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Dragan Milkov Ph.D., Full Professor

Dragan Milkov1

Dragan Milkov Ph.D., Full Professor
Head of the Department

 

Professor Dragan Milkov, Ph.D., was born in Novi Sad in 1954. He graduated from the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 1976. In 1980 he earned his LL.M degree from the Belgrade Faculty of Law with thesis Autonomy of Administrative Bodies which was graded with distinction. In 1981/1982, he prepared his doctoral dissertation entitled Notion of Administrative Act at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, as a scholar of the Government of the French Republic and in 1983 he defended it with distinction at the Belgrade Faculty of Law. He was elected as the assistant at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 1977, as the assistant professor in 1984, as the associate professor in 1989, and as the full professor in 1994.

He teaches course in Administrative Law to law students of the General legal studies and of the Internal affairs legal studies, as well as the optional course in Science on Administration at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law. He teaches course at Master Studies in Human Rights and State Administration to law students of the General legal studies and of the Internal affairs legal studies. At doctoral studies for Public Law, he teaches course in Administrative Law – Optional Subjects.

He reads, writes and speaks English, French and German language; he reads and speaks Italian language.

Areas of his academic interest are general questions of administrative law, administrative act, administrative procedure, control of administration, ombudsman and administrative dispute.

Professor Dragan Milkov, Ph.D., has participated in numerous international academic conferences: Ombudsman, Novi Sad,1989, announcement entitled About the Possibility ofYugoslav Ombudsman;Colloque de droitconstitutionnel,Lausanne,Suisse,1990, announcement Federalism and protection of minorities;L’avenir de l’Etat dans une économie de marché,Paris,1991;Fifth International Ombudsman Conference,Wien,1992;Ombudsman Concept, Taipei, Taiwan, 1994;Fourth World Congress, International Association of Constitutional Law,Tokio,Japan,25-28 September 1995,  co-report Protection ofcitizens rights;Seventh International Anti-Corruption Conference,Beijing,China,6-10 October 1995, report  Administrative Control and Anticorruption inYugoslavia;Sixth International Ombudsman Conference, Buenos Aires, 1996;Annual Conference of the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration, Durban, South Africa, 1996, report PublicEnterprises Boards in Yugoslavia;Annual Conference of the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration, Québec, 1997, report Central and Local Government Relations in Yugoslavia ;Annual Conference of the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration, Paris, 1998, report entitled Intergovernmental Relations inYugoslavia, reportThe Structure of Public Administration in Yugoslavia;Public Administration: Structures and Rules of Operation, Athens, Greece, 2-3 March 2000;Der ombudsmann in alten und neuenDemokratien, organized by International Ombudsman Institute, Innsbruck, Austria, 26th June 2003; Protection of Minorities and Ombudsman Reality, 10th May 2004, Budapest, organized by European Ombudsman Institute; VIII Congress of the International Ombudsman Institute, Québec, 7–10th September 2004, report Central and Local Government Relations in Yugoslavia; The Ombudsman in South and Eastern Europe: enhancing regional cooperation, 28–29th September 2004, Belgrade, organized by Eunomia Project and Greek Ombudsman, the OSCE Mission to Serbia and Montenegro, Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe and Ministry of Public Administration and Local Self Government of the Republic of Serbia. Exposition on the subject The Law on Ombudsman of the Republic of Serbia; The Round table on the subject The Public Administration Reform and Democratization of Society – the Law on Ombudsman, organized by the Ministry of Public Administration and Local Self Government of the Republic of Serbia with the support of the OSCE Mission to Serbia and Montenegro, Belgrade, 22nd November 2004; 9th Round Table of European National Ombudspersons, organized by the Commissioner for Human Rights of Council of Europe and the Danish Ombudsman, Copenhagen, 31st March – 1st April 2005; The Conceivability, but also the Inconceivability, of a Hierarchical Structuring of Ombudsman Institutions, European Ombudsman Institute, Innsbruck, Austria, 1st April 2006; Announcement by invitation at the International Academic Conference held at the Timisoara Law Faculty, 24th October 2008. Article entitled The Protector of Citizens – Serbian Ombudsman; Introductory lecture upon invitation, Schwerin, Federal Republic of Germany, the Conference organized by the Ombudsman of the German State of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Die Entwicklung des Ombudsmanswesens, 26th September 2010; Announcement upon invitation to the Conference entitled Réformes et mutations des collectivitésterritoriales, organized by the GRALE (Group for researching of Local Self Government in Europe), the University of Paris I (Panthéon Sorbonne) and the University of Toulouse I, Toulouse 21st – 22nd October 2010 with report on the subject Collectivitéterritoriale en Serbie; Announcement by invitation at the Academic Conference entitled Law as Unifying Factor of Europe – jurisprudence and practice, organized by the Bratislava Faculty of Law, 21st – 23rd October 2010 with report on the subject Ombudsman – Administrative Control Tool.

