LAWGEM RESEARCH TEAM AS A WHOLE
Dragica VUJADINOVIĆ – Head of the LAWGEM project/contact person, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/dragica-vujadinovic/
Dragica VUJADINOVIĆ (f) is a full professor at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, where she teaches Political and Legal Theories and Gender Studies at the undergraduate level, Introduction to the Political System of the EU at master studies in European Integration, and Contemporary Political Theories at master and doctoral level. She has also been the Head of the Master in European Integration programme (MEI) since 2005. She published the following books: The Budapest School – Theory of Radical Needs, Nikšić 1988), the textbook Political and Legal Theories, Belgrade 1996, Political Philosophy of Ronald Dworkin, Belgrade 2007, Civil Society and Political Institutions, Belgrade, 2009, Civil Society in Contemporary Context, Belgrade 2009 (in English), Democracy and Human Rights in the EU (co-authored with M. Jovanović and R. Etinski; in English), Maribor/Belgrade 2009, Serbia in the Maelstrom of Political Changes, Belgrade 2009 (in English). She was also co-editor for 8 books, and the co-author for the textbook Gender Studies, Belgrade 2017. She organised an international conference at the Faculty of Law, entitled “Gender Equality in Higher Education: International Good Practices and Local Contexts”, October 2017. She was the coordinator of a research team working on a pioneering project dedicated to the development of an Action plan for achieving gender equality at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. She was the coordinator for the Tempus JEP Project 2004-2008; as the Head of MEI she took part in a successful Jean Monnet module, 2017-2020, “Free Trade Agreement and European Integration of SEE Countries”; she is the coach in the Gender Coaching Program, within a Swedish-Serbian Police Co-operation Programme active between 2016 and 2018, and 2018-2020; she was part of the COSTA team (project in the application phase: Populism and Courts: Protecting Rights in the EU); she is the coordinator for Belgrade University for a project in the application phase: “Jean Monnet Academic network supporting the EU policy towards Western Balkans with emphasis on cooperation based on reconciliation – ANETREC”. In the role of disseminator, she took part in the EC project GenderTime, Paris 2016, and Schift GEAR, Brussels 2016.
She also published articles in national and international scientific journals, and chapters in books, focusing on gender equality: “Family Structures and Civil Society Perspectives in Present-Day Serbia”, in: P. Ginsborg et.al. The Golden Chain: Family, Civil Society and the State, Berghahn Publishers, Oxford and New York 2013; “Gender Equality in a Legal Environment” – The Case of Serbia”, in: SEELLS ed. Legal perspectives of gender Equality in SouthEast Europe, Skopje 2012; “Gender mainstreaming in law and legal education”, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade – Belgrade Law Review, Year LXIII, 2015, No 4. She published articles on gender issues in Serbian, as well: “Perspectives of gender equality in a legal Context – the Case of Serbia” (2012), “Gender and Legal Regulation” (2013); “Theoretical-methodological Framework for Understanding Gender Relations” (2016), “Gender Relations in Serbia in the Transitional Era” (2016), “Patriarchy and Position of Women in the Ancient Epoche” (2018), “From Gender Blind to Gender Inclusive Higher Education in Serbia: Gender Action Plans”.
Miodrag JOVANOVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/miodrag-jovanovic/
Miodrag JOVANOVIĆ (m) is a full professor, teaching Introduction into Jurisprudence. He has also been teaching Minority Rights (with Prof. Dr Ivana Krstić) at undergraduate studies. At master studies he has been teaching the course General Theory of State and Law and Theories of Subjective Rights, as well as the Introduction into Political System of the European Union (with Prof. Dr Dragica Vujadinović) at the Master in European Integration programme. He published and edited the following books in English: Constitutionalizing Secession in Federalized States: A Procedural Approach, Eleven, Utrecht, 2007; Transition and Federalism – East European Record, in: Miodrag Jovanović and Slobodan Samardzic (eds.), Federalism and Decentralisation in Eastern Europe: Between Transition and Secession, PIFF Etudes et Colloques no. 48, Institut du Fédéralisme, Fribourg/LIT Verlag, Zurich and Vienna, 2007; Collective Rights – A Legal Theory, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2012; Democracy and Human Rights in the European Union, Maribor and Belgrade, 2009 (co-author with D. Vujadinovic, R. Etinski); Constitutional Review and Democracy, Eleven, Utrecht, 2015 (editor); Sovereignty and Diversity, Eleven, Utrecht, 2008 (co–editor with K. Henrard); Human Rights Today – 60 Years of the Universal Declaration, Eleven, Utrecht, 2010 (co–editor with I. Krstic); Jurisprudence and Political Philosophy in the 21st Century: Reassessing Legacies, Peter Lang, Frankfurt, 2012 (co–editor with B. Spaic); Crisis and Quality of Democracy in South East European States, Eleven, Utrecht, 2012 (co-editor with Dj. Pavicevic); Identity, Political and Human Rights Culture as Prerequisites of Constitutional Democracy, Eleven, Utrecht, 2013 (co-editor with D. Vujadinovic); Courts, Interpretation, the Rule of Law, Eleven, Utrecht, 2014 (co–editor with Kenneth Einar Himma).
Vuk RADOVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/vuk-radovic/
Vuk RADOVIĆ (m) PhD, LL.M. (Pittsburgh), is a full professor at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, where he is currently teaching the following courses: Company law, Commercial law, Bankruptcy law and EC Company law. Apart from the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, he teaches courses at other faculties as well, such as the Faculty of Law in Graz, the Faculty of Economics and the Faculty of Geography in Belgrade, the Faculty of Law in East Sarajevo and the Faculty of Law (UDG) in Podgorica. Vuk Radović graduated from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law in 1999 and already in 2000 started working at the same Faculty. In 2003, he defended his magister thesis at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, in 2004 he defended his LL.M. thesis in the USA, at the Pittsburgh Law School, and in 2007 he defended his PhD thesis at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. He is the author of numerous monographs and papers on Company Law, Corporate Governance, Insolvency Law, Law of Takeovers and Commercial Law. All these areas of law include gender sensitive issues. Some of his relevant publications are: Bankruptcy law, Belgrade, 2017; Company Law of the EU, Belgrade, 2011; Executive Compensation, Belgrade, 2011; Corporate Governance – Мanual, Belgrade, 2008; „Corporate Governance Codes: Leaning Toward Legal Regulation“, Teme, No. 3/2016, 1121-1137; „Employee participation on companies’ boards – corporate governance aspects“, Law and Economy, No. 4-6/2016, 98-119.
Ivana KRSTIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/ivana-krstic/
Ivana KRSTIĆ (f) is an Associate Professor of International Human Rights Law and a Director of the Human Rights Centre at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. She obtained her LLM (2003) at the School of Law, University of Pittsburgh (USA), along with an LLM (2004) and PhD (2008) at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. In the academic year 2006/2007, she did her PhD research at the Exeter College, Oxford University. She is teaching several courses, including EU Non-Discrimination Law, Minority Rights and Gender Studies. Since 2010 she has been a coordinator of the Non-Discrimination Legal Clinic. Her area of specialty is Anti-Discrimination Law. Since September 2012, she has been a member of the Serbian Asylum Commission, a second instance body deciding on asylum applications. She is also a member of the Serbian Council for Child Rights and the Serbian Republic Commission for Transgender Persons. As an expert, she is engaged in different projects concerning different aspects of human rights and discrimination issues, run by several international organizations and agencies, such as the OHCHR, UNWOMEN, IOM, UNHCR, UNDP and OSCE. Since October 2018 she has been a member of an expert group drafting the Antidiscrimination strategy. Also, she collaborates very closely with the Commissioner for the Protection of Equality, giving expert advice on complex discrimination issues, and takes part in training judges and other public officials on different discrimination aspects.
She is the Serbian legal expert on gender equality and non-discrimination in the European Equality Law Network. She was engaged by UNWOMEN as a lecturer on legal framework of anti-discrimination for the security sector, and as a consultant who prepared a system-wide handbook for persons of trust, along with a set of lectures. She was also engaged by the UNDP as an expert to evaluate the implementation of antidiscrimination legislation, and to prepare a commentary on the Law on Anti-Discrimination. She has published several monographs and textbooks, around 30 handbooks and more than 50 articles in the area of International Human Rights Law, International Refugee Law, Non-Discrimination Law and International Public Law.
Along with Prof. Dr Dragica Vujadinović and Prof. Dr Tanasije Marinković, Ivana Krstić organized an international conference at the Faculty of Law entitled „Gender Equality in Higher Education: International Good Practices and Local Contexts“ in October 2017. She took part in the pioneering project for the development of an Action plan for achieving gender equality at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law.
Some of her publications include: The prohibition of discrimination in international and national law, Belgrade, Faculty of Law, 2018; European Human Rights Law, Belgrade, 2016 (with Prof. Dr. T. Marinkovic); EU Law on the Elimination of Discrimination, Belgrade, Maribor, 2009 (with Prof. Dr. R. Etinski); Commentary of the European Convention on Human Rights (Prof. Dr. D. Popovic /ed./), 2017.
Marko DAVINIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/marko-davinic/
Marko DAVINIĆ (m), works as an Associate Professor at the Department of Public Law at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. His main areas of research are Administrative Law, Public Administration and Asylum Law. He was a Chevening scholar during his PhD research at Oxford University (2006/07), and a JFDP scholar at the George Washington University (2004/05). He has participated as an expert in various domestic and international projects, and legal drafting groups. He has published numerous books and articles as an author and co-author in the area of national and comparative administrative law, independent control bodies and asylum law (e.g. Independent Control Bodies of the Republic of Serbia, Dosije, Belgrade, 2018; “The Institution of Local Ombudsman in the Republic of Serbia – Success Story or Missed Opportunity?“ (co-author I. Krstić), Lex localis 3/2018, 551 – 568; The European Ombudsman and Maladministration, Protector of Citizens, Belgrade, 2013; “The European Ombudsman – The Champion of Transparency within Brussels Bureaucracy”, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, Belgrade Law Review 3/2013, 119 – 134; “Complexity of Ombudsman Institution Expansion Process”, Law Journal of the Faculty of Law University of Niš 2011, 101 – 111; “The Importance of the Ombudsman in the Legal System”, Legal Life 10/ 2007, 717 – 727).
Tanasije MARINKOVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/tanasije-marinkovic/
Tanasije MARINKOVIĆ (m) received his Bachelor’s Degree in 1999 and his PhD in 2009 from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, and his Master’s Degree in 2003 from the University Paris I Faculty of Law. He has been teaching Constitutional law at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law since 2000, having occupied all positions from the assistantship to the associate professorship. He has testified as an expert witness in a number of cases before the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Serbia. As a local expert of the Council of Europe he has lectured on the application of the European Convention on Human Rights in numerous seminars for the judges and registry of the basic, appellate and Administrative courts, as well as of the Supreme Court of Cassation in Serbia. He was the editor of the legal editions of the Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia. He is the President of the Serbian Association of Constitutional Law. He has published: Electoral Systems of the European Union Members States (CeSID, 2002); Dictionary of Liberal Democracy (in co-authorship, Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, CLDS, 2008); Limits of Freedom of Political Association – A Comparative and Theoretical Study (Dosije, Commissioner for the Protection of Equality and Judicial Academy, 2014); Commentary of the Non-Discrimination Act (in co-authorship, Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, 2016); Commentary of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (in co-authorship, Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, 2017); Serbia (International Encyclopaedia of Constitutional Law, Wolters Kluwer, forthcoming). Also, he was a member of the research team working on a pioneering project dedicated to the development of an Action plan for achieving gender equality at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. He published two articles in the book D. Vujadinovic/Z. Antonijevic (eds), Gender Equality in Higher Education – Concepts, Practice and Challenges, Akademska knjiga, Novi Sad, 2019. 1. Vujadinovic, D., Marinkovic, T., Kovacevic, Lj., “Achieving gender equality at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law – draft action plan”.
Tatjana JEVREMOVIĆ PETROVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/tatjana-jevremovic-petrovic/
Tatjana JEVREMOVIĆ PETROVIĆ (f) graduated from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law in 1997. She obtained a Master’s Degree in 2001 at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law with a Master thesis entitled Cross-border Transfer of A Company’s Seat in the Law of the European Union, and a PhD Degree in 2008 with a thesis entitled Cross-border merger in the Comparative Law and EU Law. She was a Research Assistant (1998–2003) and Research Associate (2003–2009) at the Institute of International Politics and Economics in Belgrade. Since 2009 she has been an Assistant Professor, and since 2015 an Associate Professor at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. During her studies she was awarded a number of scholarships, including the Van Calker Scholarship for research done at the Institute of Comparative Law, Lausanne (Switzerland), and a Scholarship from the Swiss Commission for scholarships for foreign students at the Faculty of Law and the Institute of Comparative Law in Lausanne, Switzerland for the academic year 2001-2002. She is a member of the Association of Business Lawyers of Serbia. She is the author of many articles and several books in the area of Company Law, including: Cross-border transfer of a company’s seat in the EU Law, Belgrade, 2003; “Creditors protection in Company Law”, Annals of the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, Belgrade, 1/2011; EU Company Law, Belgrade, 2012 (with M. Vasiljevic and V. Raovic); “Cross-border Conversions”, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade / Belgrade Law Review, 2/2013; Groups of Companies, Belgrade, 2014; Serbia: Corporations and Partnerships, in: Koen Geens (Volume Editor), Roger Blanpain (General Editor), Michele Colucci (Associate General Editor), IEL Corporations and Partnerships, Kluwer Law International BV, Netherlands, 2015.
Ljubinka KOVAČEVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/ljubinka-kovacevic/
Ljubinka KOVAČEVIĆ (f) is an Associate Professor at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, where she teaches several courses at the undergraduate, master and doctoral level (Labour Law; International Labour Law; Labour and Social Law in the EU – Human Rights Aspects; Legal Nature of Economic and Social Rights; Sources of Labour Law). Some of the most important projects in which she has participated include the international IMPULSE programme research project entitled “Restructuring of Companies and the EU Law“, for which she was a project leader for Serbia, as well as the membership in the expert teams of the Serbian Ministry of Labour for the reform of legislation on social entrepreneurship. Also, she was a member of the research team working on a pioneering project dedicated to the development of an Action plan for achieving gender equality at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. She was a coach in the programme “Strengthening local administration аntidiscrimination capacities and institutional capacities of the Commissionaire for the Protection of Equality”, and a coach for labour inspectors in the “Implementation of antidiscrimination legislation” training organized by OSCE, Commissionaire for the Protection of Equality and Serbian Ministry of Labour. She is a member of the editorial board of the scientific law journal Pravo i privreda, and a correspondent for the “Actualités juridiques internationales” network of the Revue de droit comparé du travail et de la sécurité sociale (Bordeaux). She is the author of three monographs and many papers on Serbian, European and comparative labour law. In many of them she examined human rights, including the right to equality and non-discrimination, as a basis for reevaluating the labour and social security legislation. Therefore, one of the focal issues of her research is how to create the conditions necessary to effectively implement gender equality principles in the workplace. Some of her relevant publications are: Social Policy: Harmonization of National Legislation with the EU Law, Belgrade, 2004 (co-author M. Dinkic); Legal Subordination in the Employment Relationship and Its Limitations, Belgrade, 2013; Lj., Valid Grounds for Dismissal, Belgrade, 2016; “Achieving gender equality at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law – draft action plan”, in: D. Vujadinovic/Z. Antonijevic (eds), Gender Equality in Higher Education – Concepts, Practice and Challenges, Akademska knjiga, Novi Sad, 2019 (co-authors D. Vujadinovic and T. Marinkovic); “Amicable resolution of disputes concerning family responsabilities discrimination”, Pravo i privreda, vol. LVI, No. 7-9/2018 (co-author U. Novakovic); “Equality of Men and Women as an Essential Element of Decent Employment”, Radno i socijalno pravo, No. 1/2018; “Equality and Ban of Discrimination in Labour Law” in: D. Vukovic, M. Arandarenko (eds), Labour Market and Employment Policy“,Belgrade, 2008; “The notion of workplace moral harassment in Serbian legislation and case law”, in: Dj. Ignjatovic (ed.), Penal Reaction in Serbia, Belgrade, 2017.
