Professor, Union University Law School Belgrade

Professor of Law, Union University Law School Belgrade

Research Associate, Central European University/CELAB, Budapest

  • Web:


  • Constitutional Law
  • EU Constitutional Law
  • European Human Rights Law
  • Medical Law and Bioethics


  • Postdoc: 2012 -2013, NYU School of Law, USA
  • S.J. D 2005, Central European University, Budapest  (Comparative Constitutional Law)
  • LL.M 1996, Central European University /USNY, New York(Comparative Constitutional Law)
  • Cert. 1989- Bar Examination
  • LL. B 1985 - Belgrade University School of Law


  • English (fluent)
  • Hungarian (fair)
  • French (basic)
  • Serbian, (native) &Montenegrin/Bosnian/Croatian


Current Position

  • Union University Law School, Belgrade: Professor of Law(tenure since 2011)
  • Central European University/Center for Ethics and Law in Biomedicine (CELAB), Budapest: Research Associate, (2007 -)


  • Constitutional Law (undergraduate mid-level course)
  • EU Law (undergraduate upper-level course)
  • Medical Law(undergraduate upper-level course)
  • EU and Human Rights (graduate master-level course)
  • European Court of Human Rights Jurisprudence (graduate master-level course, from 2010 co-teaching online course with the Washington and Lee University School of Law, USA)
  • Constitutional Theory and European Constitutionalism (the course at doctoral program)
  • International Criminal Law(undergraduate upper-level course, 2007-2017)
  • Comparative Constitutional Law(graduate master-level course, 2008-2013).
  • Law and Ethics in Biomedicine (graduate course, Specialized Studies in Medical Law, 2008-2013).
  • Patients’ rights (graduate course, Specialized Studies in Medical Law, 2008-2013).

Professional History

  • Union University Law School, Belgrade:

      Associate Professor of Law (2008 – 2011)

       Vice-Dean of Academic Affairs/Head of the Postgraduate Studies(2007 – 2010)

      Lecturer (2006–2008)

  • Central European University/Center for Human Rights, Budapest:

       Research Coordinator(2005 – 2006)

  • Embassy of Serbia and Montenegro, Budapest:

        Head of the Consular Department, Counselor (2004-2005)

        Counselor for Minority, Cultural and Media Affairs (2001-2003)

  • Central European University, Budapest:

       Research Assistant to Academic Pro-Rector for Public Policy Issues (2000-2001)

  • Constitutional and Legal Policy Institute (Affiliated with OSI and Central European University): Staff Attorney/Senior Legal Officer (1995-2000) responsible forlaw reform initiatives in ex-Yugoslavia, criminal justice, anti-corruption, legal education, faculty training and judicial training programs.
  • Federal Ministry of Justice (in former SFRY and FRY), Belgrade

       Senior Legal Adviser for Criminal Law and Human Rights Affairs (1992-1994)

        Legal Adviser for Criminal Law Affairs (1989- 1992)

       Junior Legal Adviser (1987 -1989)

       Apprentice (1986-1987).


  • NYU School of Law, New York, USA - Global Research Fellow, 2012-2013 (in residence during the Fall Semester)
  • Fulbright Grant Award – Fulbright Scholar, 2012
  • Central European University/Center for Ethics and Law in Biomedicine (CELAB), Budapest, Hungary - Research Fellow, 2006-2007
  • T.M.C. ASSER Institute, The Hague, Netherlands - Visiting Fellow, 2000 (March)
  • George Washington University Law School, Washington D.C., USA - Visiting Fellow, 1998 (March-April)
  • Central European University - Scholarship Award for S.J.D. Studies (1997/1998)
  • Brigham Young University Law School, Utah, USA –Visiting LL.M Student, 1995 (January-April)
  • Fund for Open Society Institute, Belgrade - Scholarship Award for LL.M Studies (1994)