Professor Dragan Milkov, Ph.D., is the author/co-author of several books in Serbian, one book in English and one book in French language, as well as around one hundred other academic and professional papers.

Selected books and papers

1.    Dragan Milkov, Administrative Law I – Preliminary and Organizational Issues, Novi Sad 2016.
2.    Dragan Milkov,Administrative Law II – Administrative Action, Novi Sad 2017.
3.    Dragan Milkov,Administrative Law III - Control of Administration, Novi Sad 2019.
4.    Dragan Milkov, “Ombudsman in the Countries of the Former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia”, in: Gregory, R., Giddings, P. J. (ed.): Righting Wrongs: The Ombudsman in Six Continents (International Institute of Administrative Sciences Monographs, 13), Amsterdam, IOS Press, 2000, pp. 373-389.
5.    Dragan Milkov,„Le Contrôle de l Administration en Serbie“, U: Mélanges offerts au professeur Michel Lesage: L Etat et le droit d Est en Ouest, Pariz, LGDJ, 2006, pp. 511-521.
6.    Dragan Milkov, „Collectivités locales en Serbie“, in: Regourd, S., Carles, J., Guignard, D. (Ed.): Réformes et mutations des collectivités territoriales, Paris, L’Hartman, 2012, pp. 505-514.
7.    Dragan Milkov, “Ombudsman. About the name of the Institution”, in: European Heart of Human Rights = Европейское сердце прав человека / editor Nina Karpachova and Josef Siegele, Kijev, Noviy Druck, 2015, pp. 85-92.
8.    Dragan Milkov, „Die Verwaltungsgerichtsbarkeit in Serbien“, in: Vergleichendes Verwaltungsrecht in Südosteuropa: Grundriss der Verwaltungsordnungen Sloweniens, Kroatiens, Serbiens und Mazedoniens, B. Wieser, A. Stolz (Hrsg), Wien, Verlag Österreich, 2016, pp. 485-527.
9.    Dragan Milkov, „Die Verwaltungsverfahen in Serbien“, in: Vergleichendes Verwaltungsrecht in Südosteuropa: Grundriss der Verwaltungsordnungen Sloweniens, Kroatiens, Serbiens und Mazedoniens, B. Wieser, A. Stolz (Hrsg), Wien, Verlag Österreich, 2016, pp. 271-329.
10.    Dragan Milkov, „Le développement de l'institution de l'ombudsman“, in: Mélanges en l'honneur du Professeur Gérard Marcou, Paris, IRJS Editions, 2017, pp. 893-907.

Professor Dragan Milkov, Ph.D., has been on numerous professional improvements and international study visits: Université de Paris I; JuristischeFakultät Köln; UniversitéCatholique de Louvain; JuristischeFakultät Wien; JuristischeFakultät der Universität Regensburg; Médiateur de la République, Paris; Volksanwaltschaft, Vienna; Ombudsman, Copenhagen, Ombudsman, Stockholm; University of London; University of Reading.

In October and November 2001 he was a visiting professor at the University of Toulouse, France. 

Professor Dragan Milkov, Ph.D., has been a coordinator of academic, research and development projects: OECD International research project Relations Between Administration and Citizens (1986–1989); OECD International research project Ombudsman (1989–1992); The Law of Serbia in European Perspective – project of the Ministry of Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia (from October 2009 to the end of 2011); Theoretical and Practical Problems in Creation and Application of Law (EU and Serbia) – project of the Novi Sad Faculty of Law (2011–2015); Legal Tradition and New Legal Challenges – project of the Novi Sad Faculty of Law (2016–).   

Relevant social activities and positions

-    Director of the Institute of Social and Legal Sciences at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law (1985– 1990).
-    Vice-Dean of the Novi Sad Faculty of Law (1990–1992).
-    Dean of the Novi Sad Faculty of Law (1992–1998).
-    Head of the Department of Public Law at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law.
-    President of the Senate of the Novi Sad Faculty of Law since 2006.
-    President of the Faculty Reform Commission.
-    Member of the Novi Sad Faculty of Law Commission for Nostrification of Foreign University Degrees.
-    Member of the University of Novi Sad Professional Council for Social-Humanity Sciences.
-    From 1998 to 2000 permanent member of the Legal Council of Federal Government.
-    Since 1994 member of the International Ombudsman Institute – Edmonton – Alberta, Canada.
-    Member of the working group of International Institute for Administrative Sciences from Brussels regarding the project Ombudsman (1995–1998).
-    Since 1996 expert of the International Institute for Administrative Sciences from Brussels.
-    From 1997 to 1999 member of the research team of International Research Project of the British Council Administrative Control in United Kingdom and Yugoslavia.
-    Since April 2006 member of the Board of European Ombudsman Institute, Innsbruck, Austria.
-    From 2011 to 2018 Vice President of the Executive Board of the European Ombudsman Institute.
-    Since 2018 President of the European Ombudsman Institute.

