Dr Dragoljub Todic, has a Ph.D. in law and political science (International Law) has over 30 years of professional experience in legal services, governmental work, teaching and consultancy. He is a researcher at the Institute of International Politics and Economics and former professor at the Megatrend University (Faculty of International Economy, Faculty of State Administration).

Mr. Todic is a member of the International Law Association (ILA), the Serbian Association for International Law (JUMP), AIMS Network (Network of MEAs Senior Officials and Legal Experts for South Eastern Europe) and expert of Permanent Court of Arbitration, Arbitration of Disputes Relating to the Environment and/or Natural Resource.

His key qualifications relevant to the project are analysis of national legislation, gap analysis, coordination activities with relevant subject and other participants in projects, collection of relevant international treaties and other documents, communication with relevant stakeholders, analysis of implementation of the relevant international environmental treaties, analysis of European directives and other relevant regulations in the field of waters and preparation of the proposals for bilateral agreements on water management with neighbouring countries.

His experience in the Drina River Basin includes the development of the Environmental Law Monograph of BIH, Environmental Law Monograph on Montenegro Environmental Law in Serbia, analysis of International environmental agreements and EU integration of the countries in South East Europe, participation in the Europe Aid/129352/C/SER/RS, Technical Assistance for the Hazardous Waste Management Facility project and review of Regulatory and Institutional Frameworks on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in BiH, Kosovo and Serbia (Milieu Project No. 1362.11) (including regional and national regulatory and institutional frameworks and those related to the EC CCS Directive).