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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 107 P Course Name: Constitutional Law Professor: PhD Miladin Kostic, a full time professor, associate Jelena Jemuovic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 10 Condition: Enrolled second semester Course AimThe Course aim is developing of scientific knowledge, academic skills and practical skills in interpreting and implementation of law regulations in the area of Constitutional Law, developing of creative skills and methods, procedures and processes of research of Constitutional principles and institutes, possession of specific law skills in the protection system and development of Constitutional democracy, pursuant to the modern approaches of Constitutional Law development, as a scientific discipline. Course OutcomeUnderstanding of a genesis, structure and nature of the Constitution, with other relevant Constitutional laws; Adoption of the basic elements of the law logics of the European continental law, to be developed by studying positive-legal courses; Development of abilities for a systematic approach to legal issues; and also to offer the analyse and synthesis, and also the possibilities to determine and connect significant and relevant assumptions in the area of a legal and political system that secure functioning of the Constitutional and legal state. Course ContentConstitutional Law as a legal branch, subject and content of the Constitutional Law, the relation of the Constitutional Law and other law branches-standards and specific sources; The term and characteristics of the Constitution; The term and development of the Constitution; Constitutional Law of the European Union (origin and development of EU, institutional structure, legal nature of the Union, division of authorities among state members of the Union, Constitution for the European Union); Man Rights (Constitutions and man rights, theory of the basic rights, legal effect of the basic rights, division and systematics); Forms of state power (unilateral and federal state, relations and division of authorities within a federation, participation of federal units in a federal power); Direct democracy and representative system (institutions of direct democracy, the term and essence of a representative system, the nature of an election right, a character of a representative mandate); Elections and election systems (the principles of an election system, election procedure and technique of election, division of mandates and election methods); Political parties (the term, Constitutional status and legal nature, the types of political parties and party systems, the critique of political parties); The forms of state power (Constitutional principle of power division, Parliament Government system, President Government system, mixed system, the principle of power unity); Legislation power (origin and functioning of a Parliament, the rights and duties of MPs, guarantees of independence of MPs mandates, legislation procedures); Executive power (the State chief: choice, position, authorities, responsibility, Government: choice and consistence, authorities and acts, responsibility); Management and Courts (state and public administration, organisation of a state administration, courts and court systems, the term and characteristics of a court function, court systems, Ombudsman); The principle of Constitution and legislature, the reign of rights and legal state); Constitutional courts (systems of control of Constitution, Constitutional courts: authorities, position and consistence, a procedure and effect of the Constitutional court decisions); Local Government and autonomy (the term and characteristcsof a Local Government, direct and representative Local Government, the term, characteristics and functions of a territory autonomy). Literature: Ratko Markovic, Ustavno pravo i politicke institucije, Beograd, 2008. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures: 4 Exercises: 2 Other Teaching Forms: 0 Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 1 Teaching Methods - Lectures by using audio-video technology, discussions, analyse of business cases, group and individual student activities, seminars, seminar papers. Knowledge Assessment ( Maximal Number of Points 100) Pre-Exam Obligations Points Final Exam Points Lectures activity 0-05 Written exam ------ Exercises activity 0- 15 Oral exam 0-50 Tests 0-15 .......... Seminar papers with presentations 0-15 Knowledge assessment can be differently stated in the Tables, certain options (written exams, oral exams, project presentations, seminar papers, etc. * Maximal page length 1, format A4
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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 107 P Course Name: Constitutional Law Professor: PhD Miladin Kostic, a full time professor, associate Jelena Jemuovic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 10 Condition: Enrolled second semester Course Aim– The Course aim is developing of scientific knowledge, academic skills and practical skills in interpreting and implementation of law regulations in the area of Constitutional Law, developing of creative skills and methods, procedures and processes of research of Constitutional principles and institutes, possession of specific law skills in the protection system and development of Constitutional democracy, pursuant to the modern approaches of Constitutional Law development, as a scientific discipline. Course Outcome– Understanding of a genesis, structure and nature of the Constitution, with other relevant Constitutional laws; Adoption of the basic elements of the law logics of the European continental law, to be developed by studying positive-legal courses; Development of abilities for a systematic approach to legal issues; and also to offer the analyse and synthesis, and also the possibilities to determine and connect significant and relevant assumptions in the area of a legal and political system that secure functioning of the Constitutional and legal state. Course Content– Constitutional Law as a legal branch, subject and content of the Constitutional Law, the relation of the Constitutional Law and other law branches-standards and specific sources; The term and characteristics of the Constitution; The term and development of the Constitution; Constitutional Law of the European Union (origin and development of EU, institutional structure, legal nature of the Union, division of authorities among state members of the Union, Constitution for the European Union); Man Rights (Constitutions and man rights, theory of the basic rights, legal effect of the basic rights, division and systematics); Forms of state power (unilateral and federal state, relations and division of authorities within a federation, participation of federal units in a federal power); Direct democracy and representative system (institutions of direct democracy, the term and essence of a representative system, the nature of an election right, a character of a representative mandate); Elections and election systems (the principles of an election system, election procedure and technique of election, division of mandates and election methods); Political parties (the term, Constitutional status and legal nature, the types of political parties and party systems, the critique of political parties); The forms of state power (Constitutional principle of power division, Parliament Government system, President Government system, mixed system, the principle of power unity); Legislat ion power (or igin an d fu nct ion in g of a P ar liamen t , the r igh ts and du ties of MPs, gu aran tees of independence of MP s man dates, legislat ion pr ocedures) ; E xecu t ive power ( the Stat e ch ief : ch oice, posit ion , au thor it ies , respon sibi l it y, G ove rn men t: choice and consistence, au thor it ies and act s, re spons ib il i ty) ; Managemen t an d Cou rts (s tate an d pub lic adm in ist rat ion , or gan isat ion of a s tate admin ist rat ion , cou rts and court syst em s, the te rm an d ch aracter is t ics o f a cou rt fun ct ion , cou rt sys tems, Ombu dsman ); The pr incip le o f Const itu t ion and leg is latu re, the reign of r igh ts and legal st at e) ; Const itu t ion al cou rts ( syst ems of con tro l o f Con st itu t ion , Const itu t ion al cou rts : au th orit ies, pos it ion and cons is tence, a procedu re and e ff ec t of th e Const itu t ion al cou rt dec isions) ; Local Governmen t and au tonomy ( the te rm an d ch aracter is tcso f a Local Governmen t , direct and repre sen tat ive Loca l Governmen t , the term, ch aracter is t ics and fun ct ions of a terr i tory au ton omy). Literature: Ratko Markovic, Ustavno pravo i politicke institucije, Beograd, 2008. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

4 Exercises:

2 Other Teaching Forms: 0

Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 1

Teaching Methods - Lectures by using audio-video technology, discussions, analyse of business cases, group and individual student activities, seminars, seminar papers.

Knowledge Assessment ( Maximal Number of Points 100) Pre-Exam Obligations Points Final Exam Points

Lectures activity 0-05 Written exam ------ Exercises activity 0-15 Oral exam 0-50 Tests 0-15 .......... Seminar papers with presentations 0-15 Knowledge assessment can be differently stated in the Tables, certain options (written exams, oral exams, project presentations, seminar papers, etc. * Maximal page length 1, format A4

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Theoretical- methodology, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 108 P Course Name: Basics of IT Professor: PhD Veljko Stankovic, docent; associate Dzenan Avdic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 6 Condition: Enrolled second semester Course Aim– Students should adopt the basic knowledge from the IT area and to be able to use programmes for text processing, mutual calculations and presentations, usage of the basics of the Internet service and to combine application of different programmes. Course Outcome– A student is ready to apply adopted knowledge and to have further upgrading from IT area. Course Content– Theoretical teaching: Introduction: Number systems, conversion of numbers into different number systems, presentation of real numbers in a computer, redundancy; Bull Algebra, Computer Hardware, data exchange in Windows, maintenance, networking, Internet Explorer, Web mail, using of Help, useful programmes. Starting of MS Word and introduction with its menu, document work, text work, formatting of entered text, comparison of documents, table work, inserting of symbols, writing of footnotes, writing of formulas; Entering and data organisation in Excel as a data base; The basic functions for data analyse, Starting of MS Power Point and work with slides; Designing of a textual part of a presentation; Designing of a graphical part of a presentation; Transfers, hyperlinks, animation and sound effects; Internet as a global network, protocols, addresses, searching, using of Internet Explorer and Outlook, forming a connection, e-mail; Recording of audio and video signal, processing and usage; Formats and compression of audio and video signal. Practical teaching: Introduction with practical characteristics of input, output and central units of a computer, Realisation of computer configuration choice, physical configuration assembling; The basics of hardware and repairs; Installation of MS WinXP and MS Office; MS WinXP architecture; Work with users programmes, management of output units, using of a memory space; Antivirus programmes (installation and usage), data protection; Practical designing of MSWord document, using of Equation editor, table work and images; Practical designing of MS Excel data base, functions, data presentation, work in sheets; Making of MS Power Point presentation, hyperlinks, visual and sound effects; Forming of connection, forming and using of e-mail, addresses, usage of a search engine, using of the Internet Explorer and Outlook. Literature: 1. Michael Miller, “Osnove racunara”, CET, 2011. 2. Prof. dr Stevan Lilic, dr Dragan Prlja “ Pravna vestina-internet za pravnike”, Mikro knjiga, 2008. 3. John Vocenbach, Herb Tyson, Faith Vempan, Carry Prag, Michael Groh, Peter Atkins, Lisa Bucky „Microsoft Office 2007, Biblija, Mikro knjiga, 2015. 4. Tom Bunsel, „Microsoft Office 2010, kao od sale”, CET, 2010. 5. Prof.dr Zarko Barbaric, Irfan Fetahovic, Emir Pecanin, “Osnovi informatike, prirucnik za vezbe”, Drzavni univerzitet u Novom Pazaru, 2011. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

2 Exercises:

2 Other Teaching Forms: 0

Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 0

Teaching Methods - Lectures by using audio-video technology, discussions, analyse of business cases, group and individual student activities, seminars, exercises, homework.