Mirjana RADOVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/mirjana-radovic/
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.
Branko RADULOVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/branko-radulovic/
Mirjana DRENOVAK, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/mirjana-drenovak/
Tatjana JOVANIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/tatjana-jovanic/
Danilo VUKOVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/danilo-vukovic/
Danilo VUKOVIĆ (m) holds a PhD in Sociology from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. He is an Associate Professor in Sociology at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law and Head of the Center for Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law . He works in the fields of socio-legal studies and social policy. Using quantitative and qualitative methods, Danilo’s scope of research has so far involved analysing processes of law and social policy making in the broad field of social policy, access to justice, social exclusion and poverty, legal profession etc. He is a member of the editorial board of the MONS internet platform (www.mons.rs), launched by a think-tank of academics devoted to the analysis of social issues and social policy in Serbia and beyond. On behalf of the University of Belgrade, Danilo Vuković is coordinating an Erasmus + project aimed at developing courses in public policy analysis. He held an LSE fellowship to conduct research in Cambodia 2014-2016. Before joining the University of Belgrade, he worked in private research and in the international development sector, and he remains interested in development issues. Some of his main publications are: Reshaping Neoliberalism: Social Policy in Serbia. Novi Sad, 2017; “The Hollowing Out of Institutions: Law and Policymaking in Contemporary Serbia” In: B. Fekete, F. Gardos-Orosz (eds.) Central and Eastern European Socio-Political and Legal Transition Revisited, Fankfurt am Main, 2017; “Shaping Social Policies in the Western Balkans: Legal and Institutional Changes in the Context of Globalisation and Post-Socialist Transformation“ in Public Policy Making in the Western Balkans: Case Studies of Selected Economic and Social Policy Reforms (M. Thomas, V. Bojičić-Dželilović /eds./), 2015 (coauthor); “Social Interests, Policy Networks and Legislative Outcomes: The Role of Policy Networks in Shaping Welfare and Employment Policies in Serbia”, East European Politics and Societies, February 2014, 28 (1) (coauthor); „The Quest for Government Accountability and Rule of Law: Conflicting Strategies of State and Civil Society in Cambodia and Serbia“, Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 2018, 29(3); „Capturing Resources: The Role of Professional Communities and Middle Classes In Fostering Social Reforms Within Serbia“, Sociologija, Vol. LVIII, No.2, 2016; “Legal Culture in Contemporary Serbia: Structural Analysis of Attitudes Towards the Rule of Law”, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, 2013, Vol. 63, No.3.
Bojana ČUČKOVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/bojana-cuckovic/
Bojana ČUČKOVIĆ (f) is an Associate Professor of Public International Law and Human Rights Law at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. She has a PhD in Public International Law obtained at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law in 2012, and she holds an LLM degree in International Law and International Organizations acquired at Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne University (France) in 2006. She teaches a number of courses at various levels of studies (undergraduate, master and doctoral studies): Public International Law, Human Rights Law, EU Environmental Law and Policy, EU Immigration and Asylum Law and Policy, International Environmental Law and Legal Clinic on Trafficking in Human Beings. Bojana Čučković took part in a number of international projects, both in the capacity of the head of the research team and as a research team member. She has been engaged as an expert and consultant by a number of international governmental organizations (IOM, Council of Europe, OSCE). Some of her research dealing with different issues of public international law and, in particular, international human rights law, focused on gender perspectives as well. This includes studies related to the protection of women asylum seekers and certain vulnerable categories of female asylum seekers, such as victims of gender-based violence. In addition, her research was dedicated to gender-sensitive interpretation of obligations to protect individuals against trafficking in human beings, especially the relevance of international standards within national legal order.
Some of her relevant publications are: Handbook on International and European Standards relating to Asylum and Migration and their Application and Relevance in the Republic of Serbia, (B.Braithwaite (ed.), co-author with N. Mole, Prof. Dr. I. Krstić, М. Papadouli, А. Tidona, О. Waddell), Belgrade, 2018; „Dublin IV Regulation, the Solidarity Principle and Protection of Human Rights – Step(s) Forward or Backward?“, (co-author with M. Lukić), in EU Law in Context – Adjustment to Membership and Challenges of the Enlargement, EU and Comparative Law Issues and Challenges Series, Duić, D., Petrašević, T., (eds), Osijek, 2018; “Refugees and Asylum Seekers’ Right to Respect for Family Life in International Law – From State Sovereignty Principle Towards the Principle of Family Unity?”, Pravni život, No. 12/2018; Qualitative Study on the Impact of ECtHR Judgments on the Jurisprudence of Courts in the Republic of Serbia, (co-author with Lj. Milutinović and Prof. Dr. I. Krstić), Belgrade, 2016; “Case-Law of the European Court of Human Rights Relating to Trafficking in Human Beings”, (co-author with Prof. Dr. Bojan Milisavljević), Archibald Reiss Days – Thematic Conference Proceedings of International Significance, Vol. II, Belgrade, 2015; Trafficking in Human Beings – International and National Legal Standards – Texts and Cases (co-author with Prof. Dr. I. Krstić), 2012.
Maja LUKIĆ RADOVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/maja-lukic-radovic/
Maja LUKIĆ RADOVIĆ (f) (Mag. iur., Ph.D.) is an Associate Professor in EU Law at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. She earned her PhD degree from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law in 2013 (thesis title: Autonomy of EU Law in Light of Recent Practice of European Courts), and an LL.M. degree from University Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne, Department of International Law and International Organizations (thesis title: Admissibility of Reservations to International Treaties) in 2002. She passed the Serbian bar exam in 2006, and practiced law in Serbia until 2009. From 2009 until 2011 she was Of Counsel for the global law firm DLA Piper. While practicing law she regularly handled cases involving gender discrimination, in addition to corporate law matters. She teaches several courses at undergraduate, master and doctoral level: the general course on EU law, International Relations of the EU, Judicial System of the EU, Immigration and Asylum Policy of the EU and Common Agricultural Policy of the EU (within the Master in EU Law program). She gave lectures and presentations in the USA (Harvard Law School), France, Austria, Italy, Germany, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Albania. Her research interests include the law of international treaties, EU institutional law, EU external relations law, and regulation of financial services at the EU level, human rights law. She has published scholarly articles in English, French and Serbian. Her main publications include: Solidarity in European Union Law – the Role and Perspectives, University of Belgrade Faculty of Law 2018, (with particular emphasis on two recent crises – the sovereign debt crisis and the migration crisis, including legal aspects of the impact of the latter on vulnerable categories, including women and children), “The Security Council’s Targeted Sanctions in the Light of Recent Developments Occurring in the EU Context”, in: Economic Sanctions, (ed. Michael P. Malloy), Vol. II, Edward Elgar Publishing 2015; “Judicial Application of International Law in Serbia”, (co-authored) in: Application of International Law in Southeast Europe, Siniša Rodin, Tamara Perišin (eds.), Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015 pp. 243-263; “Dublin IV Regulation, the Solidarity Principle and Protection of Human Rights – Step(s) Forward or backward?” (co-authored) in: EU Law in Context – Adjustment to Membership and Challenges of the Enlargement, (D. Dujić, T. Petrašević (eds.)), EU and Comparative Law Issues and Challenges Series, University Josip Juraj Strossmayer, Osijek, 2018, pp. 10-30.; „Loyalty Within the EU – Merely a Political Obligation?“, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade – Belgrade Law Review, Belgrade Vol. 66, 3/2018, pp. 235-249; “The New Theatre of the Struggle for EU Unity – Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters and Police Cooperation Confronts Member States Sovereignty”, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade – Belgrade Law Review, No. 3/2016, pp. 140-153.
Milena ĐORĐEVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/milena-djordjevic/
Milena ĐORĐEVIĆ (f) is the Director of the Center for Legal Skills and an Assistant Professor at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law where she teaches International Commercial Law, International Commercial Arbitration, Foreign Investment Law, EU Trade Policy and Practical Skills. She holds an LL.B. (U. Belgrade), LL.M. (U. Pittsburgh), and a PhD (U. Belgrade) degree. She also coached the Belgrade moot team for the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot for the past seventeen years, and is the organizer of the Belgrade Open Pre-Moot and Belgrade Arbitration Conference. She is a member of: the ICC Court of Arbitration, ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR, ICC Central and Eastern European Arbitration Group, Board of Serbian Arbitration Association, Board of Serbian Association of Commercial Lawyers, ArbitralWomen network and she is a national CLOUT correspondent to UNCITRAL for Serbia. As an arbitrator she took part in over 20 cases so far under the rules of FTCA, VIAC and in ad hoc arbitrations, as a sole arbitrator, member of the panel, or chair. She also regularly acts as an expert in arbitration and court proceedings on Serbian (former Yugoslav) contract law. She is listed in the Global Arbitration Review Who is Who in International Commercial Arbitration for 2016-2019, as well in the Future Leaders in Arbitration 2017.
Prof. Đorđević has published extensively on the CISG, arbitration, WTO law and EU trade law in prestigious domestic and international publications. Her doctoral dissertation on the topic “Damages for Breach of International Sales Contract” received the Belgrade Chamber of Commerce Award in 2013. Between 2007 and 2018 Prof. Đorđević took part in the GIZ Open regional funds for South-East Europe project dedicated to legal reform. The project has, inter alia, promoted the issue of gender equality across all of its measures. This has led to an increase in professional networking among women in the area of alternative dispute resolution. In addition, a large number of women have joined ArbitralWomen, an international network of female arbiters. The project has helped female arbiters gain access to legal cases. As a result, since the beginning of 2015, gender-sensitive lists for arbitration have been available at the region’s arbitration centres.
Svetislav KOSTIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/svetislav-kostic/
Svetislav KOSTIĆ (m), Assistant Professor, teaching general tax law, international tax law and EU tax law to both undergraduate and graduate students. He is a graduate of the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law and holds a doctoral degree from the same university (2014) and an LL.M degree from the New York University School of Law (ITP 2007/2008). He has been focused on the subjects of non-discrimination in international taxation of income and capital (his doctoral thesis is devoted to this particular topic), as well as the interaction between human rights and taxation. In addition to the University of Belgrade, he lectures at the University of Amsterdam, University of Lausanne, New York University, as well as Strathmore University in Nairobi, Kenya.
Bojan SPAIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/bojan-spaic/
Bojan SPAIĆ (m) is an Assistant Professor of Jurisprudence at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law and Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellow at the Institute for Public Law, Constitutional Law and Legal Philosophy of the University of Heidelberg. Spaić is the editor of multiple books in English and in Serbian, including: Jurisprudence and Political Philosophy in the 21st Century: Reassessing Legacies (with Miodrag Jovanović, published by Peter Lang, 2012), Fundamental Rights: Justification and Interpretation (with Kenneth Einar Himma, published by Eleven international Publishing, 2016), Unpacking Normativity: Conceptual, Normative and Descriptive Issues (with Kenneth Einar Himma and Miodrag Jovanović, Hart Publishing, 2018), Savremeni problemi pravne i političke filozofije (with Damir Banović, published by Šahinpašić, 2016). He published two books in Serbian and multiple papers in Serbian and English regarding legal interpretation, ontological and methodological hermeneutics, and pragmatism.
Jelena LEPETIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/jelena-lepetic/
Jelena LEPETIĆ (f) is an Assistant Professor of Company Law and Vice-Dean for International Cooperation of the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. She was visiting professor at the University of Eastern Sarajevo Faculty of Law (department in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina) for courses in Company Law and Commercial Law. She is a member of the Supervisory board of the Business Lawyers Association of the Republic of Serbia, member of the Editorial board of the scientific journal “Law and Economy” from 2017, and member of the Editorial board of the journal “Student Economic Law Review” from 2011.
Some of her publications are: “Serbia: The Protection of Minority Investors and the Compensation of Their Losses”, in: Global Securities Litigation and Enforcement (eds. P.-H. Conac, M.Gelter), Cambridge, 2019 (coauthors: M. Vasiljević, J. Vasiljević); “Unity of Membership’ and Shareholders’ Voting Agreements”, Law and Economy, 4-6/2019; “Multiple Votes as a Reward to Loyal Shareholders: A Reform Proposal”, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade – Belgrade Law Review, 1/2019; “One Share – One Vote: Time for Change”, Collected Papers of the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad, 3/2018; “Shareholder Activism”, Law and Economy, 10-12/2018; “Equal Treatment of Shareholders – a Rule or a General Principle of Law”, Legal Life, 11/2018; “CJEU Judgments on Golden Shares: Implications for Serbia as an EU Candidate Country”, Legal Implication of Trade Liberalization under SAAs and CEFTA (ed. D. Popović), Belgrade, 2018; “Golden Shares in EU Law: Restrictions on the Free Movement of Capital and/or Right of Establishment – Why Does it Matter? ˮ, Law and Transition: Collection of Papers (eds. B. Milisavljević, T. Jevremović Petrović, M. Živković), Belgrade, 2017; Conflict of Interest in Company Law – Duty of Loyalty, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law, Belgrade, 2015; “Shareholder’s Personal Action”, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade – Belgrade Law Review, 1/2014; “Public Disclosure of Inside Information”, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade – Belgrade Law Review, 3/2012.
