European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI)

 

   
 

Ms Vesna RAKIC-VODINELIC 

 

 
 

Education:

Graduated from Belgrade University Faculty of Law, 1973.

Bar Exam, 1974.

LL.M. in Civil Procedure, Belgrade University Faculty of Law 1978.

PhD Belgrade University, 1981.

Employment:

 1973 -1975        Judicial Trainee in Belgrade District Court

1975 - 1998       Assistant Professor and Professor at the Belgrade University Faculty of Law

1998 – 1999      Legal Advisor at the Alternative Academic Educational Network

1999 - 2001       Head of Expert Group for Judicial Reform in Montenegro and Legal Advisor of the Montenegrin Minister of Justice

2001- 2006        Director of the Institute of Comparative Law, Belgrade

2002                 Professor at the University “Union” School of Law, Belgrade

Topics:

Civil Procedure

Organization of Justice

Environmental Law

Human Rights Law
 

Professional organisations:

Member of the International Academy for Comparative Law in Paris

Member of the World Association for Procedural Law

Publications:

 More than 150 in Serbia and abroad, among them:

- Judicial Organization. Belgrade 1994.

- Dissolution of Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia - Legal Consequences, Belgrade, 1995 Ed. and one of authors

- Judicial Review, Novi Sad, 1995.

- The Rules of Procedure and Evidencies of the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia. Belgrade. 1996.

- Judicial Protection of Human Rights, Belgrade, 1995, p. 113-143

- Electoral Fraud in Serbia - Legal Aspects Belgrade, 1997, (one of authors)

• Civil Procedure of EU Belgrade, 1998, (one of authors)

• Civil Procedure, Text Book Belgrade 1999 and 2003 (one of authors)

- Compatibility of Yugoslav Law with European Convention on Protection of Human Rights and. Fundamental Freedoms, Belgrade – Strasbourg, 2002, Ed. and one of authors

- Judicial Councils Belgrade, 2003, Ed., and one of authors

- An Unsuccessful Attempt of Lustration in Serbia, Zagreb 2007

- Denying War Crimes and Holocaust in Serbia, Belgrade, 2008