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Maja Stanivuković, Ph.D. Full Professor

Maja Stanivukovi

Maja Stanivuković, Ph.D. Full Professor

Professor Stanivuković graduated from the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 1985 and from the Novi Sad Faculty of Philosophy (Department for English Language and Literature) in 1986. She holds Magister of Laws degree from the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad (1989), an LL.M. degree from the Cornell University (1991, Fulbright scholarship), Ph.D. degree from the Novi Sad Faculty of Law (1994) and Diplôme d’Université (D.U.) de troisième cycle de droit nucléaire international of the Université Montpellier 1, Montpellier, France (2011).
Prof. Stanivuković was elected to the position of full professor in 2005. She teaches courses in Private International Law (General and Special Part) at the undergraduate level, as well as elective courses in International Contracts and International Commercial and Investment Arbitration at the master level. She was Coordinator of the English-language postgraduate studies program in Civil and Commercial Law of the European Union from 2001-2007. She has been invited by the Hague Academy of International Law to teach a special course during the private international law session in the summer of 2023.
Professor Stanivuković was Vice-Dean of the Novi Sad Faculty of Law from November 2000 to September 2002. was Head of the Department of International Law from 2009 to 2015 and from 2018 to 2019. She was a member of the delegation of the Republic of Serbia at the 40th and 50th Sessions of UNCITRAL in 2007 and 2017, and acted as consultant of the International Atomic Energy Agency from 2008-2010. She was a member of the Working Group of the Hague Conference for Private International Law that drafted the Judgments Convention (2019). She sat in the Council for Private International Law of the Republic of Serbia from 2011 to 2016.

As an international arbitrator, prof. Stanivuković participated in more than thirty international arbitrations. She is listed as the recommended arbitrator of the Foreign Trade Courts of Arbitration of the Chambers of Commerce of Serbia, Republika Srpska, Macedonia, and Montenegro. She acted as arbitrator in commercial and investment arbitrations administered by the ICC, UNCITRAL, LCIA, ICSID and the Swiss Chambers. She is also listed at the Vienna International Arbitration Center (VIAC), the Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration (SCIA), and the Mauritius International Arbitration Centre (MIAC) lists of recommended arbitrators. In 2014, she has been elected president of the Belgrade Arbitration Center (BAC).

She is a member of the Serbian Arbitration Association, Serbian Association of Commercial Lawyers, International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) and International Nuclear Law Association (INLA). She is a member of the Editorial board of Revija za evropsko pravo and of the International Advisory Board or International Encyclopaedia of Laws. As a lawyer linguist professor Stanivuković was member of the Editorial Board and main advisor for Serbian version of Eurovoc from 2003-2010.

Her areas of academic interest include Private International Law, International Commercial and Investment Arbitration, International Contract Law, and Legal Protection of Foreign Investments.
Prof. Stanivuković is the author, co-author or editor of over 60 academic books or articles. She speaks English and French.

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Petar Đundić, Ph.D., Associate Professor

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Petar Đundić, Ph.D., Associate Professor

 

Professor Petar Đundić was born in 1978 in Novi Sad. He graduated from the Faculty of Law University of Novi Sad in 2002, with the average grade of 9,26 (9.26 out of possible 10.00).

He received his LL.M. degree at the Faculty of Law University of Novi Sad in 2007 and defended his doctoral dissertation “Expropriation in Private International Law of Investments” in 2011, at the same Faculty.

He was elected for the assistant in 2003, promoted to assistant professor in 2013 and to associate professor in 2018.

Professor Đundić teaches courses in Private International Law, Private International Law (General Part) and Private International Law (Special Part) at the undergraduate studies. He also teaches courses at the master and doctoral studies.

In his academic career, professor Đundić has made several study visits abroad. In 2005, he attended the summer school in Private International Law at The Hague Academy of International Law. In 2007, he attended Brooklyn Law School (New York, USA), as a fellow of the American Council for International Education. In 2010, the Max Plank Society awarded him a research scholarship at the Max Plank Institute for Foreign and Private International Law in Hamburg (Germany). Finally, during 2017, he visited Nova University Faculty of Law in Lisbon (Portugal).

Professor Đundić has participated in a considerable number of research projects financed by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of Serbia, Faculty of Law University of Novi Sad, Provincial Government of Vojvodina and Government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. He was a member of the working group established by the Serbian Ministry of Justice and tasked with drafting the new Serbian Private International Law Act. He is a coordinator of the Centre for Trial Simulation at the Faculty of Law and a member of Arbitration Association.

Professor Đundić is the author of more than 30 articles and co-author of two textbooks for the course in Private International Law (Special Part).

He is fluent in English and has a basic knowledge of German

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Nikolina Miščević, Assistant

Nikolina Mievi

Nikolina Miščević, Assistant

 

She was born in Bihać in 1987. She completed primary school and high school in Novi Sad. She graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Novi Sad in 2012. She enrolled in Master academic studies, General Legal Studies study programme, at the same faculty in 2013 and earned a master's degree with the thesis Ugovor o hipoteci (Mortgage contract) in 2015. In the same year she enrolled in Ph.D. studies, Private Law study programme, also at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law.

After the graduation, she worked as a judicial intern at the Basic court in Novi Sad and as an intern at a law firm.