  • European Public Law Organization, Member of the Board of Directors, (2007- )
  • Pardon Committee (established by the President of the Republic of Serbia), Member (2008- 2012)
  • Ombudsperson’s Council for Rights of the Persons Deprived of Liberty – Member (2009-2012)
  • Institute for International Education, European Office – The Selection Committee for the Eurobank EFG Scholarship Award in Serbia - Member, (2009-2010)
  • European Group of Public Law, Member (by invitation) (2009 -)
  • Serbian Association for International Law – (2009-)
  • Serbian Association for Constitutional Law, Memberof the Executive Board (2014 -)
  • Serbian Association for Bioethics, Member, (2009 - )
  • Cambridge Working Group for Bioethics Education in Serbia, Member (2013-)
  • Center for Studies in Bioethics, Belgrade, Member (2014-)
  • ASTRA, (anti-trafficking NGO), Member of the Board of Directors, 2017-
  • Serbian Association for Legal and Social Philosophy, Member, (2016-)


  1. The Study on Case-Law of the European Court of Human Rights in Administrative Disputes.Regional School of Public Administration, ReSPA (financed by the EU). Lead Expert, (2017).
  2. Improving Competitiveness of Serbia in EU Accession Process, Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Serbia, no. 47028, (2011-). Pending.
  3. Observatory on Local Autonomy, University of Lille, France. A research study on decentralization, multi-level governance and the management of local government, (2015 – 2016).
  4. Balkans Against Trafficking Now II, EU and ASTRA. The analysis of national anti-trafficking legislative and policy frameworks in Serbia, (2016).
  5. Living Organ Donation in Europe (EULOD). European Commission, the Seventh Framework Program (FP7). Grant no. 242177. A member of the CEU CELAB Research Team, Work-Package No.3: Organ Trafficking and Tourism, (2010-2012).
  6. Global Ethics Observatory. UNESCO Database on Ethics Related Legislation and Guidelines. UNESCO. Legal Expert, (2011)
  7. Wheeling EU Enlargement. European Public Law Organization. AcademicCoordinator, (2011)
  8. Development of Public Administration and Management Studies in Serbia. TEMPUS, JP 144889-2008, (2009-2012).
  9. Promoting Human Rights of Terminally Ill Persons. EU Delegation in Serbia and NGO “Philanthropy”,(2010-2011).
  10. Comprehensive Regulatory Reform. The Government of the Republic of Serbia. Member of the Committee for Educational Reform, (2009).
  11. Euro-American Project - International Sessions Commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human. Helsinki-España and Institute for International Education, Valencia and New York, (2008-2009).
  12. Developing Models of Implementation of UNESCO Bioethical Instruments. CEU CELAB and UNESCO. Grant no. 375423 08 HUN, (2008).
  13. Advance Directives: Towards a Coordinated European Perspective. Institute of Biomedical Ethics, University of Zurich and the European Science Foundation, (2008).
  14. Network for Combating Human Trafficking in Central and Southern Europe. The European Public Law, EU Phare/Cards and the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs, (2006-2007).
  15. Comparative and Interdisciplinary Approaches on Reproductive Cloning and Stem Cell Research. Central European University, Center for Law and Ethics in Biomedicine, (2005-2007).
  16. Compatibility of Yugoslav Law with the European Convention on Human Rights. Member of the Working Team. Council of Europe, (2001-2002.).


  • Visiting Lectures: Serbian Academy of Science and Art, SANU (2017);University of Lisbon (2016);University of Zurich (2014);Central European University, Budapest (2011);Inter-University Center Dubrovnik (2013, 2014, 2015, 2017), Croatia;University of Rijeka School of Law, Croatia (2007, 2010, 2012);University of Belgrade School of Law (2016, 2015);University of Nis Law School, Serbia (2014); Belgrade Center of Human Rights (2009, 2017).
  • Constitutional Law Expert Witness in International Arbitration:Medusa (Montenegro) Limited (the UK) v. the State of Montenegro
  • The President of the European Public Law Organization Thesis Prize Committee of 2017.
  • Amicus Curiae before the Serbian Constitutional Court- the case concerning constitutionality of the Statute of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, 2012.
  • Editorial Board Member of Central and Eastern European Legal Studies, a special series of European Review of Public Law; Editorial Board Member of Union University Law School Review (Pravni zapisi).
  • A member of the Scientific Committee for the 3rd ELPAT Congress: Organ Transplantation: Ethical, Legal and Philosophical Aspects, Rotterdam, April 20-24, 2013.
  • A member of the Organizational Committee of the Conference: 6th Bioethics Forum of the South-Eastern European Countries: Bioethics, Medicine and Politics. Belgrade, November 5-6, 2010.
  • A Peer-Reviewer for The Annals of the Faculty of Law Belgrade/Belgrade Law Review;Legal Records (Pravni zapisi);University of Rijeka School of Law Review;JAHR, (Annual of the University of Rijeka, Medical School), Temidaand Engrami.


