Haris Huremagić graduated in 2021 from the University of Vienna, where he earned his first degree in law (“Magister iuris”).
During his studies, he worked as a student research assistant at the Department of European, Comparative and International Law at the University of Vienna (2017–19 and 2020–21).
In 2017, Haris participated in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in Washington, DC. Two years later, he coached the University of Vienna's team, which advanced to the final rounds (top 32) in Washington, DC. He gained further academic experience through an exchange year at Sciences Po Paris, France, during which he focused on international criminal and humanitarian law.
Currently, he is pursuing an LLM degree at the University of Michigan Law School, where he works as a research assistant with Prof. Catherine A. MacKinnon.
Haris also interned in several law firms in Vienna, including Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, and in the Austrian Foreign Trade Office in Zagreb, Croatia.
Haris has a passion for (German and South Slavic) literature and holds a bachelor of arts in Slavic studies from the University of Vienna. During his free time, he occasionally translates literature from Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian into German. He also adores music and at times plays the French horn in several orchestras. Haris also received training in orchestral conducting (2010–14), as well as piano and cello lessons.