Due to the current epidemiological situation, the delivery of the Enforcement Law Short Study Programme planned for the spring semester (March-June 2022) will be postponed.
The information about its delivery in the fall semester will be duly shared.
In its Decision No. 612-00-00071/12/2021-06 from 16 April 2021, the National University-Level Education Council of the Republic of Serbia has adopted the official UUSL request to register and file its Enforcement Law Short Study Programme. UUSL is honored to inform all interested colleagues, women and men alike, that the Enforcement Law Short Study Programme will start on 5 March 2022 as a single-semester professional training course.
The sessions will be delivered in a combined way and in compliance with the epidemiological protective measures. There will be lectures in the UUSL Building (36, Bulevar maršala Tolbuhina St. in Novi Beograd) and online Zoom session.
The Aim of the Short Study Programme
The aim of the Short Study Programme is to introduce trainees with the proscribed rules of the public enforcement proceedings in order to build their capacities for a legally correct, efficient and effective exercise of the compulsory enforcement proceedings. Complementing necessary knowledge by attending this course, the trainees will acquire additional experience necessary for dealing with specific cases during the implementation of compulsory enforcement proceedings.
The Short Study Programme Outcome
Completing the Enforcement Law Short Study Programme, trainees will acquire necessary knowledge and skills sufficing for understanding the basic enforcement law principles and apply legal provisions regulating the public enforcement procedure independently and professionally. Analysis of select public enforcement cases will provide an insight into the public enforcement officers’ procedural authority pertaining to decision-making and exercise of enforcement in order to equip them to engage in the enforcement procedure independently and competently. The practical part of the training will be organized in a court, a solo practicing public executor’s office and, if needed, in a notary public’s office.
Eligible trainee candidates are university-degree lawyers (min. BA/LLB). The one-semester Enforcement Law Short Study Programme will enroll max. 30 (thirty) trainees per training.
Trainees completing the Short Study Programme will obtain 30 ECTS which will be recognized as a part of their master academic studies credit (MA/LLM – 60 ECTS) within the Judicial Organizational Law study module implemented starting from October 2021. In other words, trainees completing the Enforcement Law Short Study Programme will automatically get 30 ECTS at their enrollment into their MA level studies (amounting to a total of 60 ECTS) and having three elective subjects: Judicial Organizational Law, the Public Enforcement Legal Field and Notary Public Legal Field.
Prospective trainee candidates may apply to the following e-mail: email@example.com by 1 March 2022.