Uroš NOVAKOVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/uros-novakovic/
Uroš NOVAKOVIĆ (m) is an Assistant Professor of Family law at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. He holds a PhD in Family Law (one part of his PhD thesis, “Right to respect for family life”, refers to specific problems of gender equality and the so called “gender war”), and an LL.M degree (“Domestic Violence in Legal Systems of States of the Former SFRY”) obtained at same Faculty. He teaches a number of courses at various levels of studies (undergraduate, master and doctoral studies): Family Law, Law of Cooperatives and Non-Profit Organizations, Legal Clinic for Family Law, New and Reformed Institutes of Family Law, Mediation, Domestic Violence. Uroš Novaković took part in a number of domestic and international projects. He has been engaged as an expert, member of working-groups and consultant by a number of organizations (UNICEF, Government of the Republic of Serbia, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration, Ministry of Labour and Social Policy of the Republic of Serbia, Commisioner for the Protection of Equality Republic of Serbia and the Ombudsman of Serbia). Within his research he deals with different issues of Family law, in particular, human rights, rights of the child, gender equality, equality of minority groups (people with disabilities, people with poverty problems). He is currently participating in two projects: “Perspectives of Implementation of European Standards in the Serbian Legal System” and “Identity transformation of Serbia”. Some of his relevant publications are: “Deprivation of Legal Capacity in the Decisions of the Europen Court for Human Rights”, Perspectives of Implementation of European Standards in the Serbian Legal System, book 2, 2012, 285-302; “Extent of Contact Between Child and Parent Who Does Not Exercise Parental Responsibility After parental Separation”, Legal Life, No. 10/2013, 185-205; “Decisions of the European Court for Human Rights Against Serbia in Connection to the Exercise of Parental Responsibilities and Parent-Child Relations”, Perspectives of Implementation of European Standards in the Serbian Legal System, book 1, 2013, 235-255; “Sociological and Legal Aspects of Personal Relations between Child and Parent who Does Not Exercise Parental Responsibility after Divorce or Discontinuation of Parental Union”, Serbian political thought, No. 2/2015, 295-311; “Systems of alimony payment when parent does not pay child support in European countries”, Perspectives of Implementation of European Standards in the Serbian Legal System, book 1, 2016, 226-241; „Tendencies of leaving divorce grounds based on the guilt of the spouses in Central and South America“, Perspectives of Implementation of European Standards in the Serbian Legal System, book 1, Belgrade, 2017, 245-257; „Biological truth and/or stability of family life in the light of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and new standards of the European Court of Human Rights“, Pravni život, No. 10/2017, 227-248; „Amicable Resolution of Disputes Concerning Family Responsibility Discrimination“, Pravo i privreda, No. 4-6/2018, 143-165 (c-author Lj. Kovacevic); „ Religion in family relations – right of the child to choose religion and/or the right of parents to raise the child according to their own religious beliefs“, Politics Religion Journal, No. 1/2018, 151-184.
Nina KRŠLJANIN, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/nina-krsljanin/
Nina KRŠLJANIN (f) is Assistant professor at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, Department of Legal History. She holds a PhD in medieval Serbian law (‘Serbian medieval charters as the source of Dušan’s Code’). Her other research areas include parliamentary history, civil law, procedural law and customary law. She is a member of the International Committee for the History of Representative and Parliamentary Institutions (ICHRPI) and the Serbian Association for Legal and Social Philosophy (IVRSerbia). She is currently the vice-president of the Club for Roman Law and Classics “Forvm Romanvm” at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, and the editor of the Faculty’s website. Since 2019 she has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Institute for Recent History of Serbia.
Some of her relevant publications are: “Inheriting land prior to the first civil codification: Woman as heir in the Modern Age Serbia”, Anali Pravnog fakulteta u Beogradu, 2/2009; “Exheredation and the question of Tsar Dushan’s Codification purpose”, Anali Pravnog fakulteta u Beogradu, 2/2010; “On the Scientific Elaboration of the History of Slavic Law’ – Now and Then”, Belgrade Law Review, 3/2011; “The position of prison inmates in medieval Serbia: The role of secular and ecclesiastical authorities in ensuring the humane treatment of prisoners”, Вестник Самарского юридического института, 3(11)/2013; “’Gradozidanije’ – duty of building and repairing fortifications in medieval Serbia”, Kazan University Law Review 1-1/2016; “Interrupted evolution: the Serbian medieval assembly (Sabor)”, Parliaments, Estates and Representation, vol. 37, 1/2017; “The land reform of the 1830s in Serbia: the impact of the shattering of the Ottoman property system”, Вестник СПбГУ. Право, 1/2017; “The Title of Samoderzhets (Autocrat) in Serbia and Russia: Two Ways of Byzantine Heritage Development” Вестник ВолГУ. 5/2017; “The Great National Assembly of Serbia: A sovereign representative body or a political myth?” in Elsabeth Ripoll Gil, Sebastià Serra Busquets (eds.), El parlamentarisme en perspectiva històrica. Parlaments multinivell, 2 vol., Palma 2019; „The Boyars, the Poet and the Composer. The Portrayal of the Boyar Duma in Pushkin’s and Mussorgsky’s ‘Boris Godunov’“, in Virginia Amorosi, Valerio Massimo Minale (eds.), History of Law and Other Humanities, Madrid 2019 (coauthored with F. Milinković).
Katarina DOLOVIĆ BOJIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/katarina-dolovic-bojic/
Katarina DOLOVIĆ BOJIĆ (f) is an Assistant Professor at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, at the Department of Civil Law, where she teaches Introduction to Civil Law and Property Law. She graduated from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law in 2007. She obtained a Master’s Degree in 2008 at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law with a Master thesis The Role of a Notary in the Right of Hypothecation and a PhD Degree in 2014 with a thesis Legal Consequences of Declaration of Will Directed to the Termination for Non-execution. She was a Teaching assistant (2010-2011) and Lecturer (2011–2015) at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. From 2015 onwards she has been an Assistant Professor. She teaches a number of courses at various levels of studies (undergraduate, master and doctoral studies). During her studies she was awarded a number of scholarships. In 2012, she was granted a scholarship by the Max-Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg and spent one month at the Institute. She is a member of the editorial board of the scientific journal Pravo i privreda.
Some of her relevant publications are: “The Non-Existent Contract“, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, No. 2/2011; “Remedies for Breach of Sales Contract – Loss and Interest“, Civil Law Forum Conference, Skopje, 2012; „Automatic Termination in European Contract Law“, Harmonius, No. 1/2013; “The Effect of Creditor’s Good Faith on Consequences of Unfounded Terminations of Contract”, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, No. 1/2015; “Influence of the Contract Termination on the Acquired Ownership of Acquirer and Third Party in Serbian Law”, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, No. 1/2018.
Natalija LUKIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/natalija-lukic/
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.
Ivana MARKOVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/ivana-markovic/
Ivana MARKOVIĆ (f) is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Law and Policy of Suppressing Crime at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. She holds a PhD, obtained in 2017 at the University of Belgrade, in the field of substantial criminal law, as well as two master degrees from the same Faculty; one in criminal law; the other one in international law. Both LL.M.`s can be linked to, or directly adress the issue of gender studies. “Substantial Criminal Law of the European Union” provides an overview and analysis of current and forthcoming issues in the development of Criminal Law of the EU, which has and will have further impact on the Serbian legislator. The second master thesis, “Gender Equality in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights” is the result of a personal interest in this topic, having in mind the ongoing debates on whether and to what extent equality has actually been achieved so far. She has participated, or is still participating in the following international projects: 1. „Warning on Crime“, Law Department of the University of Turin, in partnership with Amapola – progetti per la sicurezza delle persone e delle comunità, the Catholic University of Lyon, Maastricht University and the Romanian Center for European Policies, 2014 – 2016; 2. “New Technologies and Fight against Terrorism and Hate Speech in an European Perspective”, Università di Verona, Italy, 2017 – now; 3. “Carl Friedrich Goerdeler-Kolleg for Good Governance”, German Council on Foreign Relations and Robert Bosch Foundation, 2018 – 2019. She is an Alumna of the International Parliamentary Scholarship of the German Bundestag and an active member of the DAAD Alumni club of the University of Belgrade.
Her publications include: “Kernaspekte der aktuellen Reform des Allgemeinen Teils in Serbien”, Zeitschrift für die gesamte Strafrechtswissenschaft Nr. 3/2017; “The Destruction of Immovable Cultural Property – Protection According to International Criminal Law”, Serbian Political Thought No. 3/2017; “Euthanasia in German and Serbian Criminal Law”, Pravni život 9/2016; “Legitimate Interests as Justification”, in: Penal reaction in Serbia as key element to Rule of Law, Belgrade, 2016; “Sadomasochism as Justification”, Pravni život No. 19/2015; “Parental Corporal Punishment of Children in Context of Criminal Law”, in: Penal reaction in Serbia as key element to Rule of Law, Belgrade, 2013; “Divergent opinions of jurisprudence and doctrine – on the German „Incest- case“, Branič 3-4/2013.
Snezana DABIĆ NIKIĆEVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/snezana-dabic/
Snežana DABIĆ NIKIĆEVIĆ (f) is an Assistant Professor at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law where she teaches Civil Law – General Part, and Property Law. She holds an LL.B. (U. Belgrade), LL.M. (U. Belgrade), and a PhD (U. Belgrade) degree (doctoral thesis “Precontractual Duty to Inform”). Since joining the Faculty in 2011, she has been holding sessions in many subjects: Civil Law – General Part and Property Law, Law of Obligations and Legal Writing at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law (undergraduate studies), and Property Law at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Civil Engineering (master studies). Prior to that, she also gained practical experience in an international law firm seated in Belgrade. During her studies she was awarded a number of scholarships, including the DAAD scholarship for a one-month research stay at the Max Planck Institute for comparative and international Private Law in Hamburg (Germany) and a one-month research stay at the Europa-Institut of Saarland University. In addition to her scientific work, she is a member of, and acts as secretary of the Board of Serbian Arbitration Association. From May 2013 until October 2018 she had also been acting as Secretary of the Department of Civil Law. On two occasions she has been a part of the Accreditation Commission at the Faculty of Law (UB) – in 2012/13 as a member, and in 2018/19 as a coordinator. She is currently engaged in two projects: “Identity transformation of Serbia” and “Harmonising Serbian Business Law with the EU Law” (2018 – today). Snežana Dabić Nikićević is fluent in English and has an advanced level of French and German.
She is the author of numerous articles in the area of Civil Law, including following publications: “Precontractual Duty to Inform“, doctoral dissertation, Belgrade, 2018; “Legal Apprehension of the Relation Between Mistake And Guarantee For Hidden Defects In Comparative Court Practice”, Harmonising Serbian Business Law with the EU Law, Belgrade, 2018; „Precontractual Duty to Inform the Surety“, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, 2/2018; „Third Parties’ Fraud and Conclusion of Onerous Contracts“, Pravo i privreda, 10-12/2017; „The Waiver of Condition Subsequent“, Legal Life, 10/2016; „The Waiver of Condition Precedent“, Harmonius, 2016; „Legal Effects of Modification of Contracts by Potestative Condition“, Harmonius, 1/2014; „Legal Effects of Modification of Contracts by Suspensive Condition”, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, 2/2014.
Nenad TEŠIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/nenad-tesic/
Nenad TEŠIĆ (m), Assistant Professor of Civil (Private) Law at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, teaching the following courses – Introduction to Private law and Property Law, Sports Law (undergraduate studies), Secured Transactions, Real Estate Public Registry Law (master`s degree level), Secured Transactions (doctoral studies).
Some of his publications are the following: „Human life in statu nascendi – Question of ownership or limited legal subjectivity“ -, Collection of Papers “New Family Legislation”, Vrnjačka Banja, 329-347 (Srb); „On marital property of spouses“, Pravni život 10/2006, 259-277 (Srb); „Love at the First Signature – On Morality of Marital Agreements“, Annals FLB – Belgrade Law Review 2/2009, Year LVII, 229-246 (Srb.) „Causa and Bona Fides – A Legal and Etymological Study“, Private Law Reform in South East Europe, Liber Amicorum Christa Jessel-Holst, M. Vasiljević, R. Kulms, T. Josipović, M. Stanivuković (eds.), Belgrade 2010, 413-436; „Security Rights in Movables and Claims (Republic of Serbia)“, Civil Law Forum for South-East Europe, Collection of studies and analyses, First Regional Conference, Cavtat 2010, Volume II, 88-113; Comparative Analysis of the Secured Party’s Options after the Debtor’s Default (South-East Europe),“ Collection of studies and analyses, First Regional Conference, Cavtat 2010, Volume II, 290-297; „One Who Gives a Penny to Enter the Marriage, Pays a Fortune to Exit“, Annals FLB – Belgrade Law Review, 1/2012, 293-318 (Srb.); „On Creditor’s Supplemental Rights”, Annals FLB – Belgrade Law Review, Year LXIII, 2015, No. 3, 141 – 169.
Some of his fellowships include: the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg, Doctoral grants of the Max Planck Society July – August 2007, July –August 2010; Brooklyn Law School, Visiting Scholar, JFDP – Fellow 2004-2005
UNCITRAL, Member of the Serbian and Montenegrin delegation, Working group I Procurement, 7 th session, New York 4-8 April 2005
Membership in scientific and professional organizations: President of HARMONIUS (www.harmonius.org) and editor of HARMONIUS – Journal for Legal and Social Studies in South-East Europe; member of the International Editorial Board of the „Pravni letopis“, Scientific journal of the Institute for Comparative Law at the Faculty of Law in Ljubljana (“Inštituta za primerjalno pravo pri Pravni fakulteti v Ljubljani”); Member of the International Editorial Board of the„Ohrid School of Law“, JURIDICA – Journal of Legal and Social Studies.
Branka BABOVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/branka-babovic/
Branka BABOVIĆ (f) LL.M Eur. (LMU Munich), is a Teaching Assistant at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law,. She is a PhD candidate, writing her thesis on “Multi-party international litigation”. She is experienced in interdisciplinary teaching and research in all kinds of dispute resolutions in civil matters. Before joining the Faculty, Ms Babović was an attorney at law, working within the dispute resolution department of a regional law firm where she gained remarkable practical experience for a young lawyer. She participated in several justice reform projects in Serbia financed by the EU, the World Bank Group and GIZ (Deutsche Institution für Internationale Zusammenabeit). Her focus of research is multi-party litigation and collective redress. Having in mind that Law on gender equality and Law on prohibition of discrimination are rare Serbian laws which prescribe collective redress, Ms Babović is one of the few Serbian researchers dealing with procedural aspects of gender based discrimination. She is fluent in English and German. Her papers related to andtidiscrimination laws and collective redress in general are: “Collectivization of Legal Redress against Discrimination”, Pravni život, 2012, 1011- 1021; “Legislative changes in the field of consumer collective redress”, Anali Pravnog Fakulteta Univerziteta u Beogradu, No. 2/2014, 215-228; “Request to eliminate a danger of damage- procedural aspects”, Pravo i privreda 4-6/2015, 154-167; “On discrepancy between substantive legitimation and locus standi in organizational claims”, Srpska politička misao, No. 4/2015, 147-165; “Introduction of Class Action in the Member States of the EU”, Pravo i privreda, No. 4-6/2017, 521-532.
Ana ODOROVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/ana-odorovic/
Ana ODOROVIĆ (f) is a Lecturer at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, and a PhD candidate at the Graduate School in Law and Economics at the University of Hamburg supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG). She also works as a research assistant in a number of projects concerning development of alternative finance and regulation at the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, Judge Business School (University of Cambridge). In 2018, she was a visiting doctoral researcher at the University of Oxford, Faculty of Law. Her broad research interests include law and economics, financial regulation and competition policy, while her current research focus is alternative finance. She has also developed an interest in scholarship related to women entrepreneurship and access to finance. Ana Odorović holds an LL.M. degree in business law from the Panthéon-Assas University (Paris 2, France) and a master degree in Economics from the University of Belgrade (Serbia).
