Gordana Vukadinović, Ph.D. Full Professor

Gordana-Vukadinovic

Gordana Vukadinović, Ph.D. Full Professor
Head of the Department

Born in Novi Sad in 1949. She graduated from the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad in 1971 where she also received her LL.M. degree in 1977 with thesis “The Ideas of Law in Writings of Jean Jacques Rousseau”. In 1981, she successfully defended her Ph.D. dissertation entitled, “Notion of Self-Managing Rights” which was graded with distinctions at the Belgrade Faculty of Law. She was elected Assistant at the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 1972, for Assistant Professor in 1983, for Associate Professor in 1989, and for Full Professor in 1995. She teaches courses in Theory of State and Law to law students and students of the Internal Affairs studies group. She also teaches elective courses in Legal Methodology, Legal Philosophy, History of Legal and Political Theories, and Legal Ethics. She is Head of the Department of Theory of State and Law, Philosophy of Law and Sociology and Coordinator of the postgraduate studies programme in Legal Theory.


Professor Gordana Vukadinović, Ph.D. was in Amsterdam (1974); Strasbourg (1974) where she finished two courses in comparative law; Paris (1985, 1985, 1994) at the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). In 1987 she completed the course of German language at Goethe Institut (Izerlon) in Germany. She also had several study visits to law faculties in Szeged, Pécs (Hungary), Hale, Regensburg (Germany), and Paris (France). She was a national reporter at International Congresses for Comparative Law (Athens, Greece), (Bristol, UK), (Brisbane, Australia).

Professor Gordana Vukadinović, Ph.D. is on the editorial board of the Archive for Legal and Social Sciences and Human Rights, member of the board for General Legal Encyclopaedia, member of Presidium of the Serbian Association of Lawyers, member of Presidium of the Association for Comparative Law of Yugoslavia, member of Presidium of the Association for Theory, Philosophy and Sociology of Law of Yugoslavia, member of the Social Sciences Board of Matica Srpska, member of editorial board of the Kopaonik School for Natural Law, and expert for legal theory at the Federal Secretariat for Development, Science and Protection of Environment.

Areas of her academic interest: legal theory, history of political and legal theories.

Professor Gordana Vukadinović, Ph.D. published around 150 academic writings.

Languages: French, English.

Books:
1. Gordana Vukadinović, “The Ideas of Law in Writings of Jean Jacques Rousseau”, master thesis, Novi Sad, 1977.
2. Gordana Vukadinović: “Notion of Self-Managing Rights”, doctoral dissertation Belgrade, 1981
3. Gordana Vukadinović, Marijana Pajvančić, Theory of State and Political System of SFRY, Novi Sad, 1982.
4. Gordana Vukadinović, Selfmanagement Law, Novi Sad, 1987.
5. Gordana Vukadinović, System of Delegate Representation – Relations between Electorate, Delegations and Delegates, Novi Sad, 1985.
6. Gordana Vukadinović, Selected Texts on Legal Theory, Belgrade, 1989 (2nd ed. Novi Sad, 1993; 3rd ed. Priština 1996; 4th ed. Novi Sad, 1998).
7. Gordana Vukadinović, Jean Jacques Rousseau and Natural Law, Novi Sad, 1993 (2nd ed. 1998).
8. Radivoj Stepanov – Gordana Vukadinović, Rule of Law, Novi Sad, 1995.
9. Radivoj Stepanov – Gordana Vukadinović, Law and Disapprovals, Novi Sad, 1998.
10. Radivoj Stepanov – Gordana Vukadinović, Legal Thought of XX century, Petrovaradin, 2000.
11. Radivoj Stepanov – Gordana Vukadinović, Legal Theory, vol. I, Petrovaradin, 2001.
12. Radivoj Stepanov – Gordana Vukadinović, Legal Theory, vol. II, Petrovaradin, 2002.
13. Radivoj Stepanov – Gordana Vukadinović, Theory of Law and State, Petrovaradin, 2003.
14. Gordana Vukadinović, General Concept of Law, Petrovaradin, Novi Sad, 2003.
15. Gordana Vukadinović – Radivoj Stepanov, Modernity of Law: Anthology of Different Schools of Legal Thought, Petrovaradin, 2003.
16. Radivoj Stepanov – Gordana Vukadinović, Introduction to Philosophy of Law, Petrovaradin 2004.
17. Gordana Vukadinović, Theory of State and Law, Book II, Petrovaradin 2005.
18.American Jurisprudence of the 20th Century, Novi Sad, 2007

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