Knowledge Assessment ( Maximal Number of Points 100) Pre-Exam Obligations Points Final Exam Points

Lectures activity 10 Written exam 15 Exercises activity 20 Oral exam 15 Tests 30 .......... Seminar papers with presentations 10 Knowledge assessment can be differently stated in the Tables, certain options (written exams, oral exams, project presentations, seminar papers, etc. * Maximal page length 1, format A4

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Theoretical- methodology, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 104 P Course Name: Introduction into Law Professor: PhD Senad Ganic, docent; associate Jelena Djulcic-Jemuovic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 9 Condition: Enrolled second semester Course Aim: Adopting of general and basic knowledge on the law and state; training on the introductory terms and legislation, and on general and special methods, procedures and processes of research in theory-legal principles and institutions; adoption of the basic knowledge on legislation and law implementation, and also having skills on the law and interpretation of the law norms. Course Outcome: Training of students to understand: origin, structure and essence of a state and rights, and also learning on the basic terms and their elementary structures; gaining of skills for argumentative discussions on legal-theory issues; adoption of the basic knowledge on rights implementation in real social relations, and within it, training of a skill to interpret legal norms; adopt the basic knowledge on theoretical understanding of a state and rights in their historical retro perspective. Course Content: The term Introduction into Law, methods of Introduction into Law; The term of a state and learning on its origin; Elements of a state (territory, population and state power); Sovereignty; State function and its changes; State organisation and state forms; State bodies and a state official; Types of state bodies; Forms of states (monarchy, republic); Forms of state power (power division, unity of power); Legal state and reign of rights; State and state of emergency; The relation of a state and church (historical and modern arrangements of a relation between a state and church); The relation of state and rights; Interpretation of rights; The term of rights on antique epoch; middle age understanding of jus-naturalism, historical and legal schools, legal positivism, social theories of rights, integral theory of rights, cultural concept of rights, American legal realism, the term of norms, the term of social norm, types of social norms, the term of legal norm, the structure of legal norm, social function of legal norms, the relation between social and legal norms, classification of legal norms; The term of a legal act, form and content of a legal act, hierarchy of legal acts, types of legal acts, material sources of rights (general legal act, hierarchy of general legal acts), individual legal acts, validity of legal acts, a law, legal obligation, the term and elements of a legal relation, legal entity, legal object, subjective law, dynamics of legal relations (the term of a legal fact, types of legal facts); the term creation of rights and methods for their creation; the term and a process of rights implementation , interpretation of a legal norm (the term, subject and interpretation), interpretation means (language, logical, systematic interpretation, historical interpretation, aim interpretation), methods of legal norm interpretation (subjective and objective, statistical and evolutionary interpretation related to the freedom of interpretation); The of principles of Constitution and legislation, types of legislation, and means for securing legislation, The term of a system, the term of a legal act, legal system as a sub-system of a social system, legal systems, the meaning legal systems today, dynamics of a legal system, legal values (peace, order, freedom, security, truth, justice, other legal values). Literature: Gordana Vukadinovic, Dragutin Avramovic, Uvod u pravo, Pravni fakultet u Novom Sadu, 2014. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

4 Exercises:

2 Other Teaching Forms:

Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 1

Teaching Methods: Lectures by using audio-video technology, discussions, analyse of business cases, group and individual student activities, seminars, seminar papers.

Knowledge Assessment ( Maximal Number of Points 100) Pre-Exam Obligations Points Final Exam Points

Lectures activity 0-05 Written exam ------ Exercises activity 0-15 Oral exam 0-50 Tests 0-15 .......... Seminar papers with presentations 0-15 Knowledge assessment can be differently stated in the Tables, certain options (written exams, oral exams, project presentations, seminar papers, etc. * Maximal page length 1, format A4

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Academic-general education, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 105 P Course Name: English Language Professor: MA Sabina Zejnelagic, lector Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 7 Condition: Enrolled second semester Course Aim: The Course has for its aim for students to possess knowledge of English that allows them not only the basic understanding of a text, but also its translation, grammar knowledge and communication in this language. The special task of the Course is training of students to make a balance in the basic knowledge of this language, where the knowledge level is different after finishing their high school education. The aim of teaching is introduction of students with the basic terms of this language, in the areas familiar to them and applicable in everyday life. Special attention has been devoted to grammar studying of the English language, and the analyse and comparison with the Serbian language. In this way, students accomplish clear pre-knowledge to assist them in their further studying of this language, and adequate knowledge from the area of legal profession. Course Outcome: After a successful finishing of the Course, students should: - know and recognise the basic grammar constructions, - be able to understand texts and translate them independently, - be able to communicate in an appropriate level of this language, - understand a speaker and actively participate in communication, - be able to write essays on a given topic and their own everyday experiences to present in the way prescribed by the

curricula. Course Content: On the language, introduction, the basic data and forms, different everyday topics (house, family, food, free time, favourite professions), basic grammar tenses in the English language, elementary sentence constructions, knowledge of the law English, adequate vocabulary of a legal profession, more complex sentence constructions and communication in professional law manner, the language of profession and adequate adoption of constructions in the function of their profession. Literature: Professional English in Use: Law, Gillian Brown, Sally Rice, Cambridge University Press, 2007. -Face to Face, Cambridge University Press -Look Ahead, Oxford Longman -An Outline of English Grammar, Rudolf Filipović Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures: 3 Exercises: 2 Other Teaching

Forms: 0 Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 0

Teaching Methods - Lectures by using audio-video technology, discussions, analyse of business cases, group and individual student activities, seminars, exercises, homework.

Knowledge Assessment (Maximal Number of Points 100) Pre-Exam Obligations Points Final Exam Points

Lectures activity 0-05 Written exam 0-20 Exercises activity 0-05 Oral exam 0-30 Tests 0-30 .......... Seminar papers with presentations 0-10 Knowledge assessment can be differently stated in the Tables, certain options (written exams, oral exams, project presentations, seminar papers, etc. * Maximal page length 1, format A4

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Academic- general education, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 102 P Course Name: Sociology Professor: PhD Milos Petrovic, docent; associate Andrijana Maksimovic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 6 Condition: Enrolled first semester Course Aim– To show in a methodologically appropriate way functioning of a society, the characteristics of wider and narrow social groups and individuals, but also to emphasise onto legislation in expressing social appearances and phenomena, to allow students to possess knowledge on the ways of functioning of a society from general towards individual aspects through a social structure, aspects of causality, social sub-systems and institutions of affirming these values, norms and postulates pursuant to the modern processes and orientations. Course Outcome– Adopted knowledge by students in understanding the character of social relations and factors in their changing. Through knowing norms, values and postulates, students can implement democratic and critical thinking, but also scientific-methodology principles in their further education in law profession. Course Content: Sociology between science and imagination, Society between consensus and conflict, Founders of Sociology: Sen-Simon and Ogist Cont, Conflicts of tradition in Sociology, Dirkem tradition in Sociology, Functionalism in Sociology, Talcott Parsons and Robert Merton, Micro-interactive tradition in Sociology, Key social dichotomies: structure/action, fact/values and continuity/change, Methodology and social method, Social institutions, organisation and administration, Social roles and social positions, Power, authority and social stratification, Social policy, Social inequality and social stratification, Natural inequalities and social stratification, Theories of social stratification, Social movability, Channels of social movability Theoretical conceptions of poverty: theory of absolute poverty, theory of relevant poverty, theory of subjective poverty, theory on vicious circle of poverty, theory of situational force, theory of culture poverty, Culture and society, Globalisation and social changes, Globalisation, secularisation and de-secularisation, Social movements, Pluralism of social identities, Modern technologies and social-historical changes, Transition towards post-industrial society, The crises of industrial etatism and classical industrial society, Social classes and social layers in post-industrial society, Fordism and post-Fordism, Transformation of business in globalisation conditions, Contradictions of new technology developments, Education and new technologies, Theoretical perspectives of education: liberal theory perspective, conflict theory perspective and theory of conception of new right block in education, Education, technology and power, Education and cultural capital, global economy, Globalisation and international labour division. Literature: Marinkovic Dusan, Uvod u sociologiju: osnovni pristupi i teme,Novi Sad, 2008. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

3 Exercises:

1 Other Teaching Forms: 0

Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 0

Teaching Methods - Lectures by using audio-video technology, discussions, analyse of business cases, group and individual student activities, seminars, seminar papers.

Knowledge Assessment ( Maximal Number of Points 100) Pre-Exam Obligations Points Final Exam Points

Lectures activity 0-05 Written exam ------ Exercises activity 0-15 Oral exam 0-50 Tests 0-15 .......... Seminar papers with presentations 0-15 Knowledge assessment can be differently stated in the Tables, certain options (written exams, oral exams, project presentations, seminar papers, etc. * Maximal page length 1, format A4

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Theoretical-methodology, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 111 P Course Name: Roman Law Professor: PhD Samir Alicic, docent; associate Jelena Jemuovic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 7 Condition: Enrolled first semester Course Aim: The aim of this Course is studying of the law of the ancient Rome that represents the base of modern-continental rights, including law in Serbia. It is studied from two aspects. By historical method, it is studied development of the Roman law, from its beginning at the time of XII tables until Justine’s codification, and its later reception in middle age and modern laws. By normative method, it is studied the institutes of the Roman law, i.e. chosen terms, solutions and concepts of the Roman public and private law, mostly the ones that had the great influence onto the modern law. Course Outcome– This Course allows students to be trained to know legal, i.e. normative method. Also, students accomplish knowledge on legal terms and the basic institutes in different law branches, being prepared to study positive law in this way. Course Content: а) History of the Roman law: The term and the significance of the Roman law. Development of the Roman law in archaic, classical and post-classical period. Reception of the Roman law in middle age and modern laws. b) Institutes of the Roman law: Chosen institutes of the public law (Constitution and Criminal). The law related to persons (Status and Family). The law related to things (Estate, Hereditary, Obligatory). The law related to suits (Civil and Court procedure). Literature: а) osnovna: Obrad Stanojevic: Rimsko pravo, Dosije, Beograd, 2010. b) dopunska: Antun Malenica Natasa Deretic: Rimsko pravo, Pravni fakultet Novi Sad-Centar za izdavacku delatnost, Novi Sad, 2011; Zika Bujuklic: Forum romanum, Dosije, Beograd, 2005. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

3 Exercises:

1 Other Teaching Forms: 0

Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 0

Teaching Methods: Lectures by using audio-video technology, discussions, analyse of business cases, group and individual student activities, seminars, seminar papers.

