Magdolna Sič, Ph.D. Associate Professor

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Magdolna Sič, Ph.D. Associate Professor

Born in Kula in 1954. She graduated from the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 1977. In 1986 she received her LL.M. degree from the Belgrade Faculty of Law with thesis “Sale Contract as Regulated by the Provisions of Lex Romana Visigothorum”. In 1992 she defended her doctoral dissertation “Codex Theodosianus” at the same faculty. She started her career at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law as the assistant in 1978. In 1993 she was promoted to the assistant professor and in 2002 to associate professor. She teaches Roman Law to law students and students of the Group for Internal Affairs. She teaches courses in Bona Fides of Roman Law and Real Means of Securing Claims on doctoral studies of Private Law. She teaches course in History of State and Law I and II on doctoral studies of Public Law. 

In 1978 she visited University Jozsef Attila in Szeged (Hungary) and in 1988 she went to University “La Sapienza” in Rome (Italy). In 2003 she stayed at Eötvös Lóránd University in Budapest. She participated in international meetings of Roman and Civil law experts.

Areas of academic interest: Roman history, Roman law (with special interest for the late period of Roman legal history) and influence of Roman law on contemporary law.

Professor Magdolna Sič, Ph.D. published 2 exercise books, 1 textbook, co-authored 1 monograph and authored more than 100 academic articles.

Languages: Italian, English, Hungarian. Passively: Latin and French.

Books:
1. Magdolna Sič, Textbook for Roman Law – Life and Law of the Roman Empire, Novi Sad, 2002.
2. Magdolna Sič et al., „Ingatlan-nyilvántartás“ (Land registries), NDVM, Novi Sad, 2003.
3. Magdolna Sič, Practicum in Roman law - Life and Law in the Roman Empire (third revised edition), Novi Sad 2009.
4. Magdolna Sič, Basics of Roman Law: quod necessario, Novi Sad 2010.
5.
Magdolna Sič, The Formation of the Law of Roman Empire and the Late Roman Legislation - Harmonization of the Law and the Creation of Unified Legal Order During the Roman History, Novi Sad, Vojvođanska akademija nauka i umetnosti, 2011.

 

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Nataša Deretić, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

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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., Associate Professor

Drakic Gordana

Gordana Drakić Ph. D., Associate Professor

Born in Novi Sad in 1974. She graduated from the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 1999. During the period 1999-2000 she clerked at the Municipal Court in Novi Sad. She was elected for the assistant for History of State and Law of the Yugoslav Nations in 2000. In December 2003 she received her LL.M. degree with thesis “Judiciary in the Territory of Vojvodina in the Period 1918-1929”.

She defended Ph.D. thesis "Agrarian legislation in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (Kingdom of Yugoslavia) and its application in the territory of jurisdiction of the Appellate Court in Novi Sad" in 2009 at the Law Faculty in Novi Sad. She was elected for assistant in 2004, and for assistant professor in the 2010. From school year 2010/11 she teaches course History of State and Law II (History of State and Law of Serbia) on undergraduate studies and History of Political and Legal Institutions of Vojvodina on master studies. 

Gordana Drakić Ph.D. performed exercises in courses History of State and Law II (earlier name of the course: History of States and Laws of Peoples of Serbia and Montenegro) and History of State and Law I (earlier name of the course: General History of State and Law) to students of General group and Group for Internal affairs on undergraduate studies at Faculty of Law in Novi Sad.

She was the secretary of the Department of History of State and Law (2000-2004).

She stayed at the University of Passau (Germany) in 2003 and at Bauhaus University in Weimar (Germany) in 2004 in order to improve German language skills. In 2004 she stayed at the Law Faculty of Friedrich-Schiller University in Jena on Coimbra Group Hospitality Scheme scholarship.

Areas of her academic interests are: legal order, legislative acticvity and judiciary in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes/Кingdom of Yugoslavia, legal regulation and implementation of agrarian reform in interwar Yugoslav state.

She has published 20 academic articles.

Languages: English, German.

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Maša Kulauzov Ph.D., Associate Professor

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Maša Kulauzov Ph.D., Associate Professor

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. She also worked as a junior barrister.
She was the secretary of the Department of History of State and Law from February, 2004 to February, 2005. She defended her master thesis "Foreign influences on the development of the idea of bicameral assembly in the constitutional system of Serbia." 

She defended her PhD thesis "Zadruga among the South Slavs in the nineteenth century," in 2010 at the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad.

She was elected for the teaching assistant for the course of History of Law and State in 2003, for assistant at the same course in 2008, and for assistant professor in 2011. She teaches courses in History of State and Law I (General History of State and Law) and Great Legal Systems and Codifications to students of General group.

Maša Kulauzov Ph.D. performed exercises in courses History of State and Law I and History of State and Law II to students of General group and Group for Internal affairs on undergraduate studies at Faculty of Law in Novi Sad.

 Languages: English, German, Russian.

She is the author of 15 academic articles.

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Uroš Stanković, Assistant

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Uroš Stanković, Assistant
Secretary of the Department

Born on November 15th, 1985 in Vukovar. Finished elementary school in the place of birth and grammar school in Novi Sad. Enrolled Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 2004 and graduated in 2008, with average mark 9,75.

Elected teaching assistant for the teaching course History of State and Law II in 2008, and for assistant in 2010.

He is the author of 5 academic articles.

Languages: English, passive knowledge of French and German.