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Nataša Deretić, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Nataa Dereti

Nataša Deretić, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Nataša Deretić was born in Uroševac (Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija) in 1956. She graduated from the Law School of the University in Priština in 1978 and started working there as a teaching assistant for Roman Law in 1980.  She got her master's degree in 1989, and defended her doctoral thesis in 1997 before the board consisting of Prof. Antun Malenica, PhD, Prof. Sima Avramović, PhD, and Prof. Miroslav Milošević, PhD.

As an assistant professor, she taught Roman Law at the Law School in Priština from 1997 to 2003, when she was also elected assistant professor for National History of State and Law at the Police Academy in Belgrade.  She continued teaching Roman Law at rhe Law School in Priština as a part-time teacher, but in October 2008 she decided to leave both the Police Academy in Belgrade and the Law School in Priština, since she was elected a full-time faculty member at the Law School of the University in Novi Sad.  Since then she has been teaching Roman Law as a teacher in the academic rank of assistant professor.

She has participated in a number of scientific meetings in the country and abroad. Beside papres related to her specialist field - history of law, in 2008 she published a coursebook entitled National History of State and Law intended for students of the Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies.

Area of her academic interest: family relations in legal history

Languages: English, Russian, Italian.

Monograph:

Nataša Deretić, Marriage in history of law, Centar za izdavačku delatnost Pravnog fakulteta u Novom Sadu, Novi Sad 2011.

Books:

1. Antun Malenica, Nataša Deretić - "Roman law", 10th edition, Novi Sad, 2011.

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Gordana Drakić Ph. D., Full Professor

Gordana Draki

Gordana Drakić Ph. D., Full Professor

 

She graduated from the Law Faculty of the University of Novi Sad in January 1999.

She obtained Magister of Laws degree in 2003 at the Law Faculty of the University of Novi Sad in 2003, having defended thessis  ‘Judiciary in Vojvodina in the period from 1918 to 1929‘.

In 2009 prof. Drakić defended her doctoral dissertation 'Agrarian Legislative in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenians (Kingdom of Jugoslavia) and its Application on the Territory under the Jurisdiction of the Appellate Court in Novi Sad', at the same Faculty.

During 1999 and 2000 she worked as a legal trainee in the Municipal Court in Novi Sad. She started a career at the University in 2000, when she was elected for a teaching assistant. She became assistant in 2004, and an assistant professor in 2010.

Prof. Drakić was elected for the position of an associate professor in 2015, and for the position od full professor in 2020.

She started to give lectures in History of State and Law II in the academic 2010/11 at undergraduate studies. She teaches History of Political and Legal Institutions of Vojvodina at master studies, and she is also taking part in doctoral studies.

From 2000 to 2004 she has been a Secretary of the Department for History of State and Law. She was a member of the Senate of the Law Faculty of the University of Novi Sad from 2008 to 2018, and Vice-President of the Senate from 2013 to 2018.

From 2016 she is a Head of the Department for History of State and Law at the Law Faculty of the University of Novi Sad.

She was elected for Vice-Dean for science in 2018, and she is a member of the Scholarly and Academic Council of the Faculty. Also, she is a member of the Expertise Council for social sciences of the University of Novi Sad and the Ethics Committee of the University of Novi Sad. Prof. Drakić is a member of the Managing Board of the Institute of History in Belgrade and a member of the Centre for Economic History of the Institute of Economic Sciences in Belgrade. Prof. Drakić is also a member of the Commission for Quality Assurance and Improvement of Law Faculty of the University of Novi Sad.

She is author of two monographies and more than 50 papers. She has participated in many national and international confernces. She participates in several scientific projects.
For the purpose of improving the knowledge of German language she visited University of Passau in 2003, as well as Bauhaus University in 2004. She conducted a study visit to the Law Faculty of the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena (Germany), as a holder of scholarship of stipendiste Coimbra Group Scheme. She speaks English and German.

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Maša Kulauzov Ph.D., Associate Professor

Maa Kalauzov

Maša Kulauzov Ph.D., Associate Professor

 

Maša Kulauzov was born in Novi Sad in 1977. She graduated from the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 2001. During her studies she was awarded for her achievements several times by the University of Novi Sad and the Novi Sad Faculty of Law. From 2001 till 2003 she worked as a junior barrister and in January 2004 passed the bar examination. Professor Maša Kulauzov received her LL.M. degree from the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 2006 having defended thesis ʺForeign influences on the development of the idea of bicameral structure of parliament in Serbian constitutional system″. In 2010 she successfully defended her Ph.D. dissertation ʺZadruga among South Slavs in XIX centuryʺ.

In 2004 Maša Kulauzov was elected to the position of assistant for the course of ″History of State and Law I″, in 2011 to the position of assistant professor, and for the associate professor in 2016. Professor Maša Kulauzov teaches courses in ″History of State and Law I″ to law students, in ″History of State and Law″ to students of the Internal Affairs studies group as well as elective course in ″Principal Legal Systems and Codifications″ on first year of basic academic studies. She also teaches courses in ″Legal Theories and Institutions of Antiquity″ and ″History of Civilisation″ on master academic studies and course in ″History of State and Law I and II″ on doctoral academic studies.  

In 2005 and 2008, professor Kulauzov stayed at the Max Planck Institute for the European legal history in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. 

Areas of academic interest: general legal history, bicameral parliament in Serbian constitutional history, zadruga among South Slavs in XIX century, civil procedure in XIX century Serbia.

Professor Maša Kulauzov, Ph.D. published one monograph, one textbook and 41 academic articles.

Languages: English, German, Russian.

Books:
1. Maša Kulauzov, Proceedings in Appellate Court and Court of Cassation According to the Provisions of Code of Civil Procedure of Serbia from 1865, Publishing centre of the Law Faculty of Novi Sad, Novi Sad 2015.
2. Maša Kulauzov, General Legal History, Publishing centre of the Law Faculty of Novi Sad, Novi Sad 2019.  