Knowledge Assessment ( Maximal Number of Points 100) Pre-Exam Obligations Points Final Exam Points

Lectures activity 0-05 Written exam ------ Exercises activity 0-15 Oral exam 0-50 Tests 0-15 .......... Seminar papers with presentations 0-15 Knowledge assessment can be differently stated in the Tables, certain options (written exams, oral exams, project presentations, seminar papers, etc. * Maximal page length 1, format A4

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Theoretical- methodology, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 110 P Course Name: History of Law Professor: PhD Samir Alicic, docent; associate Jelena Jemuovic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 8 Condition: Enrolled first semester Course Aim –The Course History of Law is devoted to studying of development of approaches in a time and historical dimension. Students are introduced with the national history of law of Serbia, and with a general law history, i.e. development of the most significant legal systems. They study organisation of a state power through history, development, sources and characteristics of individual law systems, similarities and differences among them, and also historical circumstances appeared in the ones.

Course Outcome– This Course allows students to introduce the legal-historical method and realise law as a social phenomenon that changes and develops pursuant to social, political and other conditions. They are introduced with the roots of the modern law of Serbia, and with basic characteristics of the great world legal system. Students also learn the basic methods of processing historical-legal sources, and train on historical-legal terms. In this way, they widen their general and legal culture and prepare for studying of Positive Law. Course Content: The law of the ancient East and Greece. The law of great middle age states of the continental Europe, canton, Byzantine, Anglo-Saxon and Sherriat law in middle age. Development of life in the area of present day Serbia at the time of reign of Hapsburg and Ottoman Empires. The law of Serbia in middle age. Legal System of the Monarchy and Kingdom of Serbia (1804-1918). Legal system of SHS Kingdom, Kingdom of Yugoslavia and Socialistic Yugoslavia. Literature: - Srdjan Sarkic: Istorija drzave i prava I-osnovi svetske istorije, Pravni fakultet Novi Sad- Centar za izdavacku delatnost, Novi Sad, 2014. - Srdjan Sarkic: Istorija drzave i prava Srbije (Istorija drzave i prava II),Pravni fakultet Novi Sad- Centar za izdavacku delatnost, Novi Sad, 2014. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

4 Exercises:

2 Other Teaching Forms: 0

Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 1

Teaching Methods - Lectures by using audio-video technology, discussions, analyse of business cases, group and individual student activities, seminars, seminar papers.

Knowledge Assessment ( Maximal Number of Points 100) Pre-Exam Obligations Points Завршни испит Points

Lectures activity 0-05 Written exam ------ Exercises activity 0-15 Oral exam 0-50 Tests 0-15 .......... Seminar papers with presentations 0-15 Knowledge assessment can be differently stated in the Tables, certain options (written exams, oral exams, project presentations, seminar papers, etc. * Maximal page length 1, format A4

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Theoretical- methodology, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 103 P Course Name: Basics of Economy Professor: PhD Enes Corovic, docent; associate PhD Ernad Kahrovic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 7 Condition: Enrolled second semester Course Aim– Students are offered the knowledge on the essence of economy terms and categories; they are introduced with the essence of micro and macro economy reality that represent a part of the entire social reality; they are introduced with the essence of social-economy development; it is allowed for students to learn easier and to understand a line of economy-law courses based on the tasks and exercises for knowledge assessment and check of knowledge that shows to students a practical development of theoretical views and conclusions. Course Outcome– Accomplishment of general knowledge on economy categories and economy laws; 2) Understanding of economy area of a social life at a state level, company (business units) and individuals (households); 3) The ability of organisation and regulation of economy processes; 4) The ability of performing numerous economy works in practice. Course Content– Institutional economy; The basics of business economy; Incomes based on ownership and their capitalisation; Personal spending and consumption choice; The basics of exchange and goods market; Introduction into Macro Economy; Production and employment; Money and exchange; Allocation and expenditures; Economy relations with abroad; Social-economy development; Market and economy role of a state. Literature: - V. Serjevic (i dr.): Osnovi ekonomije I, 2007. Nis, SKC. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

3 Exercises:

2 Other Teaching Forms: 0

Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 0

Teaching Methods - Lectures by using audio-video technology, discussions, analyse of business cases, group and individual student activities, seminars, seminar papers.

Knowledge Assessment (Maximal Number of Points 100) Pre-Exam Obligations Points Final exam Points

Lectures activity 0-05 Written exam ------ Exercises activity 0-15 Oral exam 0-50 Tests 0-15 .......... Seminar papers with presentations 0-15 Knowledge assessment can be differently stated in the Tables, certain options (written exams, oral exams, project presentations, seminar papers, etc. * Maximal page length 1, format A4

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level: Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 206 P Course Name: Criminal Law Professor: PhD Emir Corovis, docent; associate Milan Kostic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 10 Condition: Enrolled third semester Course Aim: Development of scientific knowledge, academic skills and practical abilities in interpretation and implementation of international and national legal regulations in the area of Criminal Law, development of creative skills and training of methods, procedures and processes of research and implementation of principles, terms and institutes in the area of Criminal Law, training in specific legal skills in the system of criminal-legal protection of goods and values, and all is pursuant to modern approaches of legal development and tendencies of domestic and foreign scientific thought in the area of Criminal Law as a scientific discipline, and development of a personal responsibility of further legal-court function holders. Course Outcome– It is expected from students: 1) to understand the term., course, historical development, sources, structure and function of Criminal Law, 2) to adopt knowledge on the basic terms, principles and institutions of general and special part of Criminal Law- a crime act, guilt, accomplice, a criminal sanction, 3) to develop abilities for argumentative, creative and competent discussion with others on the issues from the area of Criminal Law, 4) to develop abilities of a systematic approach to issues in the area of Criminal Law and to offer critical and argumentative answers in this area, 5) to know key terms, names and institutes in the area of Criminal Law, 6) to develop the ability of analyse and synthesis and to confirm, clarify and connect significant and relevant assumptions in the area of Criminal Law and implementation of criminal sanctions towards criminals that secure efficient system of protection of criminal legislation of certain goods and values. Course Content– General Part: The term of Criminal Law, Criminal Law and Criminal legislation; the place of Criminal Law in a legal system; Criminal Law and moral; the term of International Criminal Law (International Criminal Court and International Criminal Law); the principles of Criminal Law; the appearance and development of Criminal Law; the sources of Criminal Law; interpretation in Criminal Law; the term, task and science system of Criminal Law; the relation of science of Criminal Law with other sciences; the origin of Criminal Law science and certain schools; possibilities and future of Criminal Law legitimacy of criminal-legal protection; direction and limits of criminal-legal protection; validity of Criminal Law (time and space); general term of a criminal act; the term, functions and types of criminal actions; a human being and elements of a future criminal act; doing and not-doing as an action of a criminal act; consequence; the term, and theories of a cause; the conditions on punishing; a subject and object of a criminal act; social danger; anti-legal; the basics of exclusion of anti-legality (actions of small significance, a necessary defence, necessary defence, a final defence; the basics not predicted by Criminal Law); the term and theory on guilt; criminal intent; negligence; mental incapacity; significantly reduced capacity; real fallacy; force and threat; hidden incapacity; responsibility for criminal acts classified with a harder consequence; responsibility for criminal acts performed via press and other mass media; responsibility of a legal entity for a criminal act; stages of accomplishing of a criminal act; time and place of a criminal act; division of criminal acts; the term and types of criminal sanctions; apparent concurrence; complicity (accomplice, incitement, assistance); warning measures; safety measures; taking off property; legal consequences of a verdict; rehabilitation and prison record; amnesty; superannuation; criminal-legal status of juveniles and sanctions for juveniles and their specifics. Special Part: criminal acts against life and body; criminal acts against freedom and man rights and citizens; criminal acts against election rights; criminal acts against labour; criminal acts against honour and reputation; criminal acts against sexual freedom; criminal acts against marriage and family; criminal acts against intellectual property; criminal acts against property; criminal acts against economy; criminal acts against health of people; criminal acts against environment; criminal acts against general safety of people and property; criminal acts against of safety of public traffic, criminal acts against data safety; criminal acts against Constitutional arrangement of the Republic of Serbia, criminal acts against state bodies; criminal acts against legislation; criminal acts against public peace and order; criminal acts against official duty; criminal acts against legal traffic; criminal acts against humanity and other goods protected by international law, criminal acts against the Army of Serbia. Literature: Zoran Stojanovic, Krivicno pravo: Opsti deo, Pravna knjiga, Beograd, 2007; Zoran Stojanovic, Obrad Peric, Krivicno pravo: Posebni deo, Pravna knjiga, Beograd, 2007. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

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Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 1

