Dragan Milkov Ph.D., Full Professor

Dragan Milkov1

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

Born in Novi Sad in 1954. He graduated from the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 1976. In 1980 he received his LL.M. degree from the Belgrade Law Faculty with thesis “Autonomy of Administrative Bodies” which was graded with distinctions. He defended his doctoral dissertation “Notion of Administrative Act”, which was graded with distinctions, at the Belgrade Law Faculty in 1983. He was elected for the assistant at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 1977, for assistant professor in 1984, for associate professor in 1989, and for the full professor in 1994. He teaches course in Administrative Law to law students and students of the Internal Affairs studies group, as well as the elective course in Theory of Administration.

International study visits: Université de Paris I; Juristische Fakultät Köln; Université Catholique de Louvain; Juristische Fakultät Wien; Juristische Fakultät der Universität Regensburg; Médiateur de la République Paris; Volksanwaltschaft Wien; Ombudsman, Copenhagen; Ombudsman, Stockholm; University of London; University of Reading.

Professor Dragan Milkov, Ph.D. was Director of Institute of Social and Legal Sciences at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law (1985-1990), Coordinator of the OECD International research project regarding the relations between administration and citizens (1986-1989), Coordinator of the OECD International research project regarding Ombudsman (1989-1992), Vice-Dean of the Novi Sad Faculty of Law (1990-1992), Dean of the Novi Sad Faculty of Law (1992-1998); since 1994 he has been a 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 he has been the expert of International Institute for Administrative Sciences from Brussels; from 1997 to 1999 he was a member of the research team of International Research Project of the British Council “Administrative Control in United Kingdom and Yugoslavia”. From 1998-2000 he was a permanent member of the Legal Council of Federal government. In October and November 2001 he was a visiting professor at the University of Toulouse (France). Since April 2006 he is a member of Board of European Ombudsman Institute, Innsbruck, Austria.

Professor Milkov Ph.D. is the author of several book in Serbian, one book in Enlish and one book in French language, as well as around 100 other scholarly works.

Area of academic interest: general questions of administrative law, administrative acts, administrative procedure, control of administration, ombudsman.

Languages: French, English, German, and Italian.

Books:
1. Dragan Milkov, Administrative Law – Administrative Affairs, Belgrade, 1989.
2. Dragan Milkov, Organization of Administration, Centar za izdavačku delatnost Pravnog fakulteta u Novom Sadu, Novi Sad, 1993.
3. Dragan Milkov, Administrative Law I – premiliminary and organizational issues, Centar za izdavačku delatnost Pravnog fakulteta u Novom Sadu, Novi Sad, 1997; 2nd revised and supplemented edition: 2001. ISBN 86-80769-55-X
4. Dragan Milkov, Administrative Law II, Centar za izdavačku delatnost Pravnog fakulteta u Novom Sadu, Novi Sad, 1997, 3rd revised and supplemented edition: 2003.
5. Dragan Milkov – Čedomir Prostran, Commentary of the General Administrative Procedure Act, Službeni glasnik, Belgrade, 1997.
6.
Manualfor the barexam(the part about administrativelaw), Službeni glasnik, Belgrade, 1998, pp. 1185-1363.
7. Dragan Milkov, Righting wrongs – The Ombudsman in Six Continents, Editors: Roy Gregory and Philip Giddings, Comparative study, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2000.
8. Dragan Milkov, Administrative Law III – control of administration, Centar za izdavačku delatnost Pravnog fakulteta u Novom Sadu, Novi Sad, 1998, 2nd revised and supplemented edition: 2003. ISBN 86-80769-66-5.
9. Dragan Milkov, Administrative Law and Environment, in the book: The basics of environmental law (editor: Dušan Nikolić), Centar za izdavačku delatnost Pravnog fakulteta u Novom Sadu, Novi Sad 2009, pp. 101-128.
10. Le controle de l'Administration en Serbie, L'Etat et le droit d'Est en Ouest Melanges offerts au professeur Michael Lesage, ISBN: 2.908199.44.0, pp. 511-521, May 2006, LGDJ, Paris.

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Ljubomir Stajić, Ph.D., Full Professor

Stajic Ljubomir

Ljubomir Stajić, Ph.D., Full Professor

Born on June 28, 1960 in Inđija, Republic of Serbia. He graduated from the School of Civil Defence in 1983 where he also received his masters degree in 1987 (thesis: “The Role of Mass Antitank Weapons in a Self-Defence War”) and Ph.D. degree in 1991 (dissertation: “Preparation of a Municipality for the Armed Conflict and Non-Armed Resistance to Aggression in Self-Defence Wars with Reference to Development of Modern Weapons”). He worked at the same School from 1984 to 1994, first as the assistant, then the assistant lecturer and since 1991 as the assistant professor for the course in Contemporary Means of Warfare.

From 1994 to the end of 2003 he worked at the Police Academy in Belgrade where he was elected for the assistant professor in 1994, promoted to associate professor in 1996, and to full professor in 2001 for the course in Fundamentals of Security. He taught two courses at the postgraduate course at the Academy: Security and Organization and Management of Police Force.