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Uroš Stanković, Ph.D., Teaching Assistant with Doctoral Degree

Uro Stanovi

Uroš Stanković, Ph.D., Teaching  Assistant with Doctoral Degree
Secretary of the Department

 

Uroš Stanković was born in 1985 in Vukovar. He attended elementary school in his birthplace and Bačka Palanka, and grammar school in Novi Sad. He enrolled at the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad in 2004, and graduated from the same faculty in 2008. In the same year he was elected assistant trainee for the course of Legal History II (Serbian Legal History) at his alma mater, whereat he enrolled at master studies, which he completed in 2009 by defending master thesis Preki sud za učesnike u Ivanjudanskom atentatu (Summary Criminal Court for the participants in Ivanjdan Assassination Attempt). He obtained doctor’s degree in 2016, after having defended doctoral dissertation Črezvičajni sud nad buntovnicima i preki sud formiran povodom Katanske bune (Irregular Court for the Rebels and Summary Criminal Court Formed on the Occasion of the Hussars’ Rebellion).

Uroš Stanković is the author of more than 20 scientific articles and he had participated in over 10 scientific conferences.

He speaks English and has passive knowledge French, German and Russian.

Milan Milutin, assistant

Milan Milutin

Milan Milutin, Assistant

 

Born in 1989 in Novi Sad. He graduated from the “Petefi brigada” Elementary school in 2004 in Kula as a valedictorian. Since childhood, he has been active in the art of spoken word, firstly in the form of poetry reciting, while later mostly in oratory. His mentor has been famous Vesna Drincic Djilas, pedagogue in the art of spoken word. On multiple occasions, he was awarded Golden Plaque of the Provincial Poetry Reciting Competition, while trice he participated in National Competitions. He was also rewarded third prize at the International Oratory Festival “Sirmium – lux verbi” in Sremska Mitrovica, in the ex tempore category. As a senior student of the “Zarko Zrenjanin” Grammar School in Vrbas, he won the first award at the National Competition in History. He graduated from the Grammar School in 2008, having been awarded “Vuk Karadzic” Diploma for Excellence in General Academic Performance and Exemplary Conduct.

During his undergraduate studies at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law, in which he enrolled in 2008, Milan Milutin was awarded by the University of Novi Sad – for the academic performance in the academic year 2008/2009 and for a paper entitled “Constitutional Complaint as an Instrument of Direct Protection of Human Rights Before the Constitutional Court”. He was also rewarded at the Faculty Oratory Competition: the Audience Award in 2008 and the First Prize in 2010. He was a member of the Faculty of Law Novi Sad Teams in Public and twice in Private International Law competitions (Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition – National Round and Foreign Direct Investment Moot Competition). He has been a Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (Berlin) scholarship holder since 2010 until 2012. He graduated from the University of Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 2012. In the same year, he was elected teaching assistant in Roman Law at the same Faculty.

Milan Milutin earned his Master of Laws degree in 2014, his final thesis having been entitled “The Jurisdictions of Provincial Governors in the Matter of Property Law in Rome”. In the same year, he has been elected assistant in Roman Law at the same Faculty.

Milan Milutin participated in three international scientific conferences (International Conference “1700 Years of the Edict of Milan” in Niš, Serbia, 16th-18th May, 2013, International Conference of Young Legal Historians, Thessaloniki, Greece, 27th-28th September, 2013 and International Conference “The Study and the Teaching of Roman Law and Roman Legal Tradition at the Beginning of the XXI Century”, Sofia, Bulgaria, 13th-14th October, 2016.) as well as one scientific conference with international participation („Pravo u funkciji razvoja društva“, Kosovska Mitrovica, 24th May, 2019).

Milan Milutin is fluent in English (CEFRL: C2), while improving his Italian (CEFRL: C1), German (CEFRL: B2) and Latin.

He is the Secretary of the Department for History of State and Law for undergraduate studies.

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Study visit:
1.    Università degli studi di Milano, Facoltà di giurispridenza, 26th February, 2016 – 27 th March, 2016, within the Sigma Agile Programme

Bibliography:
1.    Magdolna Sič, Ph.D, Milan Milutin, “Constitutions of Emperor Constantine the Great Issued in Niš”, International Conference “1700 Years of the Edict of Milan”, Niš, 16th-18th May, 2013.
2.    Milan Milutin, “Certain Aspects of the Relationship Between Constantine the Great and Licinius”, International Conference of Young Legal Historians, Thessaloniki, 27th-28th September, 2013. (communication)
3.    Milan Milutin, “How to Teach Roman Law – Seeking the Methods”, International Conference “The Study and the Teaching of Roman Law and Roman Legal Tradition at the Beginning of the XXI Century”, Sofia, 13th-14th October, 2016.
4.    Magdolna I. Sič, Ph.D, Milan M. Milutin, “Acquisition of Ownership over the Pledged Thing by the Creditor in Roman Law (impetratio dominii)”, Collected Papers of the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, 2/2016, 107-120.
5.    Milan Milutin, “Рignoris Capio During Roman History: Pignoris Capio According to the Institutes of Gaius”, Collected Papers of the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, 2/2017, 193-208.
6.    Magdolna I. Sič, Ph.D, Milan M. Milutin, “Ius Vendendi of the Pledgee and the Issue of the Responsibility for Eviction in Roman Law”, Collected Papers of the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, 4/2017, 1453-1469.
7.    Nataša Lj. Deretić, Ph.D, Milan M. Milutin, “Drastic Examples of Political Corruption in
the Ninetheenth Century Serbia”, Collected Papers of the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, 3/2018, 1145-1172.