Neda Savić got a PhD in Law at the University of Niš, Faculty of Law in 2019, having defended the thesis An Ecofeminist Aspect of Green Criminology. She spent the last semester of the doctoral studies at the Faculty of Law, NOVA University of Lisbon, as an Erasmus+ scholarship holder. Her areas of specialty are environmental crimes, gender studies, and legal protection of animals.
She got a Bachelor degree in Law (2013) and a Master degree in Law (2014), with the thesis Private Prisons. She is the author of numerous papers published in the country and abroad, and a holder of many awards, recognitions, and scholarships.
As LTP fellow, she would like to further advance her research skills, but also to gain and develop advocacy skills, to learn project management and strategic planning skills, as well to master the communication and analytical skills. The topic of her research paper is The criminal law aspects of connections between animal abuse and violence against women.