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Theoretical-methodology, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 203 P Course Name: Modern Democracies Professor: PhD Milos Petrovic, docent; associate Andrijana Maksimovic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 8 Condition: Enrolled fourth semester Course Aim– Presenting of terms, theories, development and scientific knowledge directed to understanding of a genesis, models and practice of modern forms of democracy and causal processes in the era of globalisation tendencies. By comparing different democratic ideas and modern doctrines, students learn on assumptions on scientific methods and approaches in social sub-systems, institutes, movements and organisations within the practice concept in modern world. Course Outcome – Adopted knowledge by students in understanding the character of social relations, nature and significance of political-legal systems, and also factors influencing onto their change. Through knowing democratic and institutional political norms, these values and postulates of a legal nature in developed democratic states, students shall implement democratic and critical thinking, but also scientific-methodology principles in their further education and legal practice. Course Content– The democracy concept; The term and different meaning of democracy; Antique, new age and modern democracy; Classification of democracy; Models of democracy; Effects of theories of democracy models; They basic areas of democracy; Elections: the term, types and functions; Election campaign; Political parties-holders of a democratic process; The term, components and types; Organisation; The relation of party and election system; The basics characteristics of democracy in the USA; election system and election campaign; Hard two-party system; Organisation and functioning of parties; Political participation; British majority democracy; The characteristics of election system-method; Election campaign and political marketing; Two-party system and the third party; The basic principles, institutions and processes of chancellor system of Germany; Mixed election systems; Rational election system; Party spectrum; Interest groups, media and political participation; Democratic political life of Spain: the character of election system and election units; Election campaign and effects of election system; Character and organisation of political parties; The principles and character of the political system of Switzerland; The characteristics of election process; Stability of a party system; Group pressure; Belgian consociation; Ethno-nationalism and upgrading; Political culture of consociation, The processes of democracy in the second half of 20th century: the third wave of democracy; The crises of legitimacy and efficiency dilemma; The policy of outer factors; The cause and a causer; Transformation of authority regime; Strategies of transition changes; Political conflicts and a balance of political forces; Consociation and stability; Constitutional revolution; Development of a democratic political culture; Transition in post-Communist societies; Obstacles and occurrences of democracy; Heritage of the old regime; Economy development; Structural and contextual issues; Transition shock and authoritative answer. Literature: Vucina Vasovic. 2006. Savremene demokratije I, Beograd: Sluzbeni glasnik; 2. Vucina Vasovic. 2007. Savremene demokratije II, Beograd: Sluzbeni glasnik; 3. Samuel Huntington. 2004. Treci talas – demokratizacija na izmaku 20.veka. Podgorica-Zagreb. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level: Expert-applicative, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 202 P Course Name: Hereditary Law Professor: PhD Radmila Kovacevic-Kustrimovic; associate Samir Manic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 8 Condition: Enrolled fourth semester Course Aim: Accomplishment of the basic and wider knowledge on the institution of heredity; training of students for implementation and interpretation of hereditary regulations in a contestious procedure; training of students for composing legal documents (will, contract on giving and property allocation during a life time, contract on lifelong care, contract on heredity division, etc). Course Outcome: Training in key terms, names and hereditary-legal categories; developing of abilities on argumentative and competent understanding of hereditary-legal issues; understanding of the essence of the basic institutes of hereditary law; understanding of mechanisms of implementation of hereditary-legal institutes in practice; accomplishment of knowledge on hereditary-legal institutes in practice. Course Content: The institution of heredity and Hereditary Law; The principles of Hereditary Law; The sources of Hereditary Law; Validity of hereditary-legal regulations; The assumptions for heredity; The death of a testator; The term and content of heritage; The existence of an heir; Incapacity and inability for heritage; The basics for heredity; Heredity based on law; The allocation systems of relatives as legal heirs; The law of assumption; The law on increment; The system of legal heredity in our law; The circle of legal heirs; Legal heritage lines; The relation between legal lines; Reduction of a hereditary part of spouses in the first hereditary line; The increase of hereditary part of spouses in the second hereditary line; Reduction of hereditary part of spouses up to one quarter; State as an heir; Imperative hereditary; The freedom of testing and a necessary part; The basic of a necessary part; A circle of necessary heirs; The legal nature of law to a necessary part; Disinheritance of necessary heirs-exclusion from the necessary part; Depriving of rights of necessary heirs-exclusion from the rights to a necessary part; The way of leaving a necessary part; Protection of a necessary part; Hereditary heritage; The term and legal nature of heritage; The history of heritage; Active hereditary ability; Intention for making a will; Content of heritage; Appointing an heir; Modalities in an heir appointing; Delivery; Interpretation of heritage; Increment with hereditary; Forms of heredity in our law; Witnesses in a testament law; Keeping of heredity; Annulation of heredity; Absolute and relative annulation of heritage; Contracts in hereditary Law; Contract on giving and division of property during a life time; Contract on lifelong care; Hereditary community; Inheritance proceeding-the term of inheritance; Jurisdiction and court consistence; Starting of an inheritance procedure; Previous actions in an inheritance procedure; A procedure for legacy; Discussion on legacy; Legacy discussion; Inheritance statement; Solution on inheritance; Taking presents and legates into hereditary part; Violation of a necessary part; Determining of calculation value of legacy; Responsibility of universal and singular successors for debt legacy; Dividing of legacy from the heir asset; Keeping of legacy and a levy. Literature- O. Antic. 2008. Nasledno pravo, Beograd; Pravni fakultet u Beogradu. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Scientific-expert, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 106 P Course Name: Introduction into Civil and Property Law Professor: PhD Radmila Kovacevic-Kustrimovic, a full time professor; associate Samir Manic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 11 Condition: Enrolled third semester Course Aim: Developing of scientific knowledge on the structure of civil-legal area, on principles of regulation of civil-legal relations and their significance; studying on methods, processes and procedures for research on civil-legal principles and institutes; learning on specific legal skills in the system of civil-legal protection of property and non-property rights; developing of creative abilities for improvement of legal relations between subjects of private legal relations and for participation in planning and analyse. Course Outcome: Enabling students to: 1) understand the structure and nature of institute of civil and property law; 2) know key terms, names and institutes of civil and property law; 3) understand civil-legal environment in the system of European continental legal system; its legal logics and the relation of civil law with similar and divergent branches of law; 4) develop the ability to discuss argumentatively and competently on private-legal relations in a society, notice, reconsider and give suggestions for solving of legal issues in this area; 5) develop the ability to approach systematically to civil-legal issues and follow development and regularly implement regulations on civil-legal relations; 6) develop the ability of analyse and synthesis and habits to work permanently in own professional improvement. Course Content: The term, name and subject of Civil Law; The place of Civil Law in the legal system; Development of European continental law; Development of European-continental legal system; Civil-legal norms as sources of Civil Law Civil-legal relation, legal facts and principles, Legal entities; Civil-legal subjective law; Legal objects; Legal traffic and property; Legal businesses; Modification of legal businesses; Invalid legal businesses; Legal consequences of invalidity of legal businesses; Proxy; Unauthorised actions; The types of subjective rights; The influence of time onto law-increment and preclusion; Protection of civil subjective rights; Tenure (term, types, subjects, objects, transfer, loss, protection and function of tenure); Property (term and characteristics of property; Limitation of property rights; Cease of property rights; Protection of property rights; Modalities of property rights); Easement (Property or personal easement); Real burdens; Pledge Law (the term and essence of Pledge Law; principles of Pledge Law; Types of Pledge Law; Hand Pledge; Pledge Law in examples; The right to retention; Mortgage; Non-possessory Pledge; Fiduciary transfer of property for safety; Keeping of Property Law); Pre-Emptive rights; The construction law; Records on property and rights. Literature: 1) R. Kovacevic Kustrimovic, M, Lazic: Gradjansko pravo, opsti deo, Gippunta-Nis, 2011. 2) R. Kovacevic Kustrimovic, M, Lazic: Stvarno pravo, Punta-Nis, Nis, 2009. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

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Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 1

Teaching Methods - Lectures by using audio-video technology, exercises, discussions, group and individual student activities, seminars, seminar papers.

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Scientific-expert, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 209 P1 Course Name: International Criminal Law Professor: PhD Senad Ganic, docent; associate Saima Bruncevic Course Status: Elective ECTS Points: 8 Condition: Enrolled fourth semester Course Aim– Developing of scientific knowledge, academic skills and practical abilities in interpreting and implementation of international and national legal regulations in the area of International Criminal law, developing of creative skills and learning of methods, procedures and processes in research and implementation of principles, terms and institutes in the area of International Criminal Law, learning specific legal skills in the system of criminal-legal protection of peace and international safety, and all pursuant to modern approaches of development and tendencies of domestic scientific and international thought in the area of International Criminal Law, as a scientific discipline and developing of personal responsibility of future holders of legal-court functions. Course Outcome – It is excepted from students to: 1) understand the structure and nature from the area of International Criminal Law; 2) adopt knowledge on the basic terms and institutes of International Criminal Law; 3) develop the ability to discuss argumentatively and competently on other issues from the area of International Criminal Law; 4) develop the ability of systematic approach to the issues from the area of International Criminal Law and to offer critical and argumentative answers in this area; 5) know key terms, names and institutes from the area of International Criminal Law and 6) develop the ability of analyse and synthesis and determine, clarify and connect significant and relevant assumptions in the area of International Criminal Law that secure efficient system of protection of international peace and safety. Especially, to be introduced with the international legislation, procedure and regulations of functioning of a permanent International Criminal Court. Course Content–– General issues of International criminal Law; The term, significance and basic principles of International Criminal Law; The sources of International Criminal Law; Development of International Criminal Law; Time validity of international crimes; Development of International Criminal Law; Space validity of International Criminal Law; Immunity, International criminal act and criminal sanctions; International criminal act; Criminal sanctions; Genocide; War crimes; Crimes against humanity; Crimes against peace; International Criminal Justice; Ad hoc tribunals; Permanent international criminal court; The relation of international court, ad hoc tribunal and national courts; Mixed criminal-legal assistance; International legal assistance in criminal acts; International criminal-legal assistance in a narrow sense, extradition; Transfer of criminal prosecution; Execution of foreign criminal verdict; Perspectives of International Criminal Law. Literature: - Z. Stojanovic, Medjunarodno krivicno pravo, Beograd, 2008. str.220. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

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Teaching Methods - Lectures by using audio-video technology, exercises, discussions, group and individual student activities, seminars, seminar papers.