Books (In English)

  1. Public Law in Serbia: Twenty Years After, ed. (London, UK: European Public Law Organization & Esperia Publications Ltd, 2012).
  2. Euthanasia: Legal Principles and Policy Choices (Florence, Italy: European Press Academic Publishing, 2006).
  3. Rethinking Socio-Economic Rights in an Insecure World, co-editor with N. Udombana (Budapest, Hungary: CEU Center for Human Rights, 2006).

(In Serbian)

  1. Komentar Evropske konvecije za zaštitu ljudskih prava i osnovnih sloboda [Commentary on European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms], with D. Popović et. al. (Belgrade-Službeni glasnik, 2017).
  2. Monitoring i evaluacija zakonodavstva i politika suzbijanja trgovine ljudima i njihova implementacija u Republici Srbiji u 2014. i 201 godini [Monitoring and Evaluation of Anti-Trafficking Laws and Policies and their Implementation in the Republic of Serbia in 2014 and 2015], with I. Radović (Belgrade: ASTRA, 2016). Published also in English.
  3. Militantna demokratija - nekada i sada[Militant Democracy - Then and Now],ed. (Belgrade: Službeni glasnik & PFUUB, 2013).
  4. Međunarodno i transnacionalno krivično pravo [International and Transnational Criminal Law]co-author with V. Đ. Degan and B. Pavisic, (Belgrade: Službeni glasnik & PFUUB, 2011).
  5. Kompatibilnost jugoslovenskog prava sa odredbama Evropske konvencije o ljudskim pravima [Compatibility of Yugoslav Law with the European Convention on Human Rights] (Belgrade: Council of Europe Office, 2002), co-author with V. Rakic-Vodinelic, S. Gajin and O. Nikolic, pp. 32-117 and 129-179. (Published also in English as Council of Europe Report of 2002).

Contributions in WoS Indexed Journals

  1. “Governing Without Judges”: The Politics of the Constitutional Court in Serbia, (Article), International Journal of Constitutional Law (I-CON), Oxford University Press & NYU School of Law, vol. 12, no. 4, 2014, pp. 954-97
  2. EULOD:The EU-funded Project on Living Organ Donation in Europe, (Meeting Abstract), with F. Ambagtsheer et. al., Transplant International, Vol. 26, no. 2, 2013, pp. 139-140.
  3. End-Of-Life Care in XXI Century: Advance Directives in Universal Rights Discourse, (Article), Bioethics, The International Association of Bioethics, Wiley, Blackwell Publishing Ltd, Oxford, vol. 24, no. 3, 2010, pp. 105-112.

Articles & Book Chapters

(In English)