Some of her publications are: The “new” paternalism in consumer credit regulation: when, why, and how?, The Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, Vol. 66 (4/2018); “Why do borrowers choose suboptimal mortgage contracts? A behavioural economics approach”, The Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, Vol. 65 (4/2017); “The economic rationale for placing all financial-return crowdfunding under the same (EU) regulatory umbrella”, Conference of the Young Researchers Group of the European Banking Institute (YRG EBI) `Bridging the gaps in EU Financial regulation`, Warsaw, 2018; “Should regulators mandate disclosure requirements in equity crowdfunding?“, 2nd European Alternative Finance Conference, Utrecht, 2018.
Valerija DABETIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/valerija-dabetic/
Valerija DABETIĆ (f), LLM (Master in European Integration, Faculty of Law, Belgrade), LLM (Master in Sociology, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade) is a Teaching Assistant on two courses – Sociology of Law and Legal Ethics at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. Currently, she is doing her PhD at the Faculty of Law in the field of Theory of State and Law, Sociology of Law and Philosophy of Law. Her prior research is devoted to the legal profession, especially to the judiciary, the social stratification, position, pressures on the judges and women in the legal professions. In her classes, Valerija Dabetić is trying to integrate the gender perspective in the legal education of students. In addition to her teaching duties, she is supervising the team of students who participate in the Moot Court competition “Condemn discrimination” every year. Together with professor Danilo Vuković, she established the Center for Socio-Legal Research where students have a chance to investigate gender issues, conduct empirical research with representatives of the legal profession and find out more about the women in the legal profession. She has written papers, reports and attended conferences within her research area. Before she became a member of academia, Valerija Dabetić was volunteering in the humanitarian sector with a focus on vulnerable groups and children.
Some of her main publications are: “Normative Endangerment of Institutional Independence of Judiciary in contemporary Serbia“, Human Rights Protection – From Unlawfulness to Legality, Novi Sad 2018; “Challenges of the Legal Profession in Neoliberalism – The case of Serbia”, in: Harmonising Serbian Business Law with the EU Law, Belgrade, 2018; “Galagan’s Understanding of Hart’s Theory of Social Rules”, Identity Transformation of Serbia, Belgrade 2017; “The Attitude of the State towards the Professional Association of Judges – the Case of the Judges’ Association of Serbia”, Pravo i privreda, 2016; „How to Harmonize Serbian Environmental Legislation with the European Acquis? – the GMO Issue”, Studii Cercetari Juridice Europene, Timisoara 2016.
Nikola ILIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/nikola-ilic/
Nikola ILIĆ (m), LL.M. (University pf Belgrade Faculty of Law) M.Ec. (Belgrade School of Economics), is an Assistant Lecturer in Law and Economics at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, Department of Economics, where he currently teaches Principles of Economics, Economic Analysis of Law (bachelor studies) and, The Economics of the EU Integration (master studies). He also acts as secretary of the Serbian Law and Economics Association (SLEA), is a member of the American Law and Economics Association (ALEA), and secretary of the Belgrade Law Review. Before academia, he gained practical experience in an international law firm seated in Belgrade and passed the Bar exam in Serbia. His interest in gender economics started to increase when he attended the course Highlights of Law and Economics at the Utrecht University and the Ronald Coase workshop on institutional analysis. On these occasions, he realised that the Gender Economics has the potential to be developed further and to be included in a regular curriculum at the University.
Some of his publications are: „The theoretical concept of Central Bank independence and legal status of the National Bank of Serbia”, Journal of the Association of Serbian Banks – Bankarstvo, 46 (2), 2017; “Intellectual Property Rights as Foreign Direct Investments: Current State of Affairs in Serbia”, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade – Belgrade Law Review, 65 (4) 2017; “Patent Pledge as Innovative Business Strategy”, in: Entrepreneurship and Business: Theory, Methodology, and Practical Issues of Effective Management – Collection of Papers, Moscow, 2018.
Lidija ŽIVKOVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/lidija-zivkovic/
Lidija ŽIVKOVIĆ (f), LL.M. (WU, Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law Vienna), LL.M. (University of Belgrade Faculty of Law), is an Assistant Lecturer at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, Department of Economics, where she currently teaches Tax Law. Before academia, she gained practical experience in the Belgrade Commercial Court and KPMG Belgrade, Tax & legal department. She was awarded many scholarships, including scholarships by the Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund Association, the Serbian Fiscal Society (Serbian IFA branch), and the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia scholarship for young researchers.
Some of her publications are: „Real estate proviso as an anti-abuse rule in Serbian Tax Treaties”, in: Identity Transformation of Serbia, Belgrade 2019; “Corporate Exit Taxes in European Union Law”, Pravni život, 10/2018; “Anti-avoidance Measures of General Nature and Scope – GAAR and Other Rules”, IFA Cahier de Droit Fiscal International, 2018, Vol. 103 A/B (co-author with D. Popović and G. Ilić-Popov); “Implementing Key BEPS Actions – Where Do We Stand? National Report for Serbia”, IBFD, 2019 (co-author with S. V. Kostić); “Taxpayers’ Rights in Serbia: The Existing Framework and Much-needed Improvements”, Tax Notes International, 9/2018; “Mutual Agreement Procedure in the Light of the BEPS Action Plan”, Harmonius – Journal of Legal and Social Studies in SEE, 2017.
Marija VLAJKOVIĆ, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/marija-vlajkovic/
Marija VLAJKOVIĆ (f), LL.M. (Master in European Integration, University of Belgrade Faculty of Law), LL.M. (Master 2 in European Studies, specialisation: Droit de la construction européene, Centre Européen Universitaire de Nancy, Université de Lorraine) is an Assistant Lecturer at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. She currently teaches Introduction to the European Integration Law, and takes part in LL.M Course Accession of Serbia to the European Union. Before academia, she gained practical experience in the Ministry of European Integration of the Republic of Serbia (Serbian European Integration Office), Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia (Section for European Union), and Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia. She is PhD candidate at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, and at Ecole doctorale, IRENEE- Institut de Recherches sur l’Evolution de la Nation et de l’Etat, Université de Lorraine, Nancy. Marija acts as secretary to the Institute for Legal and Social Sciences at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, and as Deputy Secretary of the Master 2 Program – Le Master 2 `Etudes Européennes`, Centre Européen Universitaire, Université de Lorraine in cooperation with the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. Also, she participates in the implementation of the international scientific project Cluster of Excellence in European and International Law. She is listed as an official interpreter for UNHCR in Serbia for English and French language in the asylum procedure cases.
Some of her publications are: “The Lack of Uniform Understanding of the Rule of Law in the EU and its Implications on Prospective Member States”, in: Transitions Of Legal Systems: 30 Years After The Fall Of The Berlin Wall, Iustinianus Primus Law Faculty, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, 2019; “Police Cooperation In The European Union – Origins, Present Status And Challenges”, in: Archibald Reiss Days, Belgrade, 2019 (co-author with M. Lukic Radovic); “The Capacity of Third Countries to Negotiate Bilateral Agreements with the UK under Withdrawal Arrangements”, in: EU and Member States – legal and economic issues, Osijek, 2019 (co-author with J. Tasev); “The Development of the National Identity Protection Principle in the Legal System of the European Union”, European Union Legislation, 66/2018.
Una DIVAC, http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/una-divac/
Una DIVAC (f), LL.M. is an Assistant Lecturer at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, where she currently teaches Comparative Legal History. At the very same faculty, she completed her undergraduate studies and master studies with honors, as a receiver of the Serbian Government scholarship from the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development. Una has participated in a dozen of international and domestic conferences and seminars. Some of her publications are: “Anakrisis and the preliminary hearing in Ancient Athens and Modern Law”, Journal of Matica srpska for classical studies no.18, 2016; “Participants in a diadikasia court procedure – issues”, Journal of the Serbian Society for Ancient Studies, 2018; “Preliminary hearing in Ancient Athens and modern Serbian Law on Civile Procedure – different times, same needs”, in: The identity transformation of Serbia, Belgrade 2019; “Athenian demes in forensic speeches”, in: The Role of Law in Social Development, Kosovska Mitrovica 2019.
Ivana BARAĆ , http://lawgem.ius.bg.ac.rs/people/ivana-barac/
Ivana BARAĆ (f), L.L.M. is a Teaching Associate at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, teaching Family Law at undergraduate level. She is also involved in assisting with the Legal Clinic related to Family Law, aimed to provide free of charge legal aid for citizens. At the very same faculty, she completed her undergraduate studies and master studies with honors, as a receiver of both national scholarships and the Saint Sava Award for Best Students. She has participated in various moot court competitions, including the European Law Moot Court and the Willem C. Vis Moot Court, in which she was awarded with the Pieter Sanders award for one of the best written memorandums, along with her teammates. Also, Ivana was one of the coach assistants for the Belgrade’s Vis Moot Team in 2018. She was an associate in one of the top law firms in Belgrade, Serbia. She has participated in various conferences and seminars, and written several papers, some of which include “Mediation and arbitrations, as ADR mechanisms with a special perspective on mediation for resolving family disputes” and “The position of women related to motherhood and childbearing – international legal standards and a reflection of their influence on national legal standards”. She speaks fluent English and has a good command of both French and Spanish.
UNIVERSITY OF LUMSA
Marco Evola is assistant Professor teaching European Union Law. He is also Professor of European Union Law in “School for legal activities G. Scaduto” of the University of Palermo and in “School for legal actvities” of LUMSA University.
He published two books and several articles. His research focuses on migration and the protection of migrant workers’ fundamental rights ( I lavoratori di Stati terzi nel diritto dell’Unione europea[Third-country national workers in the EU law], Torino, G. Giappichelli Editore, 2018. He paid great attention to the application of the principle of non discrimination in the shaping of the legal status of migrants in the EU legal system and in the international convention on human rights (“The promised land of denizenship? The Directives on researchers and highly-qualified third-country national workers and the development of EU policies on regular migration”, in Rivista italiana di diritto pubblico comunitario, 2014, p. 1297; “La riunificazione familiare dello straniero nelle convenzioni internazionali sui diritti umani” [Family Reunification of Foreigners in International Conventions of Human Rights], in Diritti umani e diritto internazionale, 2010, p. 279). His latest research is devoted to discrimination on the ground of religion.
He is a member of the editorial staff of the Review Diritti Umani e Diritto Internazionale [Human Rights and International Law]. He is a member of the Scientific Committee of the Scientific Institution “Osservatorio Italia, Germania, Europa” and one of the coordinators of its permanent working group. He is also a member of the Scientific Institution “Centro Siciliano Giustizia”.
Erasmus Project Coordinator in the Department of Law LUMSA Palermo since November 2019.
Gabriele Carapezza Figlia is Full Professor and Head of Department of Law of Palermo, University LUMSA, teaching Civil Law and Comparative legal System. He is author and editor of several books his articles and essays have been published in various italian and foreign reviews and miscellaneous volumes. His book “Divieto di discriminazione e autonomia contrattuale” awarded the 2014 Prize for Scientific Excellence estabilished by Italian Society of Civil Law Scholars (S.I.S.Di.C.). He is member of the Scientific Board of “Rassegna di diritto civile” (ESI); “Revista boliviana de derecho”; “Actualidad Jurídica Iberoamericana”; “Il diritto di famiglia e delle persone” (Giuffrè); “La cultura del diritto civile. Studi della Società Italiana Studiosi del Diritto Civile” (ESI); “Temi e problemi di diritto dell’ambiente” (ESI); “Le Corti salernitane. Trimestrale di giurisprudenza, dottrina e legislazione” (ESI); “Diritto delle successioni e della famiglia” (ESI); “Nuovo diritto civile” (DIKE). He was member of numerous Research Projects financed by the Italian Ministry for Research and the Spanish Ministry for Research and scientific responsible of Research Projects financed by the University LUMSA and the University of Salerno. He is member of the Scientific Board and Vice-Coordinator of PhD on “Scienze dell’Economia Civile. Governance Istituzioni Storia” (LUMSA).He has participated as a speaker at numerous conferences, scientific seminars and workshops in Italy and abroad about the prohibition of Discrimination.
Giampaolo Frezza (firstname.lastname@example.org), Full Professor teaching Civil law and Family Law at Department of Law Lumsa Palermo, Vice Rector Lumsa, Director of the Department of Law – Lumsa Palermo from 2011 to 2018. Editor in chief and member of the evaluation commetee of: Il diritto di famiglia e delle persone – Review of Law – Giuffrè publisher Milano, Collana di studi giuridici della Lumsa – Book series in Law – Giappichelli publisher Torino, Il diritto delle successioni e della famiglia – Review of Law – Esi publisher Napoli. He has published several books and articles on Family Law and property like: I “modelli” familiari” (2018); Crisi della famiglia, assegnazione della casa familiare e controllo del giudice (2017); Casa familiare e trascrizione (2015); Addebito della separazione e diritto agli alimenti (2012); I luoghi della famiglia (2011); Dalla residenza della famiglia alla casa familiare (2007); Trenta anni dalla riforma del diritto di famiglia (2005); Family Law and Successions (2002); Ipotesi di disciplina comune nella separazione e nel divorzio (2002).
Pietro Lo Iacono is Full Professor, teaching Canon Law, Law and Religion, Canon Procedural Law, Marriage and Family in the Monotheist Confessional Legal Systems.
He has published 4 books and more than 48 articles. He has published some articles and essays on human rights, like: The safeguard of religious freedom of war’s prisoners; Political task, right to criticize and rights’ safeguard in canon law; By the way of political task of a priest; Additional observations about political task, right to criticize and rights’ safeguard in canon law.
He has given two lectures about women’s rights: Womens’ role in the Catholic Church; The Catholic Church and the woman: humiliation of dignity, or enhancement of identity?
Since January 2009 until to September 2015 he was Coordinator of the PhD program in “Fundamental rights and freedoms in the contemporary legal systems” at the Department of Law of LUMSA (home of Palermo). Since October 18th 2012 until to 30th September 2018 he was President of the Degree’s Course in Law LMG/01 at the Department of Law in Palermo of the Free University Maria SS. Assunta.
Since 1989 he has been a member of the Editorial Office of the Journal “The law of family and of people”; since January 1th 2017 his role has been improved to Co-Director of the same Journal.
Giuseppe Puma is Assistant Professor of International Law at the Department of Law of the LUMSA University (Palermo). After his graduation in Political and Diplomatic Science at the LUISS “Guido Carli” (Rome), he obtained a II Level Master Course in “International Adjudication” at the University of Tor Vergata (Rome) in cooperation with S.I.O.I. (Rome) and a PhD. in International Law at the University “La Sapienza” (Rome). He has been Visiting Scholar at the Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht (Heidelberg). He has also been Adjunct Professor of International Law and Human Rights Law at the University of Palermo. He is currently Assistant Editor of QIL – Questions of International Law. He is author of a book on “Complicity in internationally wrongful acts” and of a number of articles in the field of public international law and, above all, human rights law. He is the author of an essay on the Registration of Same-sex Marriage Celebrated Abroad into the Italian legal system in the light of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Marco Cedro is researcher of Tax Law at LUMSA University, Department of Law of Palermo, teaching Tax Law, Procedural Tax Law and International and European Tax Law. He is member of Executive committee of LUMSA’s Master of Tax Law held in Rome and director of LUMSA and Financial Police’s Master of International Tax Law held in Rome too.
He is a graduate of University of Palermo, Law Faculty (Law degree with mark: 110/110 cum laude, 2004) and he obtained a doctorate degree in Tax Law from Universities of Catania, Palermo and Verona (2008). He also taught at Teaching at High School of Ministry of Economy from 2007 to 2011 and he was given a for research in Tax Law at University of Palermo from 2011 to 2015.