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level: Expert-applicative, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 201 P Course Name: Family Law Professor: PhD Samir Alicic, docent; associate Samir Manic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 8 Condition: Enrolled third semester Course Aim: Introduction of students to a system of norms, regulations and procedures in our law that arrange family relations; allowing of knowledge how Family Law functions and its significance today; understanding of ways to arrange family relations and specifics of this arrangement; introducing students with traditional and new areas in the domain of Family Law, as children rights, partner rights, fatherhood and motherhood with biomedical assistance and other. Course Outcome: Understanding of a structure and procedures of origin of family norms, and noticing of other branches of inner law; understanding of limits and weaknesses in solving the issues from family relations issues; understanding of the basic institutions of this law branch; knowing the principles and regulations of how certain institutes function in practice, implementation of accomplished knowledge. Course Content: The term of Family Law; Sources of Family Law; Family; Relation; Marriage; Marriage effect; Cease of marriage; Family status of a child; A child under parents care; Starting adoption process; Adoption effect; Cease of adoption; Foster families; Foster effect; A guardian; Effect and cease of guardians; Deprivation of legal capacity; Caring of certain person categories; Determination and cease of care; Property relations of spouses; Property relations of unmarried spouses; Property relations of a child and parents; Property relations of a family community; Protection from family violence; The procedures related to family and status relations; The procedure before civil court; The procedure before contentious court; The procedure before administrative body; Personal name. Literature: Ponjavic, Z. Porodicno pravo. Sluzbeni glasnik, Beograd, 2014. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level: Theoretical-methodology, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 205 P1 Course Name: Human Rights Professor:PhD Milos Petrovic, docent; associate Andrijana Maksimovic Course Status: Elective ECTS Points: 8 Condition: Enrolled fourth semester Course Aim– Expert enabling of students for understanding, category and transfer of knowledge on human rights and freedoms within social-political transition, but also within wider social relations based on the European values, and legislation that are established in Constitutional-political practice of Serbia. Course Outcome: Development of democratic values within students by promoting critical approach in relation to every type of conservatism that can limit or endanger human rights and freedoms. Accepting and implementation of the view that spreading of human rights and freedom is never final, i.e. after the third generation, there shall be new forms and needs, so a man can be expressed both as a human and collective being. Course Content: Introduction into this teaching discipline and way of work; Terms; Development of the idea on human rights-Law; Development the idea on human rights-philosophy and social theory; Development of the idea on human rights- from 16th century until 1914; Development of the idea on human rights-between two world wars; Classification of human rights; Human rights in a legal order; Implementation on norms of human rights; Human rights and international organisations; United Nations; European organisations; General principles of exercising human rights1; General principles of exercising human rights 2; Derogation and limitation of human rights; Facultative limitations; Certain rights and freedom (the right to life, prohibition of torture and violence, inhuman and humiliating punishments and procedures, freedom of personality, the right to legal safety and fair treatment, protection of a private sphere, special protection of family and child, freedom of spirit, freedom of participation in a social life, the right to peaceful having, the rights of groups and their members, citizenship and human rights, economy and social rights, cultural rights, the right to healthy environment); International Human Law, The ways of accomplishment of human rights protection; Punishment of human rights violation. Literature: 1. Dmimitrijevic, V; Popovic, D; Papic, T; Petrovic V. 2007. Medjunarodno pravo ljudskih prava. Beograd: Beogradski centar za ljudska prava; 2.Тomausat, Kristijan. 2006. Ljudska prava izmedju idealizma i realizma. Beograd: Beogradski centar za ljudska prava. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Academic-general, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 205 P2 Course Name: Economy Politics Professor: PhD Ibrahim Totic, docent; associate Samir Vehapi Course Status: Elective ECTS Points: 8 Condition: Enrolled fourth semester Course Aim – Introducing students with the Course Economy Politics, its term, measures, mechanisms and aggregate categories, with money flow, the laws of demand and supply, export-import policy and transition processes. Reconsidering of the process and influence of globalisation onto a closed and open economy. The review onto economy policy of the European Union. Course Outcome– After realisation of curricula, students are trained to understand and reconsider correctly economy processes and participate actively in the ones. Also, they should be trained to understand the causes and consequences of determined social-economy events and to value the effects of the global policy onto the changes that influence onto further possibilities of a social development. Course Content– The basic macro-economy issues; Economy politics; Mechanism of action of economy politics; Gross national product; Aggregate demand; Money, Demand and supply of money; Economy politics in a closed economy; Open economy; Foreign currency policy; Aggregate of demand and price; Inflation rate in an open economy; Policy of export commerce; Global economy politics; Economy politics of transition states and economy system and economy policy of the European Union. Literature: Miroljub Labus, Emilija Vukadin, Ekonomska politika za pravnike, Pravni fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu, 2012 Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Expert-applicative, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 303 P Course Name: International Public Law Professor: PhD Senad Ganic, docent; associate Andrijana Maksimovic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 9 Condition: Enrolled sixth semester Course Aim– Introducing of students with the basic principles the modern international community functions upon. Introducing of the system of norms, regulations, institutions and procedures in relation to states, international organisations and an individual; Introducing with the way of legal regulation of international relations, then their implementation into inner legal order; Explaining of relations that exist between international and inner law for disrespect of the regulations of international law; Introducing with the types of legal consequences for disrespect of the regulations of international law; Offering of knowledge, besides traditional, also new areas on international law, such as human rights, international protection of a life environment, especially introducing students with the position of an individual in relation to the state and international community. Course Outcome– Understanding of the structure and process of origin of international norms and regulations in relation to domestic law; Understanding of the outer jurisdiction of states and their bodies in presenting in international relations; Understanding of functioning of international organisations and following of acts significant for International Public Law; Understanding how certain institutes of international law function in practice; Implementation of knowledge in giving legal assistance to legal and physical entities in international bodies. Course Content – The term International Public Law; The term and origin; Origin and development of International Public Law; Doctrine of International Public Law; The relation of International Public Law and inner law; Dual theory; Monistic theory; Compression theory; formal sources of International Law; International contracts; Customary legal regulations; General legal principles recognised by literate nations; Court practice; The principle of fairness; Unilateral legal act of a state; Acts of international organisations; Soft Law; Hierarchy of formal sources; Codification of customary law; Subjects of International Law; The term of subjectivity in International Law; forms of expressing subjectivity of an individual in International Law; Subjects in positive International Law; Division of subjects in International Law; State: The term and types; Complex states; Origin of new states; Recognition of states and governments: Recognition of government; The basic rights and obligations of states; Jurisdiction of a state in International Law: The basic principles for jurisdiction determination, Forms of a state jurisdiction; Responsibility of a state; General terms of international responsibility of a state; Types of international responsibility of a state; The base of citizens responsibility; Conditions for citizens responsibility of a state; Forms of a state responsibility; Nature and form of compensation for violation of international responsibility; Bodies for maintaining international relations; Inner bodies for maintaining international relations; Outer bodies for maintaining of international relations; Diplomatic representatives; Consuls; Multilateral diplomacy: The term and characteristics; Permanent missions within international organisations; Functions of permanent missions; Succession of a state; The term succession; Succession and international continuity; Legal nature of succession; Regulations of state succession; Borders in International Law; Ways of accomplishing and losing state territory; International easement; International rivers; The use of international rivers for sailing; The regime of sailing on the Danube River; Maritime area; Air area; Polar areas; Cosmic area; The regulations of international contract law; Forms and names of international contracts; Contract parties; The contract process; The process of international contract conclusion; Ways of expressing acceptance onto contract obligations; Registration and contract investment; Implementation of international contracts; Contract effect; Interpretation of international contracts; Obligatory power of international contracts; Void of contracts; Cease of effect and contract suspension; International organisations: The term, United Nations; Origin of UN; Organisational structure of UN; General Assembly of UN; Security Council; Economy-social Council; Guardianship Council; Secretary of UN; International Court of Justice: The choice of judges; Organisation; Court jurisdiction; Procedure before the Court. Literature: М. Kreca, Mejdunarodno javno pravo, Pravni fakultet, Beograd, 2008. 542.str. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Expert-applicative, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 307 P Course Name: Criminalistics Professor: PhD Emir Corovic, docent; associate Saima Bruncevic Course Status: Elective ECTS Points: 8 Condition: Enrolled sixth semester Course Aim– Accomplishing and developing of scientific knowledge, skills and practical abilities on criminalistics methods and means; developing of creative abilities and learning on the methods, procedures and processes in research in Criminalistics area; Knowing on specific knowledge and skills needed for regular functioning. Course Outcome– Understanding of nature, branches and tasks of Criminalistics; criminal logics and knowing of the area of criminal accomplishments in criminal procedure; developing of abilities to analyse and make synthesis towards argumentative and competent discussion in the area of Criminalistics; accomplishment of a systematic approach in solving criminal issues and critical analyse of implemented Criminalistics in criminal-legal purpose; knowledge on the basic terms, expert terms and key institutes of Criminalistics; accomplishment of abilities towards connecting of knowledge from criminal-process law, criminal law in general, and other branches of law to follow and implement in the law profession. Course Content– The term of Criminalistics. The principles of Criminalistics. Golden questions of Criminalistics. Criminalistics bodies and their work. Interpol. Operational-tactics and investigation actions. Patrolling. Informative talk. Surveillance. Ambush. Police raid. Warnings and announcement. Crime scene. Criminalistics techniques. Criminalistics identification and registration. Criminalistics identification. Personal description. Registration photo. Dactyloscopy. Modus operandi of a registration system. Registration and identification of unknown persons and corps. Other modern methods of Criminalistics registration and identification. Criminalistics photographs. The tem, history and types of Criminalistics photographs. Operative photograph. Research photograph. Macro and micro photograph. Photographing under different light angles. Photographing with different filters. Photographing with invisible rays. Tracing. Traces of a criminal act. The term and significance of traces. Traces of papillary lines. Traces of hands. Traces of feet. Traces of teeth. Traces of vehicle. Traces of weapon. Traces of fire gun. Traces of burning. Traces of glass. Micro traces. Traces of clothes and textile fibres. Traces of blood and other man fluids. Traces of dust and mud. Traces with hanging. Operative technique. Criminalistics person processing. Technical means. Criminalistics traps. Visible and invisible texts. Criminalistics of a fire gun. The term and methods of Criminalistics technical expertise. Expertise of a fire gun. Expertise of handwriting. Expertise of a signature. Expertise of typing machines. Expertise of seal, stamp. Expertise of money and currencies. Expertise of post stamps. Determining of a document age. Reconstruction of signs and numbers in metal. Criminalistics-technique-technique of a secret agreement. Criminalistics records. The use of trained dogs. Criminal application. Tactics of witness hearing. Tactics of guilty interrogation. Recognising persons and things. Recognising of corps. Tactics of discovering certain or group criminal acts-juvenile crimes, murder, robbery and robbery theft, raping, extortion, car crimes, economy crimes. Literature: Z. Aleksic-M. Skulic. 2010. Кriminalistika. Beograd. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

