Uroš Popović has extensive experience in corporate and commercial law in Serbia and in Montenegro. He has developed his expertise in competition law, data protection, intellectual property, telecommunications, media and technology, dispute resolution, energy and infrastructure, M&A, food and beverage and retail matters. Prior to joining the founding team of Bojović Drašković Popović & Partners (Bojović & Partners at that time), Uroš worked as a senior associate at a major commercial law firm in Belgrade where he primarily covered corporate and competition matters. He also worked as a senior associate at the associated law firm of PwC led by Marija Bojović.
Uroš earned a B.A in Political Science and Economics from Rutgers University in New Jersey and he went on to earn his Masters in International Relations from Boston University, where he also received his Juris Doctor degree. Uroš was admitted to the New York bar in 2006. Upon returning to Belgrade in 2007, Uroš earned his MA in Law from the University of Belgrade, from the Faculty of Law, and subsequently passed the Serbian bar exam. In 2016, Uroš was awarded a Postgraduate Diploma in European Union Competition Law from King’s College, London.
Uroš is a member of both the Serbian Bar Association and the New York Bar Association. Uroš is an active member of the Telecommunications and IT Committee of the Foreign Investors Council and he continuously participates in drafting the relevant sections of the White Book. Uroš has been recognized by Chambers and Partners as a recommended lawyer in the Chambers Global and the Chambers Europe guides, for many years. He has also been a recommended lawyer for many years by The Legal 500.
Uroš is fluent in English and has an intermediate knowledge of French.