He wrote many articles, papers and essays, including two books (La fiscalità di vantaggio nella prospettiva del Diritto dell’Unione Europea, 2015; Le indagini fiscali sulle operazioni bancarie e assicurative, 2011). In the last two years, he focused his studies on EU environmental taxation and also on Tax as instrument to improve equity for weak categories and to avoid gender gap according to Italian constitution and Eu Charter of fundamental rights.
Sergio Paternostro (email@example.com) is Associate Professor, teaching Business Administration, Accounting and Corporate Social Responsibility and Social Accounting. One of his main research interest is related to Corporate Social Responsibility with specific attention to social disclosure. Corporate Social Responsibility is a broad field related to different and heterogeneous topics included human rights or gender and diversity management in organizations. He is the secretary of the Eben Italian Chapter: Eben is the European Business Ethics Network that includes European scholars in the business ethics field. He was the organizing secretary of the Eben Research Conference organized in 2016 in Palermo. He published, among others things: 7 articles in international journals, 2 chapters in international handbooks, 7 articles in Italian journal, 2 books. He presented papers in 13 international and 10 national conferences. He has worked as a reviewer for 10 international journals.
Antonio Martuscelli is Assistant Professor in Economics at the Department of Law and Economics of the LUMSA University in Palermo. His main research interests are in the field of international and development economics. He worked in the analysis of the welfare impact of trade policy using micro-simulation methods. He focused on the poverty and inequality impact of globalization including the impact on gender wage inequality. He analysed various issues related to trade liberalisation and developing countries and the relation between trade, commodity prices and agricultural development in Sub-Saharan Africa. He has served as consultant for institutions like the World Bank, the European Commission, the United Nations FAO and DFID among others. Recent publications include: Martuscelli A., (2019) The Economics of China’s Engagement with Africa: what is the Empirical Evidence? in Development Policy Review; Gasiorek, M. and Martuscelli, A. (2018) “Regional Integration and poverty: a review of the transmission channels and the evidence” in Journal of Economic Surveys; Martuscelli, A. and Varela G. (2018) “Survival is for the fittest: Export survival patterns in Georgia” in Economic Systems; Martuscelli, A. (2017) “Analysing the Impact of Price Shocks in Rural Economies: Do Household Responses Matter?”, The Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 53 , Iss. 9; Winters L.A. and Martuscelli A. (2014) “Trade liberalization and poverty: what have we learned in a decade?” Annual Review of Resource Economics, 6:493–512.
Fabio Macioce is Full professor of Philosophy of Law and Bioethics, Lumsa University, Rome. Member of Teaching Staff of the PhD School “Science of the Civilian Economy. Institutions, History and Law”, Lumsa University, Palermo (from 2010). General Secretary of Italian Catholic Lawyer Association. Member of CERMEG, Research Centre of Legal Methodology (from 2008). Member of Jacques Maritain Institute, Portogruaro (VE). Research Interests: Immigration and social integration; Multiculturalism; Group rights and individual rights. Bioethics.Law and religion. Discursive ethics and law. Research Projects:
(2017-2019), H2020-SwafS-2016-17, “i-Consent. Improving the guidelines for Informed Consent, including vulnerable populations, under a gender perspective” – Participant.
(2019), Villa Vigoni German-Italian Centre for European Excellence: “Small Towns and Villages as Resources for Integration of Migrants and Social Cohesion”, Principal Investigator (together with prof. Henning Hillmann).
(2017), Council of Europe, European Program “Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals: HELP and HELP Training Methodology” – Participant.
(2015-16) Balancing constitutional principles and minorities’ traditions in bioethics, University-funded project, Principal Investigator.
(2014) Accommodation of migrant minorities: legal challenges, University-funded project, Principal Investigator.
2004-2006, PRIN (National funding program), “The Precautionary Principle” (research leader: Rome University La Sapienza), Participant.
2006-2007, EU “Specific Support Action”, Science and Society, “EduBioethics”. Medical Progress, Human Rights and Bioethical Education, Multicultural and Multireligious Environment, Participant.
Francesca Costanza holds an international Ph.D. in ‘Model Based Public Planning, Policy Design and Management’ at the University of Palermo (Italy), a MD in Business Economics and Administration and a Msc in Healthcare Management. She was guest PhD student at the universities of Bergen and Nijmegen and conducted a period of EU funded study and research at the Italian National Council of Research (ICT for Education). She is currently Adjunct Professor of ‘Business Groups & Consolidated Financial Statements’ and ‘Management & Budgeting for Public Administrations’ at LUMSA University (campus Palermo). Her research interests are the following: Entrepreneurship Education and Training, Public Management, Performance Management, Healthcare Management, System Dynamics, ICT for Education, Social Media Marketing, Third Sector Management.
Anna Minà is Associate Professor in Management at LUMSA. Research revolves around coopetition strategies, with a specific emphasis on its microfoundations, the reification and processes, fairness, and how the interplay of uncertainties shape coopetitive behaviors in alliances. A second field of research concerns the corporate social irresponsibility: antecedents, consequences and turnaround processes.
Letizia Coppo is lecturer in Comparative Law and Principles of European Civil Law at
LUMSA University of Palermo, Law Department, and post-doctoral research fellow in private
law at the University of Torino, Law Department. She had the chance to approach gender
studies during her PhD in “Law, Individuals and Market”, when she attended the course
“Negotiation and Mediation of conflicts” with one of the leading figures in the field of
alternative dispute resolution and feminist legal theory, prof. Carrie Menkel-Meadow, who
then became co-supervisor of her thesis. Since then, she is the authoress of a monograph
(“Contract As a Tool for Getting-To-Yes: A Civil Law Perspective”), as well as of several
articles and book chapters on various topics published in Italy and abroad. As a young
scholar, she has been the speaker in various national and international conferences, she is the
member of projects in Italy and abroad, and she is affiliate to the Italian Society of Civil Law
Scholars (SISDIC) and the Association of Civil Law Doctorates (ADP). She is also junior
executive editor of the Italian Law Journal and member of the editorial board of the review
Tecnologie e diritto and of the publisher Ediciones Olejnik.
Carlo Petta is Adjunct Professor and Temporary Research Fellow in Business and Law at LUMSA. He has a PhD in civil law and for a long time he dealt with the topic of “intra-family torts” with publications in Italy and South America. More recently, he has published several papers on insurance law and, in particular, “claims made” clauses. He is attaining a specialization diploma at the Specialization School in Civil Law of the University of Camerino with a thesis on the insurance function in general. Furthermore, in 2016 he carried out a one-year curricular internship at the Italian Constitutional Court. Finally, until 2019 he was the coach of the LUMSA team participating in the Belgrade Pre-Moot.
UNIVERSITY OF SAARLAND
Univ. Prof. Dr. Thomas Giegerich holds the Chair of European Union Law, Public International Law and Public Law, as well as the Jean Monnet Chair for European Integration, Anti-discrimination, Human Rights and Diversity at the Faculty of Law at Saarland University. He is also the Director of the Europa-Institut. He studied Law at the University in Mainz where he also received his PhD in law. Moreover, he holds a LL.M. degree of the University of Virginia/USA. His publications include numerous books, chapters and articles on various topics of Anti-discrimination Law, Human Rights, European Union law, international law and (comparative) constitutional law. In particular, one of his recent articles – “The Dispute about a Wedding Cake – Homosexuality v. Freedom of Expression and Religion in a Pluralistic Society”, ZEuS, 2011, emphasises how conflicts of secular or religious creeds and political opinions can be solved in a manner appropriate for a constitutional state.
Ass. iur. Christina Backes is a teaching and research assistant, in charge for the Jean-Monnet Chair for European Integration, Antidiscrimination, Human Rights and Diversity for Prof. Giegerich. She is also the managing editor for ZEuS at the Europa-Institut. She graduated from the University of Saarland and Lorraine, holding a degree in German and French law. Moreover, she did her master at the Europa-Institut in European and International Law. She also worked as a researcher at the University of Saarland for the Chair of Civil Law, European and International Law, Private and Civil Procedure Law. Also, she worked as a trainee at the Higher Regional Court in Saarland.
Ass. iur. Mareike Fröhlich LL.M. is head of the SEE|EU Cluster of Excellence in European and International Law. Also, she is a research associate and project coordinator for several international research and teaching projects at the Europa-Institut of Saarland University. She studied law at the Friedrich-Wilhelms-University Bonn and holds a LL.M. degree in European and International Law of the Europa-Institut. She is an active member of the Editorial Board for ZEuS at the Europa-Institut. She worked on several reports and Evaluation Sheets for the Committee of the Regions (“The Importance of Education for the Integration of Migrants”, “A new partnership for the modernization of universities: the EU forum for University Business Dialogue”, “Combating functional illiteracy – Preventing exclusion and promoting personal fulfillment”, “Towns and Universities: factors for promoting the right business conditions in a knowledge-based region”). She published articles on European and International Economic Law, such as “The potential Influence of Free Trade Agreements as a Boost for a multilateral Competition Law – The special Case of SAAs and CEFTA”, in: Popovic, Legal Implications of Trade Liberalization under SAAs and CEFTA, 2018; “Die Rechtsprechung der WTO-Streitbeilegungsorgane in den Jahren 2009 und 2010 “, in: ZEuS 2011, 163 (zusammen mit Anja Trautmann und Tilmann Lahann); “Liberalisierung im Telekommunikationsrecht: Regionalisierung von Märkten – Deregulierung am Beispiel des Breitbandzugangs”, in: ZEuS 2010, 333.
Julia Jungfleisch, LL.M., Dipl. iur., is research associate and PhD student at the Jean-Monnet Chair for European Integration, Antidiscrimination, Human Rights and Diversity of Prof. Dr. Giegerich. She studied Law at Saarland University and holds a LL.M. in International Human Rights Law from the University of Exeter. Her research interests are children`s rights as well as European and International Human Rights law. She published articles on different aspects of European and International Human Rights Law, inter alia on possible direct effects of the prohibition of discrimination on grounds of gender and sexual orientation.
Laura Katharina WOLL, LL.M., Ass. iur., is a research associate at the Jean-Monnet Chair for European Integration, Antidiscrimination, Human Rights and Diversity of Prof. Dr. Giegerich. She graduated from University of Saarland and University of Lorraine holding degrees of German and French law as well as an LL.M. degree in European and International Law from the Europa-Institut. She also worked as a trainee lawyer at Higher Regional Court in Saarbrucken, Speyer and Freiburg and published articles concerning topics such as the compatibility of general data retention with EU law or the existence of a “right to die” under the ECHR. In her current dissertation project she analyses the case law of the ECtHR on domestic violence and the influences of the Istanbul Convention.
Mª Isabel RIBES MORENO: (f) PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Labour Law and Social Security Law, Head of School of Labour Sciences (Algeciras Bay Campus) in University of Cadiz, (Vice-dean of Faculty of Labour Sciences), in Spain. Member of the INDESS (University Institute of Research for Social Sustainable Development) at University of Cádiz. Isabel holds a Degree in Law and a Doctorate in Law from the University of Seville (2011); the main focus of her research is equality and non-discrimination issues in different contexts, such as maritime employment and the European Court of Justice Rulings with the applied labour law as the academic base. She has written, by herself and with others, many papers and book chapters, reports and conference presentations within her research area. In her tenure she organizes many activities related to gender perspective. Some relevant publications:
– Coordinator and co-author of the collective work Social Security Law in Spain. WoltersKluwer Legal, ISBN 9789403526102, 2020.
-Acceso al empleo y condiciones de trabajo de las mujeres en la pesca, in Martínez Yáñez, N.M.; Rodríguez Rodríguez, E., (eds. lit.), Análisis jurídico del trabajo de la mujer en la pesca, 2020, pp. 141-186.
– “Marina mercante, derechos de conciliación y negociación colectiva, ¿es posible conciliar a bordo de un buque?”, Temas laborales: Revista andaluza de trabajo y bienestar social, ISSN 0213-0750, Nº 132, 2016, págs. 123-152.
– “La no discriminación por razón de género en la doctrina del Tribunal de Justicia de la Unión Europea”, Tutela y promoción de la plena integración de la mujer en el trabajo. Libro homenaje a la profesora Teresa Pérez del Río, CARL, 2015, pp 361-388 (with Guerrero Padrón).
– “Medidas laborales para la equiparación de la mujer en el trabajo. La situación de las trabajadoras migrantes”, in J.J. Fernández Alles y J. Benamar (dir.), Estudios sobre gobierno y desarrollo en el contexto del Estrecho de Gibraltar. Editorial Ifzarne, Impression & editions, 2011, ISBN: 978-9954-1-1294-6, pp. 313-355.
Antonio ÁLVAREZ DEL CUVILLO: (m) PhD, Associate Professor of Labour Law and Social Security Law, University of Cadiz, Spain. He holds a dual undergraduate degree in Law and Social Anthropology. Author of numerous papers regarding discrimination Law and gender issues. Former Academic Dean and currently Coordinator of the Degree in Labour Relations and Human Resources at the Faculty of Labour Sciences. He is a member of the Commission of Equality of the Spanish Labour Law Association. Member of different Researching projects related to gender issues (P0-SEJ-2342 de la Junta de Andalucía, “Family law and immigrant integration” and CP06 “La discriminación en el empleo de políticas públicas de lucha contra la discriminación y políticas internas de diversidad en la empresa” (2007)) He has participated as a researcher in the Project DIDO AD EQUAL JEREZ, (Code: 200ES050PC001; National Code: ES-2000-36). Some relevant publications:
-“Regulación del uso del velo islámico en el trabajo”, Trabajo y Derecho, Extra, n.º 7, 2018 (32 pages).
– “Las estrategias probatorias de las partes y la tutela de la discriminación por razón de género”, in Tutela y promoción de la mujer en el trabajo, CARL, Sevilla, 2015, pp. 285-313.
– “Segmentación de género en el mercado de trabajo y negociación colectiva”, en AAVV (Coord. Cruz Villalón, J.) El impacto de la negociación colectiva sobre la segmentación laboral: causas determinantes y elementos de contención, Tirant lo Blanch, Valencia, 2015, pp. 443-490.
– “Aspecto del trabajador y prohibición de discriminación”, en Trabajo y Derecho: Nueva Revista de Relaciones Laborales (continuación de Actualidad Laboral y Relaciones Laborales: Revista Crítica de Teoría y Práctica), nº 2, 2015, pp. 57-80.
– “El género como categoría y las categorías de género”, Revista de Derecho Social, nº 52, 2010, pp. 79-112.
– “Elementos para una valoración técnico-jurídica de las medidas de acción positiva”, Revista de Relaciones Laborales, nº 11 (junio), 2010. pp. 659-692.
– “Las medidas de igualdad en las pequeñas y medianas empresas”, en La ley de igualdad: consecuencias prácticas en las relaciones laborales y en la empresa, Editorial Lex-Nova, Valladolid, 2007, pp. 129-158.
– “Nuevas reflexiones sobre la noción de discriminación y la eficacia de la tutela antidiscriminatoria”, (with Alvarez Alonso), Revista Española de Derecho del Trabajo, nº 132, 2006, pp. 997-1046.