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Slobodan Orlović, Ph.D., Full Professor

Slobodan Orlovi

Slobodan Orlović, Ph.D., Full Professor 

 

He was born in Sarajevo, SR Bosnia and Hercegovina, in 1972. He graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Novi Sad in 1997. He obtained his LL.M. degree by defending the thesis “Executive Power in Former Yugoslav Republics” in 2002. He obtained his Ph.D. degree by defending the doctoral dissertation “Principles of Power Division within the Constitutional Development of Serbia” at the same faculty in 2008.

He was elected to the position of Assistant Professor for the scientific field Public Law, for the course Constitutional Law, at the University of Novi Sad in 2008.Before that, he worked in judiciary, in the field of finances and education. In that time he passed his bar exam (2000). He was elected to the position of Full Professor in 2018.

He had been performing а function of Vice-Dean for international cooperation (2011-2015) andthe function of Vice-Dean for science (2015-2018) atthe Faculty of Law, University of Novi Sad. He has been performing a function of Vice

Dean for finance since 2018.; a function of President of the Ethical Council of the University of Novi Sad since 2017. and a function of Editor of the Collected Papers of the Novi Sad Faculty of Law since 2013. He is the member of the

Serbian Association for Constitutional Law and the member of the Serbian Legal Club.

He speaks English and Russian.

He is the author of more than seventy academic and professional papers in the field of Constitutional Law and three books.
 
Books

S. Orlović, Principles of Power Division within the Constitutional Development of Serbia, Beograd, 2008.
S. Orlović, Governance of constitution or constitutional judiciary, Novi Sad, 2013.
S. Orlović, Constitutional Law, Novi Sad, 2018.
 
Selected papers

1. S. Orlović, “On the Power of Constitutional Judiciary and Judicial Power”, October legal days in Banja Luka, October 2013, Legal word, 35/2013.
2. S. Orlović, “On the Relation between Ecological Rights and Politics”, International academic conference Rule of Law and Legal State in the Region, Istočno Sarajevo Faculty of Law, 26th October 2013, Collected Papers Rule of Law and Legal State in the Region, Istočno Sarajevo Faculty of Law, Istočno Sarajevo, 2014.
3. S. Orlović, “Change of Position of Constitutional Judiciary“, Collected Papers of the Novi Sad Faculty of Law, 4/2013.
4. S. Orlović, “Political Capacity of Constitutional Judiciary“, NBP: Journal of Criminalistics and Law, 3/2013.5.
5. Orlović, “Constitutional Courts of Serbia and Hungary as Parts of the European Model of Constitution Protection“, Thematic Collection of Papers Harmonization of Serbian and Hungarian Law with the European Union Law, II, Novi Sad, 2014.
6. S. Orlović, “Judicial Power According to the Constitution of 1888”, Collected Papers of the Academic conference Constitution of the Kingdom of Serbia of 1888 – 125 Years since Adoption, Belgrade, 2015.
7. S. Orlović, “Highest Legal Acts of the Autonomy of Vojvodina“, Collected Papers of the Novi Sad Faculty of Law, nr. 2/2014, Novi Sad, 2014; October legal days in Banja Luka, October 2014, Legal word, nr. 39/2014, Banja Luka, 2014.
8. S. Orlović, “How to Better Election System of Serbia“, Collected Papers of the Novi Sad Faculty of Law, 3/2014.
9. S. Orlović, “National and Civil in the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina“, Academic conference Twenty Years of Dayton Peace Agreement at the Istočno Sarajevo Faculty of Law, 24th October 2015, Collected Papers Twenty Years of Dayton Peace Agreement, Istočno Sarajevo Faculty of Law, Istočno Sarajevo, 2015.

