Dragica Vujadinović has been working as a Full Professor since January 2006, at the Faculty of Law of the University of Belgrade, teaching Political and Legal Theories and Gender Studies at undergraduate studies, and Introduction into the EU Political System, at Master in European Integration. She had also been the Head of Master in European Integration at the Faculty of Law from the academic year 2007/8 until the academic year 2010/11, and from 2012/13 until currently.
Dragica Vujadinovic published the following books:
Budimpeštanska škola - Teorija radikalnih potreba (The Budapest School – Theory of Radical Needs), Nikšić 1988,
The textbook Političke i pravne teorije (Political and Legal Theories), Beograd 1996,
Politička filozofija Ronalda Dvorkina (The Political Philosophy of Ronald Dworkin), Beograd 2007,
Civilno društvo i političke institucije (Civil Society and Political Institutions), Beograd 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), koautor sa M. Jovanovićem: M. Jovanović and D. Vujadinović (eds.),
Identiy, Political and Human Rights Culture as Prerequisities of Constitutional Democracy, Eleven International Publishing, Hague, Netherlands, 2013
She was the main editor and the writer of the introductory texts for the books:
D. Vujadinović, V. Goati, L. Veljak, Between Authoritarianism and Democracy: Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia – Institutional Framework, Vol. I (in Serbian – 2002, in English – 2003),
Between Authoritarianism and Democracy: Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia – Civil Society and Political Culture, Vol. II (in Serbian – 2004, in English – 2005),
Between Authoritarianism and Democracy – Serbia at the Political Crossroads, Vol. III (in Serbian – 2007, in English – 2009).
Dr. Bojana Čučković was born in Belgrade on May 17, 1979. She completed her bachelor and postgraduate studies at University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. She successfully completed postgraduate master program at Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. She is a member of the Department for International Law and International Relations at University of Belgrade Faculty of Law since 2004. Her current academic title is Assistant Professor for Public International Law. She teaches Public International Law at undergraduate, master and doctoral studies. At the level of master studies she lectures two courses: Public International Law and Environmental Responsibility from the Perspective of Primary International Environmental Rules. She also teches two courses at Ph.D. level – Public International Law and International Environmental Law. Within master studies in English language - Master in European Integration – she teaches a number of courses: EU Environmental Policy and Law – Human Rights Aspect, International Relations of the European Union and Immigration and Asylum Policy of the EU. She is also involved in clinical education at the Faculty of Law.
She lectures at the Legal clinic for asylum and refugee law, Legal clinic for trafficking in human beings and Legal clinic for environmental law. She is a lecturer at the Diplomatic Academy within Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia. She participates in scientific project “Identity Transformation of Serbia”, supported by the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law. She participated in the scientific project “Development of the Legal System of Serbia and its Harmonization with European Union Law”, also supported by the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law (2005-2014). Since 2011 she is involved in the scientific project “Perspectives of Implementation of European Standards in the Serbian Legal System, financed by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Serbia.
She was also involved in the project “Influence of the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights on the Case-Law of Serbian Courts”, supported by Center for Applied European Studies. As regards international projects, she participates in “SEE/EU Cluster of Excellence in European and International Law”, project held by Europa Institut, Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany (2015-2018). She is a member of the Council of the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, and a member of the Scientific Board of the Institute for Legal and Social Studies. She is fluent in English (Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English – grade A) and French. She also possesses reading skills in Italian language.
Ljubinka Kovačević graduated at the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade in 2001. She defended with honors her LL.M. thesis titled „Regulating Social Security in International Law“ (2007), and her PhD thesis on „Legal Subordination in the Employment Relationship and Its Limitations“ (2011), at the same faculty.
After graduation she worked as a researcher at the Institute of Comparative Law in Belgrade for three years. In 2005, she started working as assistant-lecturer for Labour law at the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade. She became assistant professor in 2012. Currently, she is teaching the following courses at the undergraduate, master and doctoral level: Labour law; International labour law; Social security law; Labour and social law in the EU – Human rights aspects; Sources of Labour law; Legal nature of economic and social rights.
She is the author of two monographs and many papers on Serbian, international, European and comparative labour law and social security law. In many of them she examined human rights as a basis for reevaluating the labour and social security legislation. This is due to the fact that human rights issues, in the world of work, are not limited to the enjoyment of social rights, but equally to the enjoyment of civil rights and liberties in the workplace. Therefore, one of the focal issues of her research becomes how to create the conditions to effectively exercise the freedom of expression, the right to a private life as well as other rights in the workplace.
Some of the most important projects on which she has participated include the membership of the expert teams of the Serbian Ministry of Labour and Social Policy for the reform of legislation on social entrepreneurship, and protection of war disabled. Currently, she participates in international research project “Restructuring of Companies and the EU Law“. She is member of the editorial board of the scientific law journal Pravo i privreda, and correspondent for network “Actualités juridiques internationales” of the Revue de droit comparé du travail et de la sécurité sociale (Bordeaux). She is a member of the Administrative Board of Serbian Association for Labour Law and Social Insurance.