Ana Bobić is a référendaire at the Court of Justice of the European Union in the cabinet of Advocate General Ćapeta, as well as Adjunct Faculty at the Hertie School and Affiliate Researcher of the Jacques Delors Centre. Until 2021, Ana was a Postdoctoral Researcher at the LEVIATHAN Project at the Hertie School, working on questions of legal accountability in EU economic governance, with a specific focus on the position of the individual in the Economic and Monetary Union. She obtained her DPhil at the University of Oxford as a Law Faculty Graduate Assistance Fund scholar in 2018, where she was also lecturer in EU, Constitutional, and Administrative Law at Keble College and Worcester College. In 2022, she published her first monograph, The Jurisprudence of Constitutional Conflict in the EU, with Oxford University Press. Her second monograph, The Individual in the Economic and Monetary Union. A Study of Legal Accountability, will be published in early 2024 by Cambridge University Press. Ana's research interests include EU constitutional law and theory, as well as judicial interactions in the EU, in particular the dialogues and conflicts between the CJEU and national constitutional courts.