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.