– Igualdad y no discriminación por razón de género: la norma jurídica y su aplicación en Jerez de la Frontera (with others), AA.VV., Mergablum, Sevilla, 2004.
– “Igualdad y no discriminación”, (with others), Veinte años de jurisprudencia laboral y social del Tribunal Constitucional: XIX Jornadas Universitarias Andaluzas de Derecho del Trabajo y Relaciones Laborales” (Rodríguez Sañudo, F.; Elorza Guerrero, coord.) Tecnos. Madrid 2001. ISBN 84-309-3745-5. pp. 263-327.
Thais GUERRERO PADRÓN (f) Assistant Professor of Labour Law and Social Security Law, University of Cadiz, Spain. Author of numerous papers, she holds a Degree in Law from the Complutense University of Madrid (1989) and a Doctorate in Law from the University of Cádiz (2000). She has over 20 years’ work experience on gender equality research, and her thesis was about “Gender discrimination in Spanish Social Security. Regulatory Issues. Directive 79/7/CEE analysis”. She is now Vice Dean at the Faculty of Labour Sciences of the University of Cádiz. She is a professor at the Master of Gender programme in UCA. She has participated as researcher in the Project DIDO AD EQUAL JEREZ, (Code: 200ES050PC001; National Code: ES-2000-36), main Researcher: Professor Pérez del Rio, T., funding: European Social Fund. European Commission, which conducts a study about the collective bargaining agreements in Jerez related to a Gender perspective. She was a member of the Research group working on “The principle of equality and non-discrimination in employment” SEJ-501 since January 2009, and has publications and research focused on gender. Some relevant publications:
– Coordinator and co-author of the collective work Social Security Law in Spain. WoltersKluwer Legal, ISBN 9789403526102, 2020.
– “Igualdad y no discriminación”, AA.VV., Veinte años de Jurisprudencia laboral y social del Tribunal Constitucional, Tecnos, Madrid, 2001, pp. 263-367.
– “Directivas comunitarias sobre el principio de igualdad de trato entre hombres y mujeres y Seguridad Social”, Revista de Trabajo y Bienestar Social, Temas Laborales, nº 68/2003, pp. 59-73.
– “Discriminación indirecta por razón de sexo y cálculo de pensión de funcionarios a tiempo parcial. Comentario a la sentencia del TJCE de 23 de octubre de 2003”, Actualidad Jurídica Aranzadi, nº 617, 2004, pp 1-5.
– “Derecho fundamental a la no discriminación por razón de sexo y su proyección en la protección social”, La Constitución Europea y las relaciones laborales, Mergablum, Sevilla, 2004, pp. 233-246
– Igualdad y no discriminación por razón de género: la norma jurídica y su aplicación en Jerez de la Frontera, AA.VV., Mergablum, Sevilla, 2004.
– “Justificación de la discriminación indirecta por razón de sexo en la Seguridad Social. Doctrina del TJCE”, La igualdad ante la Ley y la no discriminación en las relaciones laborales, XV Congreso Nacional de Derecho del Trabajo y de la Seguridad Social, col. Informes y estudios Relaciones Laborales, Ministerio de Trabajo y Asuntos Sociales, Madrid, 2004, pp. 517-536.
Vanesa HERVIAS PAREJO: (f) PhD, Lecturer of Sociology at the University of Cádiz. She holds two degrees, in Sociology and Politics from the University of Granada and Limerick University (Ireland), and in Social Work from UNED. Former Head of School of Labour Sciences (Jerez Campus) in University of Cadiz, (Vice-dean of Faculty of Labour Sciences), in Spain. She collaborates with NGOs and Public institutions, such as the Instituto Andaluz de la Mujer (IAM) Granada; Instituto Canario de la Mujer, Tenerife; and Centro de Acogida de Inmigrantes (CEAIM) Cádiz. Her research is focused on gender, migrations, social integration, and non-discrimination. Some relevant publications:
– (2018). “El consumo de sexo: tendencias y vulnerabilidades asociadas al género en Andalucía, España”. Revista Prisma Social (publishingpending).
– (2018). “Las Organizaciones Familiares para el Desarrollo Social y de Género”. Revista Brasileira de Planejamento e Desenvolvimento. 4, 550-569.
– (2014). “Políticas migratorias y dificultades de género en los reagrupamientos familiares”. Revista Investigaciones Feministas. 5, 390- 415.
– (2014). “Restablecimiento de familias sociables desde el Trabajo Social y las nuevas masculinidades””. Sección Abierta dedicada al Trabajo Social. Narraciones de masculinidad(es)”. Revista Prisma Social. 13, 652-704.
– (2014). “Inconvenientes de género en los reagrupamientos familiares hacia España: propuestas desde el Trabajo Social”. Revista OBETS. Revista de Ciencias Sociales. 9 (2), 267-301.
– (2012). “La Reagrupación Familiar como reflejo del conflicto de género. Propuestas desde la Mediación y el Trabajo Social”. Revista Debate Público. Reflexión de Trabajo Social. Carrera de trabajo Social. Universidad de Buenos Aires, UBA. 4, 186-196.
– (2012). “Social Work and migrant minors´ problems in Spain”. Proceedings in Advanced Research in Scientific Areas. ARSA. 3, 834- 838.
Mª Angustias BENITO BENÍTEZ: (f) PhD. Substitute Professor of Labour Law and Social Security Law, University of Cadiz, Spain. She holds a degree in Law and a degree in Administration and Finance from the University of Cádiz (2011), and an International Mention PhD (Hons. Cum Laude) awarded by the University of Cadiz. She has a Master´s Degree in Gender, Identity and Citizenship, 2012. Author of numerous papers and research on gender equality, and her PhD in Social Science and Law concerned the analysis of the Spanish social security system from the gender perspective (“Análisis del Sistema Español de Seguridad Social enóptica de género”), University of Cádiz (Spain), 2017. She is a member of the Equality Commission for Women and Men at the University of Cádiz. Some relevant publications:
– “El principio de igualdad de género versus el principio de contributividad en la protección por desempleo: una colisión inevitable en el trabajo a tiempo parcial”, Revista de Derecho de la Seguridad Social, núm. 15, 2018, pp. 161-181.
– “La respuesta a la sostenibilidad del sistema español de Seguridad Social en clave de género”, Revista Internacional y Comparada de Relaciones Laborales y Derecho del Empleo, vol.4, núm. 1, 2016, pp. 124-151. ISSN 2282-2313.
– “El derecho fundamental a la igualdad efectiva de mujeres y hombres. Fundamentos del derecho a la igualdad de género y, en especial, su aplicación en el Derecho del Trabajo y de la Seguridad Social. J.F LousadaArochena. Una reseña”, Revista Internacional y Comparada de Relaciones Laborales y Derecho del Empleo, vol. 3, núm. 3, julio/septiembre de 2015, pp. 307- 314. ISSN 2282-2313.
– “La difícil cobertura de la conciliación de responsabilidades en el Derecho Europeo de la Seguridad Social”, Protección a la familia y Seguridad Social. Hacia un nuevo modelo de protección socio laboral. Ediciones Laborum, Tomo I, 2018, pp. 509-523.ISBN: 978-84- 949189-2-6.
– “La tutela de la jurisprudencia comunitaria ante la feminización del riesgo de pobreza derivada de la Seguridad Social”, Estudios sobre los diversos aspectos jurídicos del trabajo de la mujer, Moya Amador, R., (directora), Serrano Falcón, C. (coord), Thomson Reuters, Aranzadi, 2016.ISBN: 978-84-9099-736-9
– “Working time flexibility as a mechanism of reconciliation: the reduction, determination and adjustment of the working day” Work-Life Balance and the Economic Crisis. Some Insights from the perspective of comparative law (volumen I: the Spanish Scenario), Mella Méndez, Lourdes, y Serrani, Lavinia, Adapt Labor Studies Book-Series), 2015, pp. 116-130. ISBN (10): 1-4438-8115-5ISBN (13): 978-1-4438-8115-9.
Fuensanta RABADÁN SÁNCHEZ-LAFUENTE: (f) PhD, Assistant Professor of Civil Law at the Law School of University of Cádiz. In her research she focuses on privacy issues, mostly those related to women. It is a topical issue, in which women and girls are frequently involved as victims or can even commit violence against other women. Additionally, she studies the problems presented by the regulation of the rights to Honour, Privacy and Personal Image of the minor, focusing on the performance of the Public Prosecutor in real cases regarding the media coverage, and the problems which arise when television programmes do not respect a girl’s privacy. She is a researcher in a Project of Excellency of Junta de Andalucía “Honour, privacy, self-image and equality, in particular, of children and women in social media”.
Some relevant publications:
– “The Right to Privacy in case of not allowed distribution of images provided by the owner, with regard to the case Hormigos”. Actualidad Civil, (9), 2014, pp. 894-903.
– “Guarantee of the right to Honor, Privacy and Personal Image of the minor mature enough: between respect of their decisions and the intervention of Prosecution Service”. Foro, Revista de CienciasJurídicas y Sociales, 18 (2), 2015, pp. 185-211.
– “The consent of the legal representatives to the illegal interference in minors’ rights”, in H. Mota y R. Guimares (cords.) Autonomy and heteronomy in Family Law and the Law of succession, Coimbra (Portugal), 2016, pp. 89-101.
Carmen JOVER RAMÍREZ: (f) PhD, Assistant Professor of Labour Law and Social Security Law, University of Cadiz, Spain. She holds a Degree in Law from the University of Córdoba, Spain, and a Doctorate in Law from the University of Cádiz (2004). Researcher on different projects, such as “Labour relations in micro-enterprises”; the “Analysis of legal-labour regulation of psychosocial risks”; “The principle of equality and non-discrimination in employment”; “Jurisprudence and Doctrine: Incidence of the Spanish doctrine in the resolutions of civil, penal and systems”; “Re-addressing employment to self-employment: precariousness of working conditions and emergence of the entrepreneurship”. She has participated in the implementation of a transversal subject related to gender in some undergraduate and Master programmes at the University of Cádiz. Now, she is teaching this subject within the Labour Relations and Human Resources course, and the Social Work course.
Her scientific activity has been focused on gender, especially on the “work-life balance”.
She has many publications on this subject in national and international journals. Among others:
“Labour aspects of the Act on Integrated Protection Measures against Gender Violence”, in Women, Violence and Law, Andalusian Institute for Women, Counseling for equality and social welfare, Publications Service of the UCA, 2006; “Risk during pregnancy and active legitimation of the union” – Commentary on the Sentence of the Superior Court of Justice of Navarra (STSJ Navarra), November 15th, 2010’. Aranzadi Social, No. 6, 2011; “The conciliation and co-responsibility in the care of the elderly in the labor legal system”, in Work-life balance and co-responsibility between both sexes, Coord. Cabeza Pereiro, J and Fernández Docampo, B, Tirant monografías, 747, Valencia, 2011; “The difficult survival of the reconciliation between work and family life in times of crisis and reform”, Aranzadi Social, nº 4/2013; The fixing of annual paid holiday of the worker in response to the reconcilation of family and labour life, in the Spanish legal system, Lourdes Mella Méndez (dir.), Delta ediciones, España, México, Argentina y Colombia, 2015, ISBN 978-84-16383-11-5; The fixing of annual paid holiday of the worker in response to the reconciliation of family and labour life, in the Spanish legal system in “Work-Life Balance and the Economic Crisis: Some Insights from the Perspective of Comparative Law (Volume II: The International Scenario)”, ADAPT Labour Studies Book-series, y Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015, ISBN (13): 978-1-4438-8079-4; “Current issues on the scope of the right to non-biological versus biological maternity Benefit”, in Tutela y promoción de la plena integración de la mujeren el trabajo, MonografíastemasLaborales, nº 55, CARL, 2015; “Teleworking and occupational contingencies, RevistaInternacional y Comparada de RelacionesLaborales y Derecho del Empleo, Volumen 3, núm. 4, octubre-diciembre de 2015, Adapt, University Press; “Work-life balance in the UK: a comparative study to Spanish system”, Journal Work and Law, Nº 38, 2018; “The reduction of working hours for care of under-age child with cancer or other serious illness: a jurisprudential analysis”, in Protection of the Family and Social Security. Towards a new model of Socio-labour Protection, Vol. 2, 2018; “The domestic services in the family home through virtual platforms: a break to the law?” in Work in digital platforms. Innovation, Law and market. Thomson Reuters Aranzadi. 2018. She has given presentations in conferences on the work-life balance: Lezionenell’ámbito Della Scuola di Dottorato in Istituzioni e Mercali. Diritti e tutele – indirizzoDiritto del Lavorosul tema Direttiva UE 2010/188 sulcongedoparentale: passato, presente e futuro. University of Bologna. Italy. May 2011; Seminar “Work-life balance: state of the question in Spain and Italy.” Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza of the University of Siena (Italy), September 2014. In 2016 and 2017, she had a research stay at the Hull University (UK) where she studied the work-life balance in the UK. Platforms: Innovation, Law and market. Thomson Reuters Aranzadi. 2018. pp.527-541.
Jesús VERDÚ BAEZA: (m) Associate Professor of Public International Law and European Law. Member of the Spanish Association of Professors of International law and International Relations and member of the INDESS (University Institute of Research for Social Sustainable Development) at University of Cádiz. He holds a Degree in Law from the University of Seville and a Doctorate in Law from the University of Cadiz. He researches human rights in different contexts. He has written many papers and book chapters, reports and conference presentations within his research area. He is a member of the Centre of Excellence Jean Monnet of the European Commission ‘Migration and Human Rights in Europe’s External Borders’
Lydia BARES LÓPEZ (f) Phd. Substitute Professor at the Department of General Economics at the University of Cadiz. She has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration. She has two engineering and one pharmaceutical patent. She was awarded by Fundación Campus Tecnológico de Algeciras with the First Prize in 2018 for the best entrepreneurial idea, and by Fundación Alberto Elzaburu in 2016 for the 3rd Innovation Award. In 2019, she has presented papers in two international congresses held in Bol (Croatia) and Lyon (France), with the respective titles: “Women’s participation in patenting: evidence from Ibero-American countries” and “The gender patenting gap: a comparison between Brazil and Spain”. She is the founder and the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Laboratories ABBAP Pharma, a pharmaceutical company whose aim is to commercialize the patented product in the Spanish pharmacy system, and internationally.
Manuela ORTEGA GIL (f) PhD Substitute Professor at the Department of General Economics at the University of Cadiz. Member of the Globalisation and Territorial Dynamics Research Group, the Research Institute for Sustainable Social Development (INDESS), and the Iberoamerican Group of Multidisciplinary Studies on Happiness (IGOMSOH). Her research fields are development, public policies, citizens’ wellbeing and networks. Currently, one of her lines of research is oriented towards the relationship between life satisfaction, education and gender. This year she was a visiting scholar at the International Center for Public Policy within the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies of the Georgia State University. In addition, she teaches, among other subjects, Gender Equality, Theory and Economic Policy and Labor Policies at the University of Cadiz.
