studied law as an undergraduate at the University of Ljubljana, graduated (LL.M) at the UCLA, Los Angeles, and wrote his doctorate at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Further information about Bojan can be found here.