Prof. Dr. Iris Goldner Lang, LL.M. (London School of Economics and Political Science, Dr. Sc. University of Zagreb), graduated law at the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb (LL.B.) and English language and literature (B.A.) at the Faculty of Languages, Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. As a British Government Chevening Scholar, she earned her Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She did part of her doctoral research as a visiting researcher at the LSE (UK) and as an Ernst-Mach Scholar at the Institute for European Law, Johannes Kepler University in Linz (Austria). She earned her Ph.D. in 2005 at the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb. She passed her Bar exam in 2001.
Iris Goldner Lang held several other posts before starting to work at the Department for European Public Law. She worked in a law firm in Zagreb, at the Strategic Planning office of the Government of the Republic of Croatia and as a trainee at the European Commission in Brussels, where she worked on EU enlargement issues. She is currently associate professor at the Department of European Public Law and a Jean Monnet lecturer. Prof. Dr. Goldner Lang is the module leader of two Jean Monnet Modules "EU Internal Market Law" and "EU Migration Law and Policy" granted by the European Commission. She teaches EU law, EU Migration Law and Policy and EU Internal Market Law at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level at the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law and Faculty of Political Sciences. She is also involved in lifelong learning programmes for Croatian judges (in cooperation with Judicial Academy) public servants (in cooperation with Croatian Ministry of Foreign European Affairs and Croatian State School for Public Administration) and lawyer-linguists. She has held a number of visiting lectures in Croatia and abroad (London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), University of Vienna, University of Lisbon, European Parliament, Vrije Universiteit Brussels, etc.). She has been a member of three working groups for the preparation of accession negotiations between the Republic of Croatia and the European Union: “Freedom of movement of workers”, “Right of Establishment and Freedom to Provide Services” and “Institutions”. She was a member of two working groups for drafting the new Croatian Law on Services and the Law on Foreigners. Currently, she is a member of the working group for the implementation of Directive 2001/24 on the application of patients' rights in cross-border healthcare, established by Croatian Ministry of Health. She has also been an expert on two projects in the area of telemedicine, led by Croatian Ministry of Health. Prof. Dr. Goldner Lang has cooperated with Croatian Judicial Academy on several projects on the training of Croatian judges and public prosecutors. She earned a SOTL (Scholarship for Teaching and Learning) Fellowship by the Central European University (CEU) in Budapest for 2007/2008. She has presented papers at a number of international conferences and seminars. She is editor of three books and author of a number of scientific articles, chapters in books and a book entitled From Association to Accession: How Free is the Free Movement of Persons in the EU (Eleven International Publishing).
Prof. Dr. Goldner Lang is president of Croatian Society for European Law (affiliate of International Federation of European Law - FIDE), member of the Steering Committee of the UNESCO Unit for Bioethics and Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb and member of the Scientific Committee and Organising Committee for the 18th World Congress of Medical Law (Zagreb, 2010). She is member of the Editorial Board and permanent reviewer of Croatian Yearbook of European Law and Policy (CYELP) and of "EUROPA info", the bulleting of the Information Centre for EU Law "EU i" at the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb. Her scientific interests include EU internal market law, particularly, free movement of workers, services and establishment in the EU; EU migration and asylum law; EU institutional and constitutional law; association agreements; EU health law and policy.
· Reforma Europske unije – Lisabonski ugovor (The Reform of the European Union – The Lisbon Treaty) (eds. S. Rodin, T. Ćapeta and I. Goldner Lang), , Narodne novine, Zagreb, 2009.
· Justifying National Barriers to the Provision of Services: Before and After the Services Directive, in Internal Market for Services (ed. R. Knez), International Jean Monnet Conference Collection of Papers, Faculty of Law, University of Maribor, 2009, pp. 57-65.