Dr Aneta Spaić was born on 27 September 1981 in Nikšić, where she completed elementary school. Diploma of international baccalaureate in high school has been given to her by United World College in Trieste, Italy. In 2004, she graduated from the Law Faculty in Podgorica, graduating with top honours (having an average grade of ten). While studying, she was awarded by the city of Podgorica, School of Law and University, several awards and the Charter of the University of Montenegro as best student of the University and Law School. After her Bachelor’s degree in law, she pursued her Masters in Law at Kyushu University (Fukuoka, Japan) as a scholar of the Japanese Government. In 2004 she was elected for a teaching assistant and worked as the administrative assistant in Centre for Human Rights. About the same time, she became a laureate of the Montenegrin Academy of Science and Art. In 2009, she obtained her PhD from the Law Faculty of University of Montenegro in Podgorica. In December of the same year, she was elected for arbitrator of the International Arbitration Court attached to Chamber of Commerce, and conferred the academic title of assistant professor at the University of Montenegro, Faculty of Law. In 2010 she was appointed for the national correspondent by Government of Montenegro in UNCITRAL. In 2011 she became a member of Centre for Young Scientists of Montenegrin Academy of Science and Art, and in 2014 a member of Global Young Academy. In May 2015 she was conferred the rank of associate professor, and became full professor in July 2019, at University of Montenegro, Faculty of Law. In May of 2019 she assumed the position of the dean of the Law School University of Montenegro.
She serves as the Member of the Complain Commission of Media self regulation, President of Montenegrin branch of the International Legal Association in London, Member of the Scientific board of University of Montenegro. For three years she was the Member of the Prosecutor Council and member of the Committee for monitoring the attacks on the journalists.
She gave lectures/speeches on various legal issues with the focus on the human rights, freedom of expression, hate speech, privacy… In addition, she experienced teaching law on foreign law schools and undergraduate forums. She is the (co) author of monographs entitled Media Law in Montenegro published by Kluwer International, Strengthening the role of media in advancing criminal justice in Montenegro, New Lex Mercatoria and Termination of Sale Contract, Mediation in Commercial Disputes, Legal Aspects of Mitigating Risks in Project Finance and writer of significant number of articles in the scientific, professional international and national journals.