3 Exercises:

1 Other Teaching Forms: 0

Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 0

Teaching Methods -Lectures by using audio-video technology, exercises, discussions, group and individual student activities, seminars, seminar papers.

Knowledge Assessment ( Maximal Number of Points 100) Pre-Exam Obligations Points Final Exam Points

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Expert-applicative, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 301 P Course Name: Obligatory Law Professor: PhD Djordje Nikolic, an associate professor, associate Samir Manic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 9 Condition: Enrolled fifth semester Course Aim– Developing of scientific knowledge on the structure of obligatory-legal relations and their significance; knowing on methods, procedures and processes of research institutes of a contract and tort law; knowing of specific legal skills in the system of legal protection of property and non-property law; developing of skills of improvement of legal relations between subjects of Obligatory Law. Course Outcome– Enabling students to 1) understand the structure and nature of the institute of Obligatory Law; 2) know key terms, names and institutes of Obligatory Law; 3) understand civil-legal environment in the system of European continental legal system, its legal logics and the relation of Obligatory Law with similar and divergent branches of the law; 4) develop the ability to discuss argumentatively and competently on protection of subject interests through compensation and contract law; 5) notice, reconsider and give suggestions for solving legal issues in this area; 6) develop the ability of systematic approach to civil-legal issues and follow the apply regularly the regulations of obligatory relations; 7) develop the ability of analyse and synthesis, and habits to work permanently in own professional improvement. Course Content: Obligatory Law, General part: The term and significance of Obligatory Law; Origin and development of Obligatory Law; The sources of Obligatory Law; The system of Obligatory Law; The basic characteristics of Obligatory Law; The basic characteristics of obligations and obligatory relations; The term of contract and the principle of freedom of contracting; General conditions of a contract origin; Agreement of wills; Form and contract interpretation; The types of obligatory contract; General effects of contracts; Typical effects of mutual contracts; Cease of contracts; General interpretation on damage responsibility; Damage; A cause of relations; Guilt; Unlawfulness of a damage act; The circumstances that exclude or limit damage responsibility; Responsibility for others; Responsibility caused by a dangerous thing and dangerous action; Special cases of damage responsibility; Damage compensation generally; Damage compensation for hiding personal rights; Ungrounded wealth; Uncalled performance of business or without warranty; One side statements of will that form obligatory relations; The essence of effect of obligatory relations; Insurance of obligatory norm; Being late in obligatory relation; Mixing of a trustee with debt’s obligatory rights; Cancellation of obligatory relations (fulfilment and payment, compensation, debt release, renewal, union); Obsolescence of claims; obligatory relations of a debtor and a trustee; replacement of o subject of obligatory relation; Obligatory contracts; Selling contract; Gift contract; Loan contract; Rent contract; Service contract, Labour contract; Action contract; Authorisation contract. Literature: - 1. Ј. Radisic, Obligaciono pravo, opsti deo, “ Nomos”, Beograd, 2008. 2. М. Мijacic, Obligacioni ugovori, Savremena administracija, Beograd,1988 i kasnija izdanja. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

5 Exercises:

2 Other Teaching Forms: 0

Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 1

Teaching Methods - Lectures by using audio-video technology, exercises, discussions, group and individual student activities, seminars, seminar papers.

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Expert-applicative, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 305 P Course Name: Criminal-Process Law Professor: PhD Emir Corovic, docent; associate Jelena Jemuovic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 9 Condition: Enrolled fifth semester Course Aim– Accomplishment and developing of scientific knowledge, academic skills and practical abilities in interpretation and implementation of legal regulations in the area of Criminal-Process Law; developing of creative skills and knowing on methods, procedures and processes in research processes of principles and institutes of Criminal-Process Law; knowledge on specific legal skills needed for prompt functioning of criminal justice in a democratic society and legal state; adaption of education process and course aim with accomplished and modern approaches of the science of Criminal Process Law. Course Outcome– By gaining of the study programme, it is expected for students to: 1) understand the type and structure of modern criminal procedure; 2) adopt legal logics of the European continental law, implement and further improve interpretation of Criminal Process Law of positive legislation; 3) develop abilities of analyse an synthesis and to discuss argumentatively and competently on this law area; 4) accomplish the ability towards a systematic procedure in solving criminal-legal issues and critical analyse of positive legal solution; 5) know on the basic terms, expert terms and key institutes of Criminal Process Law, deeply know a criminal procedure as a legal method of court protection and implement accomplished knowledge in the law court practice; 6) accomplish the ability to connect knowledge from Criminal Process Law, criminal justice entirely and other branches and the ability to follow and implement novelties in a legal profession. Course Content– 1. General Reconsidering on Criminal Process Law and criminal procedure: the term, subject, task, sources, interpretation and validity of Criminal Process Law; the term, types and flow of a criminal procedure; Criminal Process Law and other law branches and scientific disciplines; historical development of Criminal Process law; the basic principles of criminal Process Law. 2. Criminal Process subjects: general reconsidering on criminal-process subjects, criminal court; criminal-process parties; public attorney; damaged in a criminal procedure (damaged, damaged as a suitor; private attorney); the accused; the accused attorney.3. Criminal process action: the term, general characteristics, principles and types of criminal-process actions; deadlines and terms in a criminal procedure; criminal court expenses; applications and minutes of record in a criminal procedure; delivery and reconsidering of documents; evidence in a criminal procedure; court decisions. 3. Special part: pre-examining procedure; investigation and accusation; the agreement of a public attorney and a guilty one; court criminal procedure; the procedure per legal remedies; special criminal procedures, assistance criminal procedures. Literature: Stanko Bejatovic, Krivicno-procesno pravo, Sluzbeni glasnik, Beograd, 2014. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures:

5 Exercises:

2 Other Teaching Forms: 0

Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 1

Teaching Methods Lectures by using audio-video technology, exercises, discussions, group and individual student activities, seminars, seminar papers.

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Scientific-expert, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 302 P Course Name: Administration Law Professor: PhD Miladin Kostic, a full time professor; associate Saima Bruncevic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 9 Condition: Enrolled fifth semester Course Aim– Accomplishment of knowledge and introduction with the legal solutions of an organisation and state and public administration; development of academic skills and knowledge on practical abilities in interpretation and implementation of regulations from the area of Administration Law, and also knowing on methods of research of administration-legal institute pursuant to modern ways of development of Administration Law. Course Outcome– By knowing on the programme, a student can: realise the process of origin, development and difference of Administration Law compared to other law branches; understand organisation and work of a state and non-state (public) administration; know successfully administration procedure; understand administration control; implement gained knowledge in practice, i.e. for further professional improvement. Course Content: Introduction with the course and way of work; The course, origin and development of Administration Law and its relation with other law branches; Theoretical and positive-legal term of administration; Administration subjects; Administration organisation; The position of administration state bodies; business and administration acts; The term, basic principles and authority in an administration procedure (test); Participants in an administration procedure, deadlines and return into the previous condition; Administration procedure costs; First degree of an administration procedure, Second degree of an administration procedure, extra legal means in an administration procedure; Administration control; Administration dispute; Repressive work; Seminar, signing of indexes, marks, evaluation. Literature: D. Milkov: Upravno pravo I – uvodna i organizaciona pitanja, Novi Sad, 2012, Upravno pravo II – upravna delatnost, Novi Sad, 2013, Upravno pravo III– kontrola uprave, Novi Sad, 2014; Ratko Markovic, Upravno pravo, Beograd, 2002. Izborna literatura: Slavoljub Popovic, Milan Petrovic, Branislav Markovic, Upravno pravo-opsti deo, Beograd, 2002. Pravni propisi: Zakon o Vladi, Zakon o drzavnoj upravi i Zakon o drzavnim sluzbenicima. Classes Number of Active Teaching:

Lectures: 5 Exercises: 2

Other Teaching Forms: 0

Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 1

Teaching Methods - Lectures by using audio-video technology, exercises, discussions, group and individual student activities, seminars, seminar papers.