  1. Making Sense of Political Question Doctrine: The Case of Kosovo,abstract published in: Courts, Power, Public Law, Program and Book of Abstracts, International Society of Public Law (ICON.S), Copenhagen, 2017, p. 182.
  2. Immigration and Integration by Adjudication in Europe: State Sovereignty under Challenge, with T. Papić, in: Tibor Varady (ed.), Migrantsin 21st Century Europe, Belgrade, Serbian Academy of Science and Art (SANU), 2017, pp. 101-133.
  3. From Sovereignty to Post-Sovereignty and Back: Some Reflections on Immigration and Citizenship Issues in the Perspective of Refuge ‘Crisis’, with T. Papić, in:Gérard Timsit and Spyridon Flogaitis(eds.),Rights Across Borders: Citizenship and Immigration in Europe, European Review of Public Law,EPLO, Athens, 2017, pp. 123-165.
  4. Troubles with European Public Sphere: What’s European Citizenship Got to Do with It?, in: G. Raulet , C. Doria (eds.), Questioning the European Public Sphere: An Historical and Methodological Approach, Brussels, Peter Lang, 2016, pp. 57-75.
  5. Mission (Im)Possible: Defending A Right to Die,in: Kenneth Himma, Bojan Spaić (eds.), Fundamental Rights: Justification and Interpretation, The Hague, Eleven Publishing International, 2016, pp. 149-177.
  6. New Challenges of Democracy in Serbia: Global Issues in Local Perspective, with A. Trbovic, in New Challenges of Democracy, European Review of Public Law, European Public Law Series, London: EPLO& Esperia Publications, 2015, pp. 435-481.
  7. Constitutional Review in a Democratic Deficit Setting: The Case of the European Union, in: Miodrag Jovanović (ed.), Constitutional Review and Democracy, The Hague, Eleven Publishing International, 2015, pp. 83-107.
  8. The Constitution in the European Union: The State of Affairs, in:A. Dupeyrix, G. Raulet (eds.), European Constitutionalism. Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, Brussels, Peter Lang, coll. "Euroclio", 2014, pp. 15-35.
  9. Organ Trafficking, Organ Trade. Recommendations for a more Nuanced Legal Policy, with J. Sandor et al., in:The EULOD Project: Living Organ Donation in Europe: Results and Recommendations, Ambagtsheer, F., Weimar, W. (eds.) (Lengerich, Germany: Pabst Science Publishers, 2013), pp. 147-174.
  10. A Short Guide to Militant Democracy: Some Remarks on the Strasbourg Jurisprudence, in European Yearbook of Human Rights 2012, Wolfgang Benedek, Florence Benoît-Rohmer, Wolfram Karl, Manfred Nowak, (eds.) (Vienna, Austria: NW Verlag, 2012) pp. 243-258.
  11. Transitional Constitutionalism in Serbia: Is the Glass Half-Full or Half-Empty? in Public Law in Serbia: Twenty Years After, V.Beširević, ed. (London, UK: European Public Law Organization & Esperia Publications Ltd, 2012) pp. 23-55.
  12. Introduction, in Public Law in Serbia: Twenty Years After, V.Beširević, ed. (London, UK: European Public Law Organization & Esperia Publications Ltd, 2012) pp. 15-19.
  13. Bioethics in Democracy: Transforming the Clash of Absolutes into Human Rights Issues, in Bioethik – Medizin – Politik/Bioethics - Medicine -Politics, Walter Schweidler, ed. (Sankt Augustin, Germany: Academia Verlag, 2012), pp. 79-89.
  14. Serbia in a “Europe of Rights”: The Effects of the Constitutional Dialogue between the Serbian and European Judges, with. T. Marinković, (2012) 1 European Review of Public Law / Revue Europeenne de Droit Public, vol.24, pp. 401- 430.
  15. Improving the Effectiveness of the Organ Trade Prohibition in Europe, with J. Sandor et al., in Living Organ Donation in Europe: Scientific Report, (2012), author of the chapters: 1.1, 1.2, 2.5, 3.5. and 4. available at