From the first of January 2004 he is working at the Law Faculty in Novi Sad where he was elected to full professor. On basic studies at the Faculty of Low in Novi Sad, he teaches courses in Security System, Security Culture and Security Management. On Master studies on General Legal Studies and Internal Affairs Studies he teaches courses in System of Protection of Persons and Objects, Control of Security Services and System of Protection of Property and Business. On Doctoral studies, Public Law, on the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, he teaches Theory of Security Studies – detail course. Since 2007 he is the dean of finance.

Professor Stajić is author/coauthor of more then 20 books and over 80 others academic and professional papers or articles.

Several times he was a mentor and committee member to the candidates for the preparation and defense of master’s theses and doctoral dissertations.

He was the head of the three research projects.

Books:

1.Ljubomir Stajić, Obrad Stevanović, Civil unrest, Police academy, Belgrade, 1995;

2.Ljubomir Stajić, Basic Security, Police academy , Belgrade, 1993, 2003, 2004;

3.Ljubomir Stajić, Sasa Mijalković, Svetlana Stanarević, Security Culture, Draganić, Belgrade, 2004, 2005;

4.Ljubomir Stajić, Sasa Mijalković, Svetlana Stanarevic, Security Culture of the- how to live safely, Draganic, Belgrade, 2006;

5.Stevan Konstantinović, Ljubomir Stajić, Anđelija Jolović, Safety culture and fairy tales: arrest the wolf, Zmaj, Novi Sad, 2006 (second edition 2006);

6.Ljubomir Stajic, Fundamentals of Security System: the basic of security phenomena research, Novi Sad Faculty of Law Publishing Center, Novi Sad, 2008, 2010, 2011;

7.Andreja Savić, Ljubomir Stajić, Introduction of civil security, Faculty of Law and Business Studies Novi Sad, Novi Sad, 2006, 2007;

8.Ljubomir Stajić, Radoslav Gaćinović, to Security Studies, Dragslar partner, Belgrade, 2007;

9.Ljubomir Stajić, Dragić Pajković, System of Protection of Persons and Objects, Novi Sad Faculty of Law Publishing Center, Novi Sad, 2008;

10.Milan Danicić, Ljubomir Stajić, Private Security, Visoka škola unutrašnjih poslova, Banja Luka, 2008;

11.Ljubomir Stajić, Goran Mandić, System of Protection of Property and Business, Novi Sad Faculty of Law Publishing Center, Novi Sad, 2008, 2011;

12.Ljubomir Stajić, Tatjana Lukić, Private Security Law, Novi Sad Faculty of Law Publishing Center, Novi Sad, 2011.

13.Ljubomir Stajić, Control of the Police and Security Services, Novi Sad Faculty of Law Publishing Center, Novi Sad, 2012.

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Slobodan Orlović, Ph.D., Associate Professor

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Slobodan Orlović, Ph.D., Associate Professor

Born in Sarajevo, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, in 1972. He studied at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law. After graduation (1997) he obtained the Master degree with master thesis Executive Power in Former Yugoslav Republics (2002). He earned the Doctor’s degree at the same faculty with doctoral thesis Principles of Power Division within the Constitutional Development of Serbia (2008).

At the University of Novi Sad he was elected for assistant professor and began his academic career at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law, Department of public law (2008). Before that, he worked in judiciary, in the field of finances and education. In that time he passed his bar exam (2000). For associate professor he was elected in 2013. He was the Vice-Dean for international cooperation, and since 2015 he is the Vice-Dean for science. Since 2013, he is the Editor of the Collected Papers of the Novi Sad Faculty of Law.

He speaks English and Russian language.

He is the author of more than fifty academic and professional papers in the field of Constitutional Law and two 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.

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.

10. S. Orlović, “Several Questions of the Judicial Systems of Serbia and Hungary“; In: Harmonization of Serbian and Hungarian Law with the European Union Law: Thematic Collection of Papers. Volume 3 = A szerb és a magyar jog harmonizációja az Európai Unió jogával, Novi Sad, Faculty of Law, 2015.

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Zoran Lončar, Ph.D. Associate Professor

Zoran-Loncar

Zoran Lončar, Ph.D. Associate Professor

Graduated from the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 1989.In 1993. he earned his LL.M. degree from the Belgrade Law Faculty with thesis Extralegal Control of Administration.In 2000. he defended his doctoral dissertation Ministerial Responsibiliti-With Special Reference to Yugoslav Law at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law.

He started his university carrier in 1990. when he was elected to the position of Assistant for the Department of Public Law at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law.He was promoted to Assistant Professor in 2000.He teaches courses in  Administrative Law,Administrative Law-special part,Science on Administration and Local Self Government to the students of Undergraduate and Master studies at the Novi Sad  Faculty of Law.

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

Languages: English, French.

Assistant Professor Zoran Lončar, Ph.D. is the author of one book and about forty other academic and professional articles.

Book: 

Zoran Lončar, Administrative Law-special part, Zavod za izdavanje udžbenika, Belgrade, 2005.

Relevant social activitates and positions:

Legal advizer to the Commission for creating the Constitutional Charter of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro (2002-2003);

Legal advizer to the Constitutional Commission of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia (2006);

Member of the Republic Electoral Commission (2002-2008);

Member of the Bar Exam Commission of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Serbia for the course in Administrative Law (2004-2009);

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Svetozar Čiplić, Ph.D, Assistant Professor

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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 2011 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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