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level: Scientific-expert, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 207 P Course Name: Labour Law Professor: PhD Goran Obradovic, associate professor; associate Milan Kostic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 8 Condition: Enrolled sixth semester Course Aim– To allow students accomplishment of knowledge on labour relation as a central social-economy, legal and social-political category, i.e. the system of hetero and autonomous legal norms and labour-legal principles to arrange a labour relation. Course Outcome– It is expected that students, after realisation of curricula, shall adopt standards of national and international Labour Law that have for their aim creation of social justice and labour-social peace, i.e. to be able to discuss argumentatively and wisely from the area of Labour Law relations. Then, there is development of a systematic approach to legal issues and ability to critically and analytically answer to the issues related to labour-legal ones. Course Content– Creation and development of Labour Law; The relation of Labour Law towards other law branches; Domestic sources of Labour Law; International and regional sources of Labour Law; The basic principles of Labour Law; Establishment of a labour relation; A labour relation; Work out of a labour relation; Prohibition clause on competiveness; Allocation of employees; Redundancy; Working time; Holidays, leaves and celebrations; Labour relation pause; Expert education and professional orientation; Money incomes of employees; Employees payment on a case of bankrupt; Employees rights with an employer change; Discipline procedure; Material responsibility; Cease of a labour relation; Special forms of labour relation; Collective rights and obligations from a labour relation, i.e. their accomplishment and protection. Literature: - Jovanovic, P. Radno pravo-sesto izmenjeno izdanje, Pravni fakultet, Novi Sad 2012. Zakon o radu („Sluzbeni glasnik RS“, br.24/2005, 61/2005, 54/2009, 32/2013 i 75/2014 ). Classes Number of Active Teaching:

Lectures: 3 Exercises: 1

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Scientific-expertise, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 309 P2 Course Name: Officials Law Professor: Наставник: PhD Aleksandar Petrovic, a full time professor; associate Milan Kostic Course Status: Elective ECTS Points: 8 Condition: Enrolled fourth semester Course Aim– To allow students accomplishment on officials system that include the entire conditions and officials relations to be established in organisations among persons that work in them, where their position and role depend upon, and are in a direct relation with mutual work in gaining organisation tasks. Course Outcome: Understanding of genesis, structure and nature of officials’ relation; ability to discuss argumentatively and wisely on the significance of works in public service in an expert, professional, legal and efficient way, i.e. on efficiency of bodies and organisations and securing of a position of a public clerk in it. Course Content: The term, course, significance and method of Officials Law; Sources of Officials Law; Officials system; Officials relation; The term of a public official; Officials; ethics; The principles of action of public officials; Rights and duties of officials; Officials posts and their division; Entering the service-posts; Evaluation and promotion of officials; Officials transfer; Expert improvement and ability of officials; Officials responsibility; Cease of officials relation; The rights of state officials during the change of arrangement of state bodies; Officials payment system; Optimisation of employees number in public administration. Literature: Vlatkovic, M. Brkovic, R. Urdarevic, B. Sluzbenicko pravo, Beograd, 2013. Autorizovana predavanja-materijal za pripremanje ispita, priredio Milan Kostic Classes Number of Active Teaching:

Lectures: 3 Exercises: 1

Other Teaching Forms: 0

Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 0

Teaching Methods - Lectures by using audio-video technology, exercises, discussions, group and individual student activities, seminars, seminar papers.

Knowledge Assessment ( Maximal Number of Points 100) Pre-Exam Obligations Points Final Exam Points

Lectures activity 0-05 Written exam ------ Exercises activity 0-15 Oral exam 0-50 Tests 0-15 .......... Seminar papers with presentations 0-15 Knowledge assessment can be differently stated in the Tables, certain options (written exams, oral exams, project presentations, seminar papers, etc. * Maximal page length 1, format A4

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Expert-applicative, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 309 P1 Course Name: Ecology Law Professor: PhD Milos Petrovic, docent; associate Milan Kostic Course Status: Elective ECTS Points: 8 Condition: Enrolled sixth semester Course Aim– Accomplishment of the basic and deeper knowledge on international, regional and national instruments of legal protection of an environment and enabling for interpretation and implementation of regulations in the area of Ecology Law. Course Outcome– Knowledge on key terms, names and ecology categories; Developed ability to discuss argumentatively and competently on ecology issues; Understanding of the essence of the basic institutes of Ecology Law; Understanding of implementation mechanisms of ecology institute in practice. Course Content– Theoretical framework of Ecology Law; The relation of Ecology Law towards other legal branches; Ecology policy; Legal instruments of ecology protection; United Nations and protection of an environment; The European Council and environment protection; The European Union and environment protection; Ecology Law in Serbia; Legal protection of environment in Serbia; Regulation of certain aspects of environment protection in Serbia; The role and significance of non-governmental organisations in environment protection; The role of a Local government in environment protection. Literature: Lilic, S. Ekolosko pravo, Beograd, 2010. Classes Number of Active Teaching:

Lectures: 3 Exercises: 1

Other Teaching Forms: 0

Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes: 0

Teaching Methods - Lectures by using audio-video technology, exercises, discussions, group and individual student activities, seminars, seminar papers.

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Scientific-applicative, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 406 P Course Name: Civil Process Law Professor: PhD Radmila Kovacevic Kustrimovic, a full time professor, associate Samir Manic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 8 Condition: Enrolled eighth semester стар Course Aim– Accomplishment of knowledge and categories of Civil Process Law and the role and significance of civil court procedure, principles, standards and postulates in the context of law onto fair trials; introducing with methods of legal protection of subjective laws, content during a trail and contentious and executive procedure, and also to gain knowledge and skills necessary for practical implementation of process regulations, following of law changes in legislation and further personal professional development and permanent learning. Course Outcome– Knowledge on the terms and categories of Civil Process Law and using of professional literature; understanding the aim, role, function, significance and structure of a civil court procedure and Civil Process Law; ability to identify a court authorised for a procedure and methods of legal protection; knowledge on the role and process court authorisation, parties, proxies and other participants in a civil court procedure; ability to expose the aim, content and flow of a civil procedure, and also to make a motion or a court decision and implement them into process-legal norms. Course Content– Civil Process Law as a form of legal protection; The cause and need of legal protection offering; The right to legal protection; First legal protection; Development of legal protection in the area of civil-process relations; The forms of legal protection; Civil Process Law; A civil court procedure; The subject and method of Civil Process Law; The structure of Civil Process Law; The norms of Civil Process Law; Interpretation of regulations of Civil Process Law; Validity of Civil Process Law related to the space, time and persons; The place of Civil Process Law in a legal system; The relation of Civil Process Law towards other law branches; Civil Process Law and form; Legal sources of Civil Process Law; The science of Civil Process Law; A lawsuit and a lawsuit procedure; A lawsuit scheme; The legal nature of a lawsuit; A process legal relation; The subject of a lawsuit and a subject of a law suit procedure; Process assumptions; Starting, development and finalisation of a procedure; The adoption of a procedure to a lawsuit content; General lawsuit procedure and special lawsuit procedures; The subject of Process Law; Court and court power organisation; Exclusion and exemption; Court content; The value of a lawsuit; Court authorisation; Real authorisation; Place authorisation; Attraction authorisation; Determining of a place authorisation by directly higher court; Prorogation; Functional authorisation; International authorisation; Legal assistance; Parties; Parties; ability; Postulate ability; Real and process legitimation; Opponents; Succession in a process relation; Third party participation; Informing of third parties on a lawsuit; Appointing of a previous one; Representation in a lawsuit; Legal representatives; Proxy; Authorises; Law; Advocacy; The forms of expert legal assistance; The basic process principles; A lawsuit work; Parties in a lawsuit; Court lawsuits; Managing of a lawsuit; Witness in a lawsuit; Delivery; Place and time of a lawsuit; Deadlines; Trials; Missing of lawsuits; Returning to the previous state; Temporary cease of a lawsuit; Cease of a procedure; Delays in lawsuits; Lawsuit costs; An accusation (form and content, accusation types, claims of accusations; change of accusations; withdrawal of accusations; denial of accusations; delivery of accusations); Sued posture in a lawsuit; Written answer to a lawsuit; A new claim for verdict during a lawsuit; Counter-lawsuit; Inter-suggestion for determing; Objection for comensation; Alternative methods for solving od disputes; court settlement; Admitance of a claim; The flow of the first degree procedure; Evidence means; Verdict; Solution; Validity; Legal remedies; A complaint against a verdict; A claim against a solution; Direct revision; Revision against a verdict; A request for legality protection; Repetion of a procedure; An accusation for court nulling;; Special lawsuit procedures; Introduction to contentious Process Law; Contentious procedure; Special contentious procedures (procedures for arrangement of personal condition, procedures fo arrangement of family relations, procedures for arrangement of property relations); Executive Process Law; Assumptiosn for execution; Starting, determining and implementation of procedures; Subjects of an execution procedure; Execution for payment of money; Execution for non-money demand. Literature: 1) Stankovic, G. Gradjansko procesno pravo I, sveska, Beograd: Megatrend univerzitet, 2013.2) Stankovic, G. Gradjansko procesno pravo II sveska, Udruzenje za gradjansko procesno i arbitrazno pravo: Sven; G. Stankovic, Nis, 2007.

