Mirjana RADOVIĆ (f) PhD, LL.M. (Humboldt), is an Associate Professor at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. After obtaining her magister degree at the Faculty of Law in Belgrade (in 2006), she finished her LL.M. studies at the Faculty of Law, Humboldt University in Berlin (Germany), where her master’s thesis was awarded as the best master’s thesis in 2006/2007. She obtained her PhD at the Belgrade Faculty of Law in 2011. Mirjana Radović specializes in Capital Markets Law, Company Law, Commercial Law, Banking Law and Law on Electronic Communications. All of these subjects include relevant issues regarding gender equality (e.g. in corporate governance, provision of payment services, etc.). Mirjana Radović serves as an arbitrator at the Permanent Court of Arbitration, attached to the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, and at the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC). She is fluent in English, German and Russian, and has an advanced level of French.
Some of her relevant publications are: The Law of Bank Payment Services, Belgrade, 2016; Safeguarding and Administering Securities, Belgrade, 2014; Commercial Law – Cases and Materials, Belgrade, 2012 (co-author N. Jovanović); „The Concept of Merchant in the German Commercial Law“, Pravni život, No. 11/2013; „Supranational Regulation of Exercising Shareholders’ Rights in Indirect Holding Systems“, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade (Belgrade Law Review), No. 3/2012; „Limited Protection of Real Shareholders in the EC Shareholders Rights Directive: What to expect from Serbian Law?“, Harmonising Serbian Business Law with the European Union Law (ed. V. Radović), Belgrade, 2011.