Sandra Samardžić, Assistant

Samardzic Sandra

Sandra Samardžić, Assistant

She is the beneficiary of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Serbia scholarship for top students of the final year at state-run faculties for outstanding results during the course of studies (2006). She is also the winner of the University of Novi Sad award for top-ranking students for the results in the semesters 2007/2008.

In the year 2010. she defended her master thesis "Subjects of in vitro fertilization procedure in comparative law and their legal status". In the same year she was elected for assistant on Family Law course.

Sandra speaks English and has good knowledge of German. 

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Nikolina Miščević, Assistant

Nikolina Miscevic

Nikolina Miščević, Assistant

Born in Bihac in 1987. She completed Primary school and “Svetozar Markovic” 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.

Study visits: The Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg (Germany), in July and August 2016.

She tutors 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.

Area of academic interest: Law of Obligations.

She speaks English and German.

Room 52, II floor

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Sloboda Midorović, Assistant

Sloboda Midorovic

Sloboda Midorović, Assistant

She graduated from Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 2010. In 2013 she received her LL.M. degree from Karl Franzens University of Graz with the thesis “The EU Regulation and the Hague Protocol on Maintenance Obligations and their Relationship to the Serbian Legal System“. In 2014 she enrolled master studies at the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad. In June 2016 she defended her second master thesis “The Use and the Protection of Cultural Property – Civil Law Aspects”.

She passed the Bar exam and the Lawyer’s exam in 2012, after what she was admitted to the Bar Chamber of Vojvodina. From 2012 to 2013 she worked as a senior legal associate at the Development Fund of Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. In 2014 she was elected for a teaching assistant at Novi Sad Faculty of Law, Department of Civil Law. Currently she teaches practical courses in two subjects: Introduction in Civil Law and Property Law.

During her studies she received numerous awards and scholarships.

Study visits: The Hague Academy of International Law in 2010 and 2011, University of Salzburg in 2011, European Forum Alpbach in 2011, Saint-Louis University in Brussels in 2013, Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich in 2015.

She speaks English and German, and has a basic knowledge of French.

Milica Kovačević, Teaching Assistant

Milica Kovacevic

Milica Kovačević, Teaching Assistant

She was born in Žabljak in 1991. She completed primary and high school in Novi Sad. She graduated from Novi Sad Faculty of Law in September 2014. In the academic year 2013/2014, she enrolled master studies at the same Faculty.

After undergraduate studies she volunteered at the Higher Court in Novi Sad. During summer semester of the academic year 2014/2015 she held practical course in Inheritance Law as a teaching fellow. In April 2016 she was elected for a teaching assistant at Novi Sad Faculty of Law, Department of Civil Law.

She speaks English and has good knowledge of Spanish.

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