Marko Božić, Vice Dean for Academic Affairs and Undergraduate Studies

Marko Božić is an Associate Professor at Union University  Law School Belgrade, where he teaches the Theory of Law. He is also a Research Associate at Eur’ORBEM Research Center of Sorbonne University, Paris, and the Center for Law and Pluralism of the University Milano-Bicocca. He holds a B.A. and L.L.M. from Novi Sad University School of Law and a Ph.D. from the University of Belgrade School of Law, after defending a doctoral dissertation on the French Laical Model of State. Professor Božić also holds M.A. in Theory and Analysis of Law and a Ph.D. in Public Law from Paris Nanterre University. He earned both degrees as a French Government Fellow. During his academic career, he was a co-director of a research project at Sorbonne University and visiting scholar at several research centers of the French national CNRS institute and École pratique des hautes études, Paris. Currently, he coordinates the joint Ph.D. program of the University Milano-Bicocca Law School and Union University Law School Belgrade. Professor Božić regularly publishes in the fields of general Theory of Law, History of Ideas, and Legal Theory and Practice of Secularism.


Jelena Arsić, Vice Dean for Scientific Affairs and Graduate Studies

Jelena Arsić is an Associate Professor at the Union University School of Law in Belgrade, also teaching at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Political Sciences. She is a member of the editorial board of the scientific journal Pravni zapisi. She graduated from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, received her LL.M. in Family Mediation from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law (USA) and her doctorate in Family Law from the Union University Law School in Belgrade. Professor Arsić was a Visiting Scholar at the University of Pittsburgh, Freie Universität Berlin and the National University of Ireland in Galway. She is a certified mediator and trainer in mediation, facilitation and negotiation. She worked as a Staff Attorney with the American Bar Association/Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative (ABA/CEELI). She participated in a number of international, regional and domestic projects and studies in the field of mediation and child rights. Currently, professor Arsić serves as MC member and the national coordinator for Serbia within the European scientific project on the topic of family support (EurofamNet, COST Action 18123). She is a member of the Serbian National Association of Mediators and a board member of the Center for Youth Integration. She is the author of several books, scientific papers, assessment reports and educational movies in the field of alternative dispute resolution, family law and child protection.


Tatjana Papić, Vice Dean for International Cooperation

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Tatjana Papić (LL.B. Belgrade, LL.M. Connecticut, PhD Union Belgrade) is a professor of International Law at the Union University Belgrade Faculty of Law and a visiting research fellow at the University of Reading School of Law (UK) and the Center for Law and Pluralism of the University Milano-Bicocca (Italy). She was a Visiting Professor at the University of Münster Faculty of Law (2021/2022) and at the Washington and Lee University School of Law (2013/2014). Also, she was a Senior Grotius Research Scholar at the University of Michigan Law School (2019/2020). She received Ron Brown Fellowship and OSI’s Civil Society Scholar Award.

Tatjana has published on questions of law of international responsibility, human rights, the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights, interactions between international law and domestic politics and domestic reception of international law, in journals such as American Journal of International Law, International and Comparative Law Quarterly, Cornell International Law Journal, Hague Journal on the Rule of Law, Chinese Journal of International Law. She is a member of the European Society of International Law, the International Society of Public Law (ICON Society) and the European Group for Public Law.