Anjezë Gojani joined AmCham in May 2015 to serve as the Secretary General of the AmCham Alternative Dispute Resolution Center.
Anjezë is a lawyer with specialization in commercial arbitration and business law. She graduated from Leiden University where she obtained her LL.M (Masters of Law) degree in International and European Business Law. Her dissertation thesis was mentored by Brooks W. Daly, Deputy Secretary-General and Principal Legal Counsel of Permanent Court of Arbitration.
She was awarded the Leiden University Excellence Scholarship 2009 as well as a full scholarship from the European Union Scholarship Scheme in Kosovo. Anjezë also holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from University of Prishtina, Faculty of Law.
In addition to her academic background, Anjezë has a successful professional career. To date, she has served as a Secretary to arbitral tribunals on several international and domestic commercial arbitration cases under UNCITRAL Rules and Kosovo Arbitration Rules 2011. She has more than six years of continuous work in legal research in the field of contracts and commercial law. Anjezë has been engaged as a local expert by several bodies, including GIZ Kosovo, and National Democratic Institute in Kosovo. She has also conducted legal research for the Council of Europe in Kosovo and for USAID KPEP Program in Kosovo. Right after her LL.M Degree, Anjezë has worked at the Ministry of European Integration within the area of internal market and competition. She continues working as an Associate at “Gojani & Partneret”, a law firm based in Prishtina.
Anjezë has been awarded several prizes, including the National Price for Justice “Sali Ceku”, awarded by the Government of Kosovo and the Ministry of Justice, and first place at Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition – National Rounds in 2008.
Anjezë is a Willem C. VIS International Commercial Arbitration Court Alumni as well as EU Scholarship Scheme Alumni.