  16. Constitutional Aspects of Serbia’s Accession into the EU, in Serbia and European Union, D. Dimitrijević, M. Antevski, eds. (Belgrade: Institute of International Politics and Economics, 2010) pp. 35-53.
  17. Is Reducing Poverty a Task of Constitutional Courts?, (2010) 1 Strani pravni život (Institute for Comparative Law, Belgrade), pp. 31-58.
  18. From Nuremberg to UNESCO: Informed Consent To Medical Treatment Or Exam, Meeting abstract,(2010) 1 JAHR, no. 1 (University of Rijeka, Medical School), p. 125.
  19. Unlocking Human Cloning: Does Constitution Help?in Perfect Copy? Law and Ethics of Reproductive Medicine, J. Sándor, ed. (Budapest: CEU Center for Ethics and Law in Biomedicine, 2009), pp. 97-116.
  20. Dancing with Judiciary: What Went Wrong with Judicial Reform in Serbia?,(2009) 2 European Review of Public Law / Revue Europeenne de Droit Public, vol.21. no. 4, pp. 1551-1576.
  21. Administration without Frontiers: Serbian Migration Law and Policy from the European Perspectives, co-author with A. Čavoški, (2009) European Review of Public Law / Revue Europeenne de Droit Public, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 461-503.
  22. The Rocky Waters of Decentralization in Serbia: The Case of Vojvodina, (2008) European Review of Public Law / Revue Europeenne de Droit Public, vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 1489-1513.
  23. The Discourses of Autonomy in International Human Rights Law: Has the Age of a Right to Die Arrived?(2008) Cuadernos Constitucionales de la Cátedra Fadrique Furió Ceriol(University of Valencia, Constitutional Law and Political Science Department), no. 62/63, pp. 19-
  24. Basic Norms of Bioethics: Informed Consent in UNESCO Bioethics Declarations, (2008),The Annals of the Faculty of Law Belgrade -Belgrade Law Review, vol. III, pp. 257-265.
  25. HERA: Network for Combating Human Trafficking in Central and Southern Europe, coauthor, G. Timsit, S. Flogaitis, (eds.) (London: Esperia Publications Ltd, 2008), European Public Law Series / Bibliotheque de Droit Public Europeen, vol. XCI, pp. 555-693.
  26. Medical Global Challenges: Should International Law Enforce Euthanasia?Abstract published in: 9th World Congress of Bioethics: The Challenge of Cross-Cultural Bioethics in the 21st Century, Book of Abstracts, (Rijeka, Croatia: International Association of Bioethics, University of Rijeka, School of Medicine, Croatian Society for Clinical Bioethics, 2008) pp. 210- 211.
  27. Country Reports on Advanced Directives: Serbia,in Advance Directives: Towards a Coordinated European Perspective? Book of Abstracts, (Zurich: Institute of Biomedical Ethics, University of Zurich, European Science Foundation, 2008) pp. 75- 78.
  28. The Chronicle of Constitutional Law and Jurisprudence: Serbia, (2007)European Review of Public Law / Revue Europeenne de Droit Public, vol. 19. no. 4, pp. 1077-1101.
  29. The Gods Must be Crazy: Does a Constitution Speak about Bioethics? (2007) 1 The Annals of the Faculty of Law Belgrade, International Edition, pp.110-132. (Published also in Serbian).
  30. Socio-Economic Rights in the Constitution for Europe: Between Symbolism and Legal Realism, in Rethinking Socio-Economic Rights in an Insecure World (Budapest, CEU Center for Human Rights /CEU Press, 2006), pp. 37-48.
  31. Towards a Common Future: Perspectives for Future Cooperation in Southeastern and Central Europe, in Europe Bound, ed. J. Jensen, (Savarija University Press, Hungary, 2003) pp. 207-220.