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Zoran Lončar, Ph.D. Associate Professor

Zoran Lonar

Zoran Lončar, Ph.D. Associate Professor

 

Graduated from Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 1989. He earned his LL.M. degree from the Belgrade Law Faculty in 1993, defended cum laude thesis Extralegal Control of Administration. He defended cum laude his doctoral dissertation Ministerial Responsibility-With Special Reference to Yugoslav Law at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 2000. He started his academic career at the University in 1990, when he was elected as a assistant professor of Department of Public Law on Novi Sad Faculty  of Law. He teaches courses in Administrative Law, Administrative Law - special part, Science on Administration and Local Self Government to the students of Undergraduate, Master and PhD studies at Novi Sad Faculty of Law, as well as at several faculties in the countries of the region.

Areas of academic and professional interest: administrative law, local self-government.

Languages: English, French.

Zoran Lončar, Ph.D., is the author/co-author of three books and more than hundred other academic and professional articles, among others, in area of administrative reform and local self-government.

Books:
•    Zoran Lončar, Administrative Law - Special Part, Zavod za izdavanje udžbenika, Beograd, 2005.
•    Zoran Lončar (co-author with Borče Davitkovski and Ana Pavlovska-Daneva), Science of Administration, Faculty for State and European Studies, Podgorica, 2012.
•    Local self-government, Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, Belgrade, 2020;
 (co-author with Predrag Dimitrijević and Dejan Vučetić).

Relevant social activities and positions:

•    Minister of Public Administration and Local Self Government in the Government of the Republic of Serbia (2004-2007);
•    Minister of Education in the Government of the Republic of Serbia (2007-2008);
•    Legal adviser at the Commission for creating the Constitutional Charter of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro (2002-2003);
•    Legal adviser at the Constitutional Commission of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia (2004-2006);
•    Member of the State Electoral Commission (2002-2004, 2004-2008, 2012-1014);
•    Member of  the Council for reform of State administration of Republic of Serbia (2004-2008);
•    Member of the Bar Exam Commission of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Serbia for the course in Administrative Law (2004-2009);
•    Member of the Bar Exam Commission of the Provincial Secretariat for Education, Administration, Regulations, national minorities - ethnic communities of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina for the course in Administrative Law (2015-);
•    Member of the Program Council of National academy for Public administration (2018-);
•    Lecturer at the Judicial Academy of Republic of Serbia in the area of administrative law (2019-);
•    Participate, as a Legal Expert, in projects of United Nations (UNDP), World Bank, Council of Europe,  European Commission and German organization for international cooperation (GIZ),  
•    Member of the Lawyers Association of the Republic of Serbia;
•    Member of the Administrative Science and Practice Association;
•    Member of the Public Administration Association;

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Svetozar Čiplić, Ph.D, Assistant Professor

Svetozar ipli

Svetozar Čiplić, Ph.D, Assistant Professor

 

Born in Novi Sad in 1965. He graduated from the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 1993. He received his LL.M. degree from the same law faculty in 1996 having defended thesis “Constitutional System in a State of Emergency”. In 1995 he was elected for the assistant for the Constitutional Law course at the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, and in 2016 he was re-elected for assistant professor. Svetozar Čiplić, Ph.D. participated in preparation of several bills and political documents.

Areas of academic interest: organization of government (with special interest for organization and functioning of parliaments; relationship between parliament and government – separation of powers), political theory and political philosophy.

He was appointed for the Judge of Constitutional Court of the Republic of Serbia in 2002.

Svetozar Čiplić, Ph.D. published 10 academic articles.

Languages: German.

Books:
1. Svetozar Čiplić, State in Emergency, SCI, Novi Sad, 1999.

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Aleksandar Martinović Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Aleksandar Martinovi

Aleksandar Martinović Ph.D., Assistant Professor

 

He was born in Slavonski Brod in 1976. He graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Novi Sad in 1999. He obtained his LL.M. degree by defending the thesis ’The Concept of Administration in Serbian Legal Science’ in 2003. He obtained his Ph.D. degree by defending the doctoral dissertation ‘Relation between Government and Administration - with special reference to Serbian and German Law’ at the same Faculty in 2011.

He was elected to the position of Assistant-probationer for the course Administrative Lawat the Faculty of Law, University of Novi Sad in 2001 and to the position of Assistant in 2005 for the same course, at the same faculty.He was elected to the position of Assistant Professor for the scientific field Public Law, for the course Administrative Law, at the University of Novi Sad in 2012.

He had been the Secretary of the Department of Public Law from 2001 to 2003.

He participated in the international scientific conference dedicated to reform of the Government and the State Administration in the Republic of Serbia in 2004.

Areas of academic interest include: administrative-legal and political theory, science on administration, political philosophy, legal and political history and Orthodox theory.

He has published about fifteen academic papers.

He speaks English and German.

Books:
1. The Concept of Administration in Serbian Legal Science, IP Justinijan, Belgrade 2004.

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