Natalija LUKIĆ (f), PhD, is an Assistant Professor at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. She obtained her LL.M degree in 2009 (thesis “Dangerous Professions”) and her PhD (thesis “Corporate Crime” ) in 2017 at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. At the same institution she teaches several courses: Criminology, Penal Sanctions Execution Law, Organized Crime and Victimology. In 2008 she won the 3rd prize at the competition organized by the Serbian Section for Criminology for an essay on the topic “Applicability of Criminological Ideas in Crime Suppression in Serbia”. She was granted a scholarship by DAAD in 2012 when she spent one month at the Max-Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law in Freiburg, Germany. In addition to pursuing scientific interests, she also acts as secretary on the national project “Criminal Law Reaction in Serbia”, and as secretary of the Serbian Section for Criminology. Beside national scientific projects (“Identity Transformation of Serbia” and “Criminal Law Reaction in Serbia”) she has also participated in two international scientific projects (“Max-Planck Partner Group for Balkan Criminology“, organized by the Max-Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law in Freiburg and the University of Zagreb Faculty of Law, and “Legitimacy of Police and Criminal Justice in Slovenia and Serbia – Comparative View”, organized by the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security, University of Maribor). Her fields of scientific interest include corporate and economic crime, criminal recidivism, organized crime, penal sanctions. In respect of gender issues in criminology her published works include research of intimate partner violence, etiology of sex crime, sexual recidivism and women`s penal policy in Serbia.
Some of her relevant publications are: Suppression of Organized Crime, Comparative View, Belgrade, 2014; “Women’s Penal Policy – Theoretical Analysis and Situation in Serbia“, in: R. Vasić, B.Čučković (eds.), Identity Transformation of Serbia, Belgrade, 2018; „Trust in Police by Serbian and Slovenian Law Students: Comparative Perspective“, Varstvoslovje, 4/2016 (coauthors B. Tičar, V. Bajović, K. Eman); „Empirical Analysis of Sexual Recidivism”, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, 2/2015; “Criminology and Crime in Serbia”, in: Mapping the Criminological Landscape of the Balkans, (Getoš A., Albreht H. and Kilchling M. eds.), Berlin, 2014 (coauthor Đ. Ignjatović); “Etiology of Sex Crime and of Recidivism of Sexual Offenders”, in: Đ. Ignjatović (ed.), Criminal Law Reaction in Serbia III, Belgrade, 2013; “Intimate Partner Violence – Analysis of Characteristics and Causes”, in: Dj. Ignjatović (ed.), Criminal Law Reaction in Serbia, Belgrade, 2011.