Alida Bojadžić is a graduated lawyer from Montenegro, where she acquired her Bachelor’s degree in Law and is currently involved in a Master’s program in Business Law. She has previous work experience as a corporate legal associate in the Montenegrin branch of Deutsche Telekom. She continued pursuing her legal career in the field of criminal and civil law and is currently working as an intern in the Judiciary system of Montenegro. Her civic activism is manifested in many activities she took part in (workshops, conferences, schools, seminars), where she tackled some of the crucial issues the democratic society is facing. These issues include gender equality, freedom of speech, basic human rights (incorporated in the European Convention on Human rights). She is also active in collaborating with local NGOs on publications that are focused on the Western Balkans (her latest contribution includes writing a research paper on the state of the transitional justice process in the WB countries).