Milan Milutin, assistant

Milan Milutin1

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 was 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 “Sirmiumlux 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: Audience Award in 2008 and Frist Prize in 2010. He was a member of the Faculty of Law Novi Sad Teams in Public and Private International Law competitions (Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition – National Round and Foreign Direct Investment Moot Competition). He has been a scholar of Konrad Adenauer Stiftung from Berlin since 2010. 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 two international scientific conferences (International Conference “1700 Years of the Edict of Milan” in Niš, Serbia, 16-18 May, 2013 and International Conference of Young Legal Historians, Thessaloniki, Greece, September 27-28 2013)

He is the co-author of one scientific paper and the author of one communication.

Milan Milutin is fluent in English (CEFRL: C2), while improving his Italian (CEFRL: B2), German (CEFRL: B1) and Latin.

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

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