Ana Delic

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Research interests

My area of expertise is private international law, comparative private law and legal history. 

Currently, my doctorate research centers on the interplay between universal or uniform private law versus choice of municipal law methodologies in the history of international commercial contract law. I have tackled private international legal developments from 1750 to the present on the international stage as well as domestic jurisdictions in Europe, Latin America and the United States.

My other research projects have explored the connections between the history of comparative law and private international law and the rise of bilateral and multilateral private international law.


I teach and have taught the following courses:

  • Private International Law and Transnational Litigation
  • Fundamentals of Private Law
  • International Legal History
  • European Legal History

My approach to teaching focuses on  a comparative legal analysis of international law and domestic jurisdictions. I relish the opportunity to work through how legal developments are shaped by history and context, specifically, political, economic, societal and cultural phenomena.

Education/Academic qualification

Law, Bachelor’s Degree, LLB Global Law, Tilburg Law School

Award Date: 1 Jun 2016

History, Master’s Degree, McGill Univ, McGill University

Award Date: 1 Jun 2010

History, Bachelor’s Degree, University of Toronto

Award Date: 1 Jun 2008


  • International Law
  • Private International Law
  • Commercial Law
  • History Of International Law