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Nataša Rajić, Assistant with Ph.D.

Natasa Raji

Nataša Rajić, Assistant with Ph.D.

 

Born on 08.04.1956 in Urosevac (Kosovo and Metohija). She completed the elementary school in Kosovo Polje and high school in Pristina. In 1978, after graduating at Faculty of Law in Pristina, she started working as a law professor in local School of Economics, after which she was appointed as teaching assistant in 1980, for the subject of Roman law in Faculty of Law in Pristina. She defended the master thesis on the topic of “Superficies solo cedit from roman until modern law” in 1989. She defended her PhD thesis in 1997 on the topic of “Conclusion of marriage from roman until modern law” at the Faculty of Law in Pristina, in front of a commission comprised of professors Antun Malenica, Sima Avramović and Miroslav Milošević.

She taught Roman law at the Faculty of Law in Pristina as an assistant professor from 1997 to 2003, when she left her employment and moved to the Police Academy in 2003, where she was elected as an assistant professor for the subject „National History of State and Law“.

Since October 2008, she has been working permanently at the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, where she was elected as an assistant professor of Roman law.

She has published 40 papers in eminent journals. She is the co-author of the textbook "Roman Law" (2011) with professor Antun Malenica. She is the author of the monograph "Conclusion of Marriage in Legal History" (2011). She published the textbook "National History of the State and Law - for students of the Criminal Police Academy" (2008).

She speaks English and German.

Tutorial: Tuesday, 10:00-10:45 pm; room 42/II.

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Ratko Radošević, Ph.D., Assistant

Ratko Radoevi

Ratko Radošević, Ph.D., Assistant
Administrative Law

 

Ratko Radošević was born in Virovitica, Republic of Croatia, on February 21st, 1986. He received his LL.B. in 2010 (average grade 10,00), his LL.M. in 2012 and his Ph.D. in 2018 – all from the Novi Sad Faculty of Law. His master thesis is entitled Subject Matter of the Administrative Dispute. His doctoral dissertation is entitled Legal Nature of Administrative Contract.

During his study courses he was awarded for his academic achievements by the University of Novi Sad. In 2009/2010 he was awarded as the best student of the Novi Sad Faculty of Law.

As a Teaching Assistant at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law, he was elected in 2010. He became an Assistant in 2012 and a Ph.D. Assistant in 2019. He gives practical lessons in Administrative Law to the students of undergraduate academic studies. He is the Secretary of the Department of Public Law and the Column Editor of the Novi Sad Faculty of Law Collected Papers.

Ratko Radošević speaks English and German language. He is particularly interested in the theory of Administrative Law.

Tutorial: Room 52/2.

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