Mª Amalia BLANDINO GARRIDO (f), PhD, is an Associate Professor of Civil Law at the University of Cadiz, Spain. Member of the INDESS (University Institute of Research for Social Sustainable Development) at the University of Cádiz. She holds a Degree in Law and a Doctorate in Law from the University of Cadiz. She is a member of the Research group “Hombre, libertad, derecho, familia y propiedad” (SEJ-327) since 1999. In her research she explores issues related to family law and succession law. Some of her relevant publications are: “Actos dispositivos sobre la vivienda familiar ganancial en las situaciones de crisis matrimonial”, en La situación jurídica de la mujer en los supuestos de crisis matrimonial (Cervilla Garzón, Mª D., coord.), Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Cádiz, 1997, pp. 199-213; Álvarez Alarcón, A., Blandino Garrido, Mª A. y Sánchez Martín, P., Las crisis matrimoniales: Nulidad, Separación y Divorcio, ed. Tirant lo Blanch, 2010; “La reconciliación conyugal: reflexiones tras la reforma operada por la ley 15/2015, de 2 de julio, de la jurisdicción voluntaria”, Actualidad Jurídica Iberoamericana, 3 ter, 2015, pp. 32-51; “La atribución del uso de la vivienda familiar en caso de ruptura de la unión de hecho”, en Autonomia e heteronomia no Direito da Família e no Direito das Sucessões, 2016, Oporto (Portugal), pp. 653-671; “Las condiciones testamentarias relativas al matrimonio”, en Ordenación Económica del Matrimonio y de la Crisis de Pareja, ed. Tirant lo Blanch, 2018, pp. 105-124; “Libertad de testar y condiciones testamentarias”, en La libertad de testar y sus límites, ed. Marcial Pons, 2018, pp. 267-306.
Teresa GÓMEZ PRIETO (f) PhD, Assistant Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Cádiz. She was awarded the First International Premium in Spanish Association of Maritime Law (AEDM). Her research activity has been focused on Maritime Transport, but also on Company Law. She has published a monograph, many papers in scientific journals, and chapters in books. She is a researcher in some Research Projects funded by the Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, National Plan I+D+I .
Juan Luis PULIDO BEGINES (m) is a Full Professor of Maritime and Commercial Law at the University of Cádiz (Spain). Author of numerous articles and books, book chapters, reports and conference presentations in all his research areas. He holds both an LL.B. and a Doctorate in Law from the University of Cádiz. At present, his research is centred on maritime law, third-party liability (tort law), financial system law and electronic commerce law. FormerDean of the Facultad de Ciencias del Trabajo de la Universidad de Cádiz, 2015-2019. He has received a significant number of awards: for the Best Doctoral Thesis of the year, University of Cádiz (1996), First award for articles on International Transport Law, University of Castellón (Spain), November 2005. IV award for monographies on International Transport Law, University of Castellón (Spain), November 2011. Research Grant from the Max-Planck-Institut fürausländisches und international Privaterecht, 2004. Grant from the Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD ) 2006. He is a participant in the Project: La universidadcomosujetotransformador de la realidad social enmateria de igualdad de género, financed by the AgenciaAndaluza de CooperaciónInternacional al Desarrollo, University of Cádiz and University San Carlos of Guatemala.
Teresa PONTÓN ARICHA (f) PhD. Substitute Professor of Tax Law. PhDfrom the University of Cádiz. Her education took place in the same institution where she obtained the Law Degree, the Master in Agrifood and the Master in Taxation before reaching the Doctoral degree.
In addition to her teaching work, she develops several lines of research connected by the defence and guarantees of taxpayers before the Tax Administration, for instance: tax incentives linked to gender violence; the taxpayer’s position before the Courts of Justice and before the Administration.
She is the author of several national and international publications, has presented numerous papers and communications at prestigious seminars and conferences. Herworkincludes: “Retos ante el 50 aniversario de la Unión Aduanera”, in “Cádiz al mundo: del floreciente siglo XVIII a los retos del Port of thefuture del siglo XXI”, Luis López Molina (dir.), Dykinson 2018, 978-84-9148-709-8, págs. 535-544. “Transferencia de resultados en derecho tributario, un objetivo a lograr”, in “Apuntes sobre la transferencia de investigación en Derecho Financiero y Tributario”, López Martínez & Pérez Lara (dirs.), Tirant lo Blanch, Valencia, 2017. “El “Brexit” sus aspectos tributarios y su especial impacto en Gibraltar”, in Quincena Fiscal, nº8, 2017, págs. 59-74.
Leticia CABRERA CARO (f) PhD. Assistant Professor of Philosophy of Law, Former Head of the School of Law (Algeciras Bay Campus) in University of Cadiz, in Spain; she is currently also Vice-Dean of Quality and Teaching at the School of Law in Jerez in University of Cádiz. Member of the INDESS (University Institute of Research for Social Sustainable Development) at the University of Cádiz. Leticia holds a Degree in Law and a Doctorate in Law from the University of Cádiz (1999); her research focuses on History of legal and political thought, Human Rights and dignity, and gender ideology. She has written one book by herself and co-authored another two, along with many papers and book chapters, reports and conference presentations within her research area. Some relevant publications: “Personas y seres humanos: ¿Distinción o identidad?”, in Ius et Scientia (2017) Vol. 3, n. 1, pp. 114-124; “El modelo de la complementariedad desde una perspectiva histórico-jurídica”, in Aparisi Miralles, A. (coord.), Estudios sobre género y Derecho. Hacia un modelo de género de la igualdad en la diferencia. Thomson-Reuters-Aranzadi, Cizur Menor, 2016, “Una aproximación histórica a la concepción realista del derecho”, in Persona y Derecho, 74 (2016), pp. 75-95; “El consentimiento libre: la trampa de la explotación femenina en la maternidad subrogada”, in Revista Chilena de Derecho (2019), in press (aceptado: 11/04/2019).
Manuel RODRIGUEZ PUERTO (m) currently holds the position of Associate Professor of Philosophy of Law (“Profesor Titular”, in Spanish terminology) at the University of Cadiz. Former Coordinator of the Degree in Law at the same University. Manuel has a Degree and a Doctoral Degree in Law. His areas of interest are Legal Methodology, Legal Hermeneutics, History of Legal Thought, Law and new Technologies and the development of modern individualism; inside this topic, he is now interested in the relationship between the philosophy of the Enlightenment and the origin of women´s rights.
He has written books, book chapters and papers on those topics. Somerelevantpublications are: Interpretación, derecho, ideología. Comares, Granada, 2011. ISBN 978-84-9836-912-0; “Internet y el problema del concepto de derecho”, in Cabanellas de las Cuevas, G. (Dir.) / Montes de Oca, A. (Coord.), Derecho de Internet. Heliasta, Buenos Aires, 2012. ISBN 9789508851291. Págs. 65 – 106.; “Libertad y Derecho en Internet: el mito del Ciberespacio”, in Megías Quirós, J.J. (Ed.), Sociedad de la Información: Derecho, libertad, comunidad. Cizur Menor, Thomson, 2007, ISBN 9788483552919. Págs. 43 – 93. “Internet y los derechos de las personas”, Persona y Derecho, 58, 2008, págs. 147 – 183. “Juscommune y derecho subjetivo en el siglo XVI”; “Propiedad e individuo en la Modernidad”, in VV.AA. El derecho subjetivo en su Historia. Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Cádiz, 2003, 8477863709. Págs. 289-387.
Mª del Mar MARTÍN ARAGÓN (f) PhD. Substitute Professor of Criminal Law. She is a graduate in Law, Expert in Criminality and Public Security; she holds a Master’s Degree in Criminality and Public Security, and an International Mention PhD (Hons. Cum Laude) awarded by the University of Cadiz. Her PhD research was entitled “A Criminological and legal analysis in long term imprisonment” and was written in Spanish and English, with the thesis dissertation in both languages as well. This thesis had three external examiners (Prof. Jo Phoenix – Open University-, Neil Chakraborti (University of Leicester and Loraine Gelsthorpe, University of Cambdrige). She has taught subjects focused on gender such as “Specific Criminality Patterns: gender issues” within the Criminology course. Even in the case of subjects that are not initially related to gender issues, she has always tried to introduce a gender perspective; e.g. in the Erasmus Masters’s Degree on Water and Coastal Management (which is taught entirely in English) where she teaches Conflict Resolutions, she introduced a lesson on The Role of Women in Transboundary Water Dispute Resolution. She has participated in a research project focused on gender (Equality and Criminal Law: gender and nationality as primary discrimination factors (DER 2010-19781) – within this project she published a book chapter titled “Roma women imprisoned: results from a sample in the prisons from Alcala de Guadaira and Puerto III”. She is also a member of the Academic Board of two Master’s programmes (Criminal Law and Water Coastal Management). She has been a reviewer since 2018 for the MDPI Journal of Social Sciences. She consistently scores very highly in a tool used for the evaluation of the teaching activity. She has given presentations in many International conferences in English (Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC) Conference, International Conference of the European Environmental Law). She carried out a research stay at the University of Toronto, at the University of Leicester (granted) and a teaching Stay at the University of Insubria. She has a C1 qualification in English. She has been a supervisor for several Final Degree and Master’s degree Studies Projects related to gender (imprisoned women, criminal women) and has been a member of the Master’s degree thesis evaluation board in the Gender Master at the University of Cadiz. Next November at the American Society of Criminology (of which she is a member, along with membership in the British society of Criminology) she will be chair of the Session “Female Sex Offenders”.
Eva BERMÚDEZ FIGUEROA (f) PhD in Sociology, Department of General Economics. Area of Sociology – Sociologist, postgraduate in Gender, identity and citizenship, PhD in Gender and Social Science. Her research addresses gender and unionism and labour relations, together with the labour market and segregation of women. She has been a visiting researcher at the Queen Mary University of London in the Centre of Equality and Diversity, in the Alliance Manchester Business School, at the University of Manchester, and in the European Work and Employment Research Centre (EWERC). She is a member of the Research Net 14 (RN14) for Gender Relations in the Labour Market and the Welfare State in European Sociological Association (ESA).
She has published in international reviews, such as Labour History, Labour and Working Class History, Journal of Applied Research for Higher Education, and edited books for national publishers such as Catarata, or international ones, such as Nova Publishers (USA). She has conducted research on “The participation of women in the workers’ movement in Sherry Area (1966-2017)” in 2017-2018, or “The under –representation of women in local administration: El Puerto de Santa María” in 2018-2019.
Isabel Mª VILLAR FUENTES (f) PhD, Assistant professor of Processual Law, Former Head of the School of Law (Algeciras Bay Campus) in University of Cadiz, in Spain; she is currently Coordinator of the Degree in Law at the same University. Member of the INDESS (University Institute of Research for Social Sustainable development) at the University of Cadiz. Isabel Villar Fuentes holds a degree in Law and a Doctorate in Law from the University of Cadiz (2011), she researches Preliminary Measures in Industrial Property, Mediation, Measures of Technological Investigation in Criminal Proceedings and Procedural Protection of Vulnerable People. She is the author of a monography: Las diligencias preliminaries en el Proceso de Propiedad Industrial, and many papers and book chapters, reports and conference presentations within her research area. Some relevant publications: “Algunas reflexiones sobre legitimación para la protección de los intereses de los consumidores y usuarios”; “Solicitud decisión prejudicial tribunal alemán sobre aplicación Directiva 2004/48 (secreto bancario y protección de la propiedad industrial)”, “Contrasto alla criminalità organizzata e conseguenti restrizioni alla privacy: Indagine preliminare e situazioni d’urgenzan el process open al espagnolo”; “Investigación criminal y Smart Data”; “El uso de las nuevas tecnologías en las diligencias de investigación: especial referencia a supuestos de terrorismo”; “Usuarios de banca: ¿doblemente vulnerables?…
Asunción ARAGÓN VARO (f), Associate professor in English Studies and Gender Studies at the University of Cadiz, Spain. She is the academic coordinator of the Master’s Programme: “Gender studies, identities and citizenship” and PhD supervisor in the Gender studies doctoral programme. Dr. Aragon is a member of the Gender Equality Committee at the University of Cadiz. Director of the women’s studies group. She also takes part in several international networks such as the European Gender Studies Network or the Afroeuropeans: Black Cultures and Identities in Europe research network. Her research centres on feminist and queer theory, the intersections of gender and race in cultural studies and literature. Some of her publications include:
“Breaking/Voicing the Silence: Diriye Osman’s Fairy Tales for Lost Children”
“Cartografías sexuales y escritoras hispano africanas: Agnès Agboton y Guillermina Mekuy” [Sexual cartographies and AfroHispanic Women Writers].
“This is a Man’s World: Drag Kings and the Female Embodiment of Masculinity”.
“Los Placeres Obscenos: Espacios y prácticas sexuales durante la Ilustración” [Obscene Pleasures: Spaces and Sexual Practices in the Enlightenment].
“Rethinking the ‘Gendered’ African Diaspora”.
“Diasporic Discourses and Cultures: Buchi Emecheta”.
“Género, globalización y ciudadanía en la literatura Africana de mujeres” [“Gender, globalisation and citizenship: African women writers ].
“Más allá del sol de las independencias: Breve introducción a la literatura anglófona en Nigeria”[“Beyond the Suns of independence: A short introduction to Nigerian literature”].
“Escritoras africanas: otras mujeres, otras literaturas” [“African women writers: ‘Other’ women, ‘other’ literature].
María ACALE SÁNCHEZ (f) Full Professor in Criminal Law at the University of Cadiz, Spain. She holds a PhD in Criminal Law since 1997. Within the “Gender studies, identities and citizenship” Master’s Programme, she is the coordinator of the part on “Equality Politics”.
Her work mainly focuses on criminal law and gender; she has many publications on these topics, including 3 books, many book chapters and specialty journals, out of which recently:
-Violencia sexual de género contra las mujeres adultas, especial referencia a los delitos de agresión y abuso sexual. ed. Reus, Madrid 2019 (Sexual violence against adult women specially in the case of rape and sexual abuse).
-Penal and Custodial Control of Female Criminality in Spain from a Gender Perspective, REF. REVISTA/LIBRO ®: Social Sciences, 2019, 19,8,52, DOI: 10.3390/sosc18020052 (www.mdpi.com/journal/socsci).
She was contracted by the SpanishParliament (Grupo Confederal de UP-En Común Podem-En Marea) to workon a proposal regarding the Law about the integral protection of sexual freedom and the fight against sexual violence (Ley sobre medidas de protección integral de la libertad sexual y de la lucha contra las violencias sexistas) (signed: 5.6.2018). Moreover, she was invited by the European Parliament as a speaker in the Public Hearing Security policies and human rights: difficulties and opportunities (23rd January 2019).
Beatriz CRUZ MÁRQUEZ (f). is an Associate Professor of Criminal Law and Criminology at the University of Cádiz, Spain. She has published papers on criminal justice and gender violence issues, especially on juvenile criminal policy and the effects of treatment on detention execution. Professor Cruz has authored and edited books and approximately twenty article journals and book chapters, which have been published mainly in Spain, but also in Portugal, Mexico and Chile. She has given dozens of lectures at universities and research centres of Spain, Italy, Portugal, Germany, Chile and Bolivia. Professor Cruz has also acted as visiting scholar at the University of Münster (Germany), funded by the program DAAD-MOVE. Moreover, Professor Cruz has participated in some ten research projects funded by public institutions and coordinated by several Universities. She has looked into a wide variety of criminal law, criminological and penal issues.