She was elected as a teaching assistant at the Department of Civil Law at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in December 2013. In December 2015 she was elected as an assistant at the same department.

She teaches practical courses of Law of Obligations to the undergraduate students. She is the Secretary of the Department of Civil Law for Bachelor and Master academic studies. At the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad she has been involved in carrying out of the Civil Law Section of the Moot Court Center and the Environmental Law Clinic.

Since 2016, she has been participating in the project Legal Tradition and New Legal Challenges led by the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad.

Study visits: The Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg (Germany), in July and August 2016; DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst) scholarship for a German language intensive summer course Kommunikation im universitären Kontext - mündlich präsentieren at the University in Potsdam (Germany) in August 2017; DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst) scholarship for a German language intensive summer course Mündliche Kommunikation an der Hochschule at the University in Potsdam (Germany) in August 2019.

Area of academic interest: Law of Obligations.

She speaks English and German.

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Sloboda Midorović, Assistant

Sloboda Midorovi

Sloboda Midorović, Assistant

 

She was born in Kikinda in 1986. She graduated from the Faculty of Law University of Novi Sad in 2010 with GPA of 9.96. In 2013 she received an LL.M. degreefrom the Faculty of Law Karl Franzens University in Graz (Austria) (Master thesis title: The EU Regulation and the Hague Protocol on Maintenance Obligations and their Relationship to the Serbian Legal System). Thereupon she received her second LL.M. at the Faculty of Law University of Novi Sad in 2016 (Master thesis title: The Use and the Protection of Cultural Goods – Civil Law Aspects). She enrolled Doctoral studies – Private Law in 2016 at the Faculty of Law University of Novi Sad.
She passed the Bar exam and the Lawyer’s exam in 2012, and was called to the Bar Chamber of Vojvodina. From 2013 to 2014 she worked as a senior legal associate at the Development Fund of Autonomous Province of Vojvodina.

She was elected to the position of an associate in 2014 within the Civil Law Department of the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, followed by an election to the position of an assistant in 2016. Since 2014 she has been holding practical classes in: Introduction to Civil Law and Real Property Law that are taught at the second year of the first degree academic studies. At the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad she has been involved in carrying out of the Civil Law Section of the Moot Court Center and the Environmental Law Clinic.
During her studies she was given the Exceptional Award of Novi Sad University for 2005/2006 and 2006/2007 academic years, the EFG Bank Award in 2009 and the Award of Novi Sad University for academic 2009/2010.

Since 2016, she has been participating in the project Legal Tradition and New Legal Challenges led by the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad. At the end of 2017 and beginning of 2018 she participated as a research associate within the Italian team in the international project HEURIGHTThe Right to Cultural Heritage – Its Protection and Enforcement through Cooperation in the European Union.

Study visits: The Hague Academy of International Law – Private International Law sessions in 2010; summer school European Private Law at the University of Salzburg in 2011; European Forum Alpbach in 2011; The Hague Academy of International Law – Private International Law sessions in 2011; Saint-Louis University of Brussels in 2013, Munich University Summer Training in German and European Law (MUST) at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich in 2015; summer program at the Faculty of Law Prince of Songkla University in Hat Yai in 2016; intensive course in German language „KummunikationimuniversitärenKontext - mündlichpräsentieren“ supported by theDAADscholarship at the University of Potsdam in 2017; Erasmus+summer training in EU Private International Law at the Radboud University of Nijmegen in 2018; two-month research stay supported by the DAAD scholarship at the Department for German and European Civil Law and Civil Procedural Law of the Faculty of Law University of Potsdam in 2019.

She speaks English and German, and has a solid command of French.

Milica Kovačević, Teaching Assistant

Milica Kovaevi

Milica Kovačević, Teaching Assistant

 

She was born in 1991. She completed elementary and high school in Novi Sad. She graduated from Novi Sad Faculty of Law in September 2014 with a high average grade. During her studies, she was a beneficiary of a scholarship from the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development. In 2014 she enrolled in master studies at the same Faculty. In 2016 she defended her master thesis under the title “Testate and Intestate Incapacity to Inherit”. Same year she enrolled in Ph.D. studies, at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law, Private Law study program.

After completing her undergraduate studies, she volunteered as a trainee judge at the High Court in Novi Sad. In April 2016 she was elected as a teaching assistant at the Department of Civil Law at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law. In April 2018 she was elected as an assistant at the same Department, where she now teaches practical course in Inheritance Law. During the winter semester of the school year 2019/2020 she taught practical course in Civil Procedure Law.

She is one of the associates at the Civil Law section of the Moot Court Center and at the Legal Clinic for Environmental Law of the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad. Since 2019, she has been an associate on the project of the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad.

She had several study visits. She got a scholarship for the "European Private Law" school at the Faculty of Law, University of Salzburg (Austria) in 2016. Same year, she attended a summer school at the Prince of Songkle Faculty of Law at Hat Jai University (Thailand). As a DAAD scholarship holder (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst) she attended a German language course "Kommunikation im universitären Kontext - mündlich präsentieren" at the University of Potsdam (Germany) in 2017, and as an Erasmus+ scholarship holder she attended a summer program in International Private Law at the Radbaud University of Nijmegen (Netherlands) in 2018.

She is the author of several scientific papers.

She speaks English (C1) and German (B2) and has a basic knowledge of Spanish.

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