(In Serbian)

  1. A jedan razlog menja sve: kontrola ustavnosti Briselskog sporazuma u svetlu doktrine političkog pitanja [The Reason That Changes Everything: A Judicial Review of the Brussels Agreement Under the Political Question Doctrine], Hereticus, (2016), Vol. 14, No. 1/2, pp. 127-151.
  2. Put bez povratka? Od nacionalne države do globalnog konstitucionalizma [A Path of No Return? From the Nation State to Global Constitutionalism]: Lidija R. Basta Fleiner and Tanasije Marinković (eds.), Key Developments in Constitutionalism and Constitutional Law, Eleven International Publishing, The Hague 2014, (book review), Pravni zapisi, (2015), no.1, pp. 214-226.
  3. Institucionalizacija i “devitalizacija“ militantne demokratije u Srbiji: Slučaj zabrane udruženja, [Institutionalization and “Devitalization” of Militant Democracy in Serbia: The Banning of Associations]in Ustavi u vremenu krize: postjugoslovenska perspektiva, [Constitutions in Time of Crisis: Post-Yugoslav Perspective], M. Podunavac, B. Djordjević, eds. (Beograd: Fakultet političkih nauka, Udruženje za političke nauke Srbije 2014), pp. 151-172.
  4. Ustavno sudstvo u zemljama u tranziciji: lekcije iz uporednog prava, [Constitutional Judiciary in Transition: Lessons from Comparative Law Perspective] in Uloga i značaj ustavnog suda u očuvanju vladavine prava, [The Role and Significance of a Constitutional Court in Ensuring the Rule of Law]B. Nenadić, ed. (Beograd: Ustavni sud RS, 2013) pp. 268-289.
  5. Muke po Statutu: Da li će jezička dogmatizacja Ustava ukinuti političku autonomiju Vojvodine?[Passion According to the Statute: Will the Textual Dogmatization of the Constitution Abolish the Political Autonomy of Vojvodina?], (2013) Pravni zapisi, no.2, pp. 476-510.
  6. Ustav bez demosa: Zašto Evropska Unija (ipak) ima Ustav?[Why does the European Union already have a Constitution], (2013) Pravni zapisi (Legal Records), no. 1, pp. 27-61.
  7. Ubiti pticu rugalicu?Militantna demokratija u jurisprudenciji Evropskog suda za ljudska prava [To Kill a Mockingbird? Militant Democracy in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights], in Militant Democracy, Then and Now, ed. Violeta Besirevic (Belgrade: Službeni glasnik & PFUUB, 2013) pp. 87-122.
  8. Predgovor [Preface] in Militant Democracy, Then and Now, ed. Violeta Besirevic (Belgrade: Službeni glasnik & PFUUB, 2013) pp. 9-29.
  9. Nova podela vlasti: (tajni) život demokratskog deficita u postupku zaključivanja međunarodnih ugovora[The New Separation of Powers: The (Secret) Life of Democratic Deficit in International Treaty-Making], inParlamentarna praksaI, M. Pajvančić and A. Popović (eds.)(Belgrade: Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, 2012) pp. 81- 103.
  10. Ko se boji federalne Evrope? Kritički ostvrt na „lisabonsku“ odluku Saveznog ustavnog suda Nemačke [Who's Afraid of Federal Europe? Some Critical Remarks on the German Constitutional Court's Lisbon Decision], (2011) Pravni zapisi (Legal Records), no. 1, pp. 53-79.
  11. Ultima ratio u suzbijanju trgovine ljudima: međunarodni i nacionalni krivičnopravni standardi gonjenja i kažnjavanja [Ultima Ratioin Fight Against Trafficking in Human Beings: International and National Criminal LawStandards], (Belgrade: ASTRA, 2010), pp. 49-59.
  12. Pravo na dostojanstvenu smrt [The Right to Die with Dignity] (2008), Glasnik Advokatske komore Vojvodine, no. 12, pp. 527-541.
  13. Trgovina ljudima u Republici Srbiji, Izveštaj za period 2001 - 2007. godine [Trafficking in Persons in the Republic of Serbia, The Report for 2001-2007], co-author with M. Andjelković et al. (Beograd: ASTRA- Akcija protiv trgovine ljudima, 2008) pp. 65-89, 147-160, 234-236, 240-242, 293-295, 303-304, 309-310.
  14. UNESKO i Bioetika: Zbirka osnovnih dokumenta, Predgovor [Bioethics inUNESCO: Basic Documents, Introduction] with. J. Sandor, (Budapest: UNESCO/CEU Center for Ethics and Law in Biomedicine, 2008) pp. 1-2.
  15. Abuse: The Dark Side of Fundamental Rights, ed. Andras Sajo, book review, Anali Pravnog fakulteta u Beogradu, 2/ 2007, pp. 185-192.
  16. Bogovi su pali na teme: o ustavu i bioetci [The Gods Must be Crazy: Does a Constitution Speak about Bioethics?]Anali Pravnog fakulteta u Beogradu, 2/2006, pp. 205-229.
  17. Krivicni zakon SR Jugoslavije –izmene i pravci buduce reforme, [Yugoslav Penal Law –Amendments and the Roads to Future Reform], (1993) 9-10 Izbor sudske prakse, pp. 5-9.
  18. Odgovornost za privredne prestupe i prekrsaje prema odredbama Zakona o preduzecima (1989), [Corporate Responsibility and Responsibility for Petty Offences in the Company Law] 1296 Savremena praksa (introductory article).

(In Other Languages)

  1. Миф о судебной реформе в Сербии, [The Myth of Judicial Reform in Serbia], (in Russian), Сравнительное конституционное обозрение2016. № 5 (114), pp. 105-116.
  2. Eutanasi, retten til ærverdig død og døende pasienter i Serbia, [Euthanasia, a right to die with dignity and dying patients in Serbia], (inNorwegian), (2008) Omsorg –Nordic Journal of Palliative Medicine, no. 4, pp. 35-38.


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