Raquel PASTOR YUSTE: (f) Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Cadiz (Spain) and researcher of the Research Group Labour, Politics and Gender. Degree in Sociology and Political Science, and a PhD in Sociology. She has participated in research projects about the relationship among gender, elites, political parties and democratic representation in Spain, and has published several articles and monographs on women’s political representation such as: Género, elites políticas y representación parlamentaria en España (2011, Tirant Lo Blanch), “La dimension simbólica de la representación políticaen el Parlamento español” (2014, Revista Española de Ciencia Política), and “Women’s political firsts and symbolic representation (2018, Gender of Women, Politics and Policy). Former director of the Equality Unit at the University of Cadiz.
Susanne STRAND (f) PhD, is an Associate Professor of Criminology at CAPS – Center for Criminological and PsychoSocial Research at Örebro University in Sweden and at CFBS – Centre for Forensic Behavioural Science at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia. Susanne researches risks of violence in different contexts, with the applied criminology as the academic base. Her research also has a gender focus studying both males and females as perpetrators as wells as victims of violence, where the focus of her research is risk assessment and risk management in three different areas; intimate partner violence, stalking, and honor based violence. She has worked with implementation and evaluation of risk assessment methods within the police. Gender is one focus of the studies, meaning both women and men are studied from the perspectives of victims as well as perpetrators. Her research has in particular shown that the use of structured checklists for assessing risk of violence is an effective method to use for the police, the correctional setting and the forensic psychiatric care while working with risk assessment and management for violence. She has, by herself and with others, written more than hundred papers, books and book chapters, reports and conference presentations within her research area.
Liisa HUSU, (f) Professor of Gender Studies, Örebro University, Sweden gained her doctorate in Sociology, University of Helsinki, Finland (2001), following a career as national coordinator of women’s/gender studies in the Finnish national gender equality machinery, Ministry of Social Affairs & Health, and since 2001 pursuing an academic career in Finland and Sweden. She has over 30 years’ work experience on gender equality promotion and gender research, focusing especially on academia and science institutions. She has been Vice Chair and member of the University of Helsinki Equality Committee and member of the Örebro University Equality Committee. She leads Gender Studies at the ORU as well as the ORU Centre for Feminist Social Studies, is a Co-Director (ORU) of the GEXcel International Collegium. Engaged in EU Women and Science activities since 1999, she has participated in five EU projects on gender and science, and was the Rapporteur for the EU expert report Gender Challenge in Research Funding (2009). She was a founding member and Board member of the European Platform of Women Scientists, is a moderator of the European Network on Gender Equality in Higher Education, scientific adviser of the European Women Rectors’ Association EWORA, advisor for Chalmers Technological University (Sweden) 10 year equality programme GENIE, and was Board Member of the Tampere University Foundation, Finland. Research and publications focus on gender dynamics in academic & scientific organisations and knowledge-making, science policy & academic and research
Sofia STRID (f), PhD, is Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer in Gender Studies and gained her doctorate in 2010 with the thesis Gendered Interests in the EU: The European Women’s Lobby and the Organisation and Representation of Women’s Interests. She has a broad social science background as a lecturer and researcher in gender studies, political science and sociology at Örebro university (Sweden), Lancaster university (UK) and at the Institute for Human and Social Sciences (Austria). She has worked for the European Women’s Lobby in Brussels. Strid’s research departs from feminist social theory and focuses on intersectional violence and gender (in)equality architectures. She has participated in many collaborative European projects financed by the European Commission (e.g. QUING: The Quality and Gender Equality Policy in the EU (2006-11); Gender Based Violence in Sports (2013-14); FATIMA (2013-15), the European Parliament (e.g. Preventing Rape /2014/), the European Institute for Gender Equality (e.g. Risk Estimation of FGM in the EU /2014-15/), and the Swedish Research Council (e.g. Violence Regimes /2017-2020/; Feminist Theorizings of Intersectionality /2012-17/). She has produced and co-produced more than one hundred articles, chapters, books, reports, proceedings and conference papers and delivered some twenty research reports to the European Commission on the topics of gender equality, violence and intersectionality (in the EU). She is a Co-Director (ORU) of the GEXcel International Collegium for Advanced Transdisciplinary Gender Studies, board member of: the Institute for Thematic Gender Studies; the Swedish Association for Gender Researchers; and of the Nordic Association for Women’s and Gender Studies. She is a representative in AtGender: The European Association for Gender Research, Education and Documentation. She is the former editor of the Nordic Journal for Gender Studies [Tidskrift för genusvetenskap] (www.tegeve.se).
Eleonor KRISTOFFERSSON (f), LLM (Gothenburg), LLM (Mannheim), LLD, is Professor of Law at the School of Law, Psychology and Social Work at Örebro University in Sweden. She is also a visiting professor in Business law at Linköping University, Sweden. Eleonor Kristoffersson has the overall scientific responsibility for the law subject in Örebro University. She has a vast experience in interdisciplinary teaching and research. For example, she is the director of studies for an interdisciplinary research school with 35 doctoral students in Örebro in the field of ageing. She has also monitored the comparative research projects funded by the Swedish Research Council. She has a vast experience in integrating the gender perspective in the legal education, especially in the field of tax law and business law. She has, written more than hundred papers, books and book chapters, reports and conference presentations within her research area.
Rigmor ARGREN (f), MA in Communications (Örebro), LLM (Essex) PhD Law (Essex) is a lecturer in Public International Law (human rights and humanitarian law) at the School of Law, Psychology and Social Work at Örebro University in Sweden. Before reconnecting with academia, she has worked in the humanitarian sector for several years in the area of monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning (MEAL). In this capacity she has participated in and led Real Time Reviews (RTRs) of humanitarian responses with a focus on vulnerable groups, women and children. These RTRs took place in Lebanon, (Syria conflict) Philippines (Haiyan) and Guinea (Ebola) to mention the most recent ones. Of lately, she has developed an interest in in Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) and has carried out evaluative research in this regard.
Maria SJÖHOLM (f), LL.D, is an Associate Professor of Public International Law at the School of Law, Psychology and Social Work at Örebro University, Sweden. She teaches courses on public international law and international human rights law. The focus of her research involves gender perspectives on public international law, primarily in relation to international human rights law and international criminal law. This includes studies on gender-based violence as international crimes as well as gender-sensitive interpretations of international human rights law provisions. More detailed work include the definition of rape in international law, the content of reproductive rights and obligations to protect individuals against human trafficking. Her current project includes a monograph on gender-based harms on the Internet. Maria is a member of the Committee of Feminism and International Law of the International Law Association.
Zara SAIEDSADEH, holds a PhD in gender studies and is now a lecturer in Gender Studies at School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences at Örebro University. She is also a Research Associate at the Simone de Beauvoir Institute, Concordia University, Canada. Her research area involves socio-legal studies of gender and sexuality applying feminist theories and methodologies of gender justice . Her work focuses on trans* citizenship advocating status recognition within law and society.
List of Mandatory courses at LAW AND GENDER
- Practical Skills (Research Methodology, English Terminology, Internet Skills)
Ass. Prof. Milena Đorđevic (Belgrade BU), Prof. Dr. Asunción Aragón, Prof. Dr. Vanesa Hervias Prof. Mª Isabel Ribes Moreno, (Universidad de Cádiz), Ass. Prof. Giuseppe Puma (LUMSA U), Dr. Rigmor Argren (Orebro U), Ass. iur. Mareike Fröhlich LL.M. (Europa-Institut, Saarland University), Ass. iur. Christina Backes (Europa-Institut, Saarland University).
- Feminist Political and Legal Theories – Prof. Dr. Dragica Vujadinović, Prof. Dr. Miodrag Jovanović, Prof. Dr. Tanasije Marinković, Doc. Dr. Bojan Spaić (BU), Prof. Dr. Antonio Álvarez del Cuvillo, Prof. Dr. Asunción Aragón (Universidad de Cadiz), Prof. Dr. Fabio Macioce (LUMSA), A/Prof. Dr Sofia Strid, Dr Zara Saeidzadeh (Orebro U).
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- Human Rights Law – Gender Perspective – Prof. Dr. Ivana Krstic, Prof. Dr. Tanasije Marinkovic, Prof. Dr. Bojana Čučković (BU), Prof. Dr. Leticia Cabrera Caro, Prof. Dr. Pedro Miguel Mancha , Prof. Dr. Jesús Verdú Baeza (Universidad de Cádiz), Ass. Prof. Giuseppe Puma (LUMSA U), Ass. Prof. Marco Evola (LUMSA U) Dr Maria Sjöholm, Dr. Zara Saeidzadeh (Orebro U), Ass. iur. Christina Backes (Europa-Institut, Saarland University).
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- International and EU Law and Gender Equality, Prof. Dr. Ivana Krstić, Prof. Dr. Bojana Čučković, Marija Vlajković (BU), Prof. Dr. Jesús Verdú Baeza, Prof. Mª Isabel Ribes Moreno, Prof. Dr. Thais Guerrero Padrón (Universidad de Cádiz), Ass. Prof. Marco Evola, Ass. Prof. Dr. Giuseppe Puma (LUMSA U), Dr Maria Sjöholm (Orebro U), Prof. Dr. Thomas Giegerich (Saarland).
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- Feminist Judgments – Prof. Dr. Ivana Krstić, Prof. Dr. Tanasije Marinković, Prof. Dr. Maja Lukić Radović (BU), Prof. Dr. Isabel Villar Fuentes, Prof. Dr. Fuensanta Rabadán Sánchez-Lafuente, Prof. Dr. Antonio Álvarez, Prof. Dr. María Acale (Universidad de Cádiz), Ass. Prof. Marco Evola (LUMSA U), Zara Saeidzadeh (Orebro U), Ass. iur. Christina Backes (Saarland U).
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List of optional courses at LAW AND GENDER
- Gender Issues in Comparative Legal History
Dr. Dragica Vujadinovic, Prof. Dr. Vojislav Stanimirović, Nina Kršljanin, Una Divac (BU), Prof. Dr. Manuel Rodríguez Puerto (Universidad de Cádiz), Prof. Dr. Pietro Lo Iacono (LUMSA U); Prof. Dr. Eleonor Kristoffesson, Dr Maria Sjöholm (Orebro U);
- Private Law and Gender Equality
Prof. Dr. Katarina Dolović, Ass. Prof. Dr. Snežana Dabić, Ass. Prof. Dr. Branka Babović (BU), Ass. prof. Dr. Nenad Tesic, Prof. Dr. Fuensanta Rabadán Sánchez-Lafuente, Prof. Dr. María Amalia Blandino Garrido (Universidad de Cádiz), Prof. dr. Gabriele Carapezza Figlia, Prof. Dr. Letizia Coppo (LUMSA U), Prof. Dr. Eleonor Kristoffesson, Dr Maria Sjöholm (Orebro U).
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- Public Law and Gender Equality
Prof. Dr. Marko Davinić, Prof. Dr Tanasije Marinković, Ass. Prof. Dr. Giuseppe Puma (LUMSA U), Prof. Dr. Eleonor Kristoffesson, Dr Maria Sjöholm (Orebro U), Prof. Dr. Thomas Giegerich (Saarland).
- Feminist Economics/Gender Economics
Ass. Ana Odorović, Ass. Nikola Ilić (BU), Prof. Dr. Manuela Ortega Gil, Prof. Dr. Lydia Bares (Universidad de Cádiz), Prof. Dr. Sergio Paternostro, Ass. Prof. Antonio Dr. Martuscelli (LUMSA U), Prof. Dr. Anna Minà; A/Prof. Dr Sofia Strid (Orebro U).
- Gender Equality and Bussiness Law
Prof. Dr. Vuk Radović, Prof. Dr. Tatjana Jevremović Petrović, Prof. Dr. Mirjana Radović, Doc. Dr. Jelena Lepetić (BU), Prof. Dr. Juan Luis Pulido Begines, Prof. Dra. Teresa Gómez Prieto (Universidad de Cádiz), Dr. Carlo Petta (LUMSA U), Prof. Dr. Eleonor Kristoffesson, Dr Maria Sjöholm (Orebro U), Ass. iur. Mareike Fröhlich LL.M. (Europa-Institut, Saarland University).
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- Gender Equitable Taxation
Ass. Prof. Dr. Svetislav Kostić, Lidija Živković (BU), Prof. Dr. Teresa Pontón Aricha (Universidad de Cádiz), Prof. Dr. Marco Cedro (LUMSA U), Prof. Dr. Eleonor Kristoffesson, Dr Maria Sjöholm (Orebro).
- Gender Competent Family Law
Ass. Prof. Dr. Uroš Novaković (BU), Assist. Ivana Barac Prof. Dr. Fuensanta Rabadán Sánchez-Lafuente, Prof. Dr. María Amalia Blandino Garrido, Prof. Dr. Isabel Villar (Universidad de Cádiz), Prof. Dr. Giampaolo Frezza, Prof. Dr. Letizia Coppo (LUMSA U), Dr Zara Saeidzadeh (Orebro U).
- Gender Competent Criminal Law
Ass. Prof. Dr. Ivana Marković (BU), Prof. Dr. María Acale, Prof. Beatriz Cruz, Prof. Dr. María del Mar Martín (Universidad de Cádiz), A/Prof. Dr. Susanne Strand (Orebro U).
- Gender Competent Criminology
Ass. Prof. Dr. Natalija Lukić (BU), Prof. Dr. María Acale, Prof. Beatriz Cruz, Prof. Dr. María del Mar Martín (Universidad de Cádiz), A/Prof. Dr. Susanne Strand (Orebro U).
- Gender Perspective of Labor Law
Prof. Dr. Ljubinka Kovačević (BU), Prof. Dr. Carmen Jover, Prof. Dr. Angustias Benito Benítez, Prof. Mª Isabel Ribes Moreno, Prof. Dr. Thais Guerrero Padrón (Universidad de Cádiz), Dr. Carlo Petta (Lumsa U); Prof. Dr. Eleonor Kristoffesson, Dr Maria Sjöholm (Orebro U).
- Gender Perspective of Social Security Law
Prof. Dr. Ljubinka Kovačević (BU), Prof. Dr. Carmen Jover, Prof. Dr. Angustias Benito Benítez, Prof. Mª Isabel Ribes Moreno, Prof. Dr. Thais Guerrero Padrón (Universidad de Cádiz), Dr. Carlo Petta (Lumsa U); Prof. Dr. Eleonor Kristoffesson, Dr Maria Sjöholm (Orebro U).
- Sociology of Law and Gender Equality
Prof. Dr. Danilo Vuković, Ass. Valerija Dabetić (BU), Prof. Dr. Eva Bermúdez Figueroa, Prof. Dr. Raquel Pastor (Universidad de Cádiz), Dr. Rigmor Argren, Dr Zara Saeidzadeh (Orebro U).
- Public Policies on Gender Equality
Prof. Dr. Danilo Vuković, Prof. Dr. Branko Radulovic, Prof. Dr. Tatjana Jovanic, Prof. Dr. Mirjana Drenovak, Assist. Valerija Dabetic (BU), Prof. Dr. Carmen Jover Ramírez, Prof. Dr. Vanesa Hervias Parejo (Universidad de Cádiz), Dr Zara Saeidzadeh (Orebro U).