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Exercises: 2 Other Teaching Forms: о

Study Research Paper: 0 Other Classes:0

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Expert-applicative, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 401 P Course Name: International Private Law Professor: PhD Bratislav Stankovic, docent; associate Samir Manic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 7 Condition: Enrolled eighth semester Course Aim - It includes accomplishment of knowledge on the basic institutions and solutions of the International Private Law and Process Law of the Republic of Serbia, prescribed by international and inner sources of this law branch, in the aim of gaining scientific abilities and academic skills, development of creative skills and knowing on the specific practical skills from the area of International Private and Process Law. The programme includes introducing with certain particular solution in a comparative International Private Law, especially with community International Private Law and its critical analyse. Course Outcome– Accomplishment of theoretical knowledge and abilities of practical implementation of the basic institutes, principles and collision norms of International Private Law and Process Law. In this way, students shall be able to realise the issue of complex civil-legal relations with the elements of foreign and understand the principles and regulations to solve the ones. The aim is for students to be introduced with the basic development of comparative International Private Law, especially International Private Law of the European Union and its specifics. This shall offer a base for their further professional improvement. Course Content– The private-legal relations with the elements of internationality and ways of their regulation; The term and name of International Private Law; the term of International Private Law, The name of International Private Law; The sources of International Private Law, inner sources, multilateral conventions as sources and as ways of unification of International Private Law; International Private Law of the European Union; The sources of International Private Law of Serbia; Collision norms, structure and legal category and their connection point; Implementation of a foreign law; The issues of classification and solution of classification issues; Previous issues; Returning and appointing to further law (Ranvoi), in our International Private Law; Public income, public order and institutions of public order in International Private Law of Serbia; The norms of direct implementation; Frauds with laws (Fraus legis), frauds of law in our International Private Law; Time factor in International Private Law; Mobile conflict of a law (conflict mobile) in International Private Law; Ways of solving conflict mobile; Non-unified legal order in International Private Law; Solutions in theory, legislation and practice, lex nationalis before non-unified order, Norms of the law before non-unified order; Reciprocity and retorsion; Statute schools, Italian, French and Holland-Flam an School; Determining of Meritor law, legal and business ability; Citizenship as a connection point; International Family Law; Sources of International Family Law in Serbia; Determining Meritor law for family relations in a consensual union; Property relations in a consensual union; Meritor law for relations between parents and children; Meritor law regarding support obligation; Meritor law for adoption with the element of internationality; Meritor law for hereditary relations; Collision norms for property-legal relations; Property relations on movable things; Real laws in securities; Real laws in movable things; Determining of Meritor law for contracts; Sources of our collision contract norms; Autonomy of will and its limits; Collision norms with no autonomy of will; Determine of Meritor law regarding superannuation; Determining of Meritor law regarding contract forms, price of a contract; Determining of Meritor law regarding certain contracts; Some national sources of International Private Law; Countries of EU and Rome Convention (Rome and Vienna Convention); Determining of Meritor law for cheques and promissory notes; Determining of legal-private relations in Serbia; International authorisation, the term and significance of international authorisation; The rules of international jurisdiction; General and special international jurisdiction; Legal and agreement determined jurisdiction; Solving of positive conflict of jurisdiction-international litispendition; Leading a civil procedure with the element of internationality; Establishment of jurisdiction; Party ability; The position of foreigners in a civil procedure with the elements of internationality; International legal assistance; Recognition and execution of court verdicts; Immunity issue; International commerce arbitraries. Literature: - Tibor Varadi, Gaso Knezevic, Bernadet Bordas, Vladimir Pavic, 2012. Medjunarodno privatno

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pravo: cetrnaesto izdanje, 661 str. Pravni fakultet Beograd. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures: 4 Exercises: 2 Other

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Scintific-expert, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 402 P Course Name: Finance Law Professor: PhD Ibrahim Totic, docent; associate PhD Ahmedin Lekpek Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 7 Condition: Enrolled eighth semester Course Aim–Introducing of students with the discipline of Financial Law, fiscal policy, tax obligations and legal taxing. The aim is to develop abilities for students to make a difference of fiscally types, parafiscality, types of tax obligations and issues of tax evasion. The significance of tax directly influences onto effectiveness in performing public functions from budget means. Knowing of budget, its deficit, suffice and budget principles is a basic assumption for understanding effective fiscal functioning, i.e. global policy and its satisfaction in public needs. It is necessary to know the procedures in forming outcomes and incomes and a temporary budget financing. In forming of budget means, a leading position has taxes, customs, excise and contributions. A special place in performing tax control, tax collection and having certain sanctions towards insolvent tax obligators. Course Outcome–– The intention is for a student to start to realise during a learning process seriousness of public functions and to change their attitude towards taxes, since a tax is considered as an unnecessary burden. It cannot be said of arranged state with no arranged policy, and thus the principles must be realised, mechanisms and all types of state work depending upon tax collection. All correctly realised taxes ease the change in thinking and correct public functioning of public finance institutions. The greatest success is a positive approach towards tax obligations, i.e. awareness increase of a higher income. Economy-political reality would be reality in a real sense of the word, if each obligor would proudly pay their tax obligations. Course Content–– The term and types of public incomes, The term of tax and the relation of law towards public functions, The relation of law towards other law branches, The relation of tax law towards other law branches, Tax-law principle of tax, Opposing to illegitimate tax evasion, Indirect and direct taxes, Regular and Irregular taxes, Objective and subjective taxes, Analytical and synthetically taxes, General and purpose taxes, Assumed and fact taxes; Ad valorem and specific taxes, Central and local taxes, The term and types of tax-legal system, Tax trustees, The term and types of tax obligators, The term, content and characteristics of tax property system, The origin of tax obligation, Force tax payment, Demand for tax return, Usage of tax credit and tax refraction, The term, types, characteristics and origin of tax administration relation, Obligations from a tax administration relation, The obligations from a tax management relation, Tax control and its forms, Tax rates-the term and types, Tax incitements, Methods for preventing i.e. elimination of double taxing, Unilateral measures for double taxing, Bilateral conventions, Tax criminal acts and their discovery, Tax obligator-resident and non-resident, Income tax, , Income tax from independent work, Annual income tax for citizens, Determining and payment of tax citizens income, Classical tax system onto benefit of corporations and systems of tax integration, Tax treatment of entities, Property tax, Inheritance and gift tax, Legal nature of VAT, Weak capitalisation, Determining and payment, Subject of VAT taxing, Customs, Contributions for obligatory social insurance, Taxes, The term and characteristics of a public loan, Fiscal sovereignty and fiscal federalism. Literature: Dejan Popovic, Poresko pravo, Pravni fakultet i Sluzbeni glasnik, Beograd, 2010, 553, Bozidar Raicevic, Javne funkcije, Centar za izdavacku delatnost Ekonomskog fakulteta, Beograd, 2008, str. 446, Mileva Andjelkovic, Javne funkcije i finansijsko pravo, prvo izdanje, Pravni fakultet, Centar za publikacije, Nis, 2009, str. 387 Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures: 4 Exercises: 2 Other

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Scientific-expert, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 407 P Course Name: Criminology Professor: PhD Emir Corovic, docent; associate Andrijana Maksimovic Course Status: Elective ECTS Points: 8 Condition: Enrolled seventh semester Course Aim– Accomplishment of knowledge on a crime as individual behaviour and criminality as a global phenomenon, studying of mechanisms and victim ology, forms and distribution criminality and social reactions to criminality, studying of methodology of criminal researches and evaluation of criminality condition. Course Outcome– Understading of ethology, phenomenon and victim ology characteristics of criminality, knowing the methods of criminal researches, enabling for a critical approach to criminality data and evaluation of criminality condition, understanding of different forms of social reactions onto criminality. Course Content - Introduction: interest for crimes; different understading of crimes; a crime and deviation; the place of Criminology in a science system (the relation with other criminal sciences). Метhods of criminality studying: a clinical method and forecast of a criminal behaviour; anamnestic and related methods; a sample; longitude interrogation; an experiment; statistical records of criminality; triangulation. Theories on criminality: the significance of theory studying and their division; a classical approach to a crime; positivist approach to criminality; theories on social reactions; newer theories on criminality; triangulation theory. Three dimensions of a criminal appearance: phenomenon dimension, ethology dimension and victimologoy dimension. Social reaction onto a crime and criminality: forms of reactions (non-formal and formal); criminal law and reaction to a criminal behaviour; police work; courts and verdicts of criminal sanction; formal social control and guarantees of human rights; new trends in criminality control; restudies and restorative justice; the origin of prison sentence and penalty institutions; the condition in prisons and their reformatory; classical and modern sentences; denial of a prison sentence and resocialiation; ways of crises overcoming; formal and non-formal system in a prison. Literature: Djordje Ignjatovic, Kriminologija, Pravni fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu, Beograd, 2011. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures: 3 Exercises: 1 Other

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Expert-applicative, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 404 P1 Course Name: Consumers Law Professor: PhD Ibrahim Totic, docent; associate Saima Ugljanin-Bruncevic Course Status: Elective ECTS Points: 8 Condition: Enrolled seventh semester Course Aim– Introducing students with the course Protection of Consumers Rights and directing them to a sensible approach on the consumers’ law, directing to implementation of legal rules in the area of consumers rights, especially in the domain of trying of limiting or destruction of this right by a spam, invalid products or non-quality services. It is of special significance emphasising of the role of consumers as a participant in transactions, respect of their interests, forms of education and respect of the principles valid to the rules on consumers’ protection in the states-members of the European Union. The special aim is a review onto the European legislation and inclusion of domestic into international legislation. Course Outcome– After realisation of teaching curricula, it is expected that a student can understand the issues related to the position of consumers, sellers and the relation between them. The accomplished knowledge should be directed onto prevention of inappropriate appearances in transaction processes, especially with purchase of incorrect goods, with advertising and causing of unwanted conditions harmful for consumers’ health, especially children. Besides, it must be taken care of a correct relation with financial institutions, media that offer different information, with service providers from insurance domain and tourist services, and especially from the area of health protection. There is a special issue of competitiveness, spams and insufficient informing of clients in using of financial services. Course Content– The term of consumers, The term of sellers, Protection of consumers rights, The consumers law onto safety, The products under a special regime of transfer and usage, Elimination of products selling, Legal nature and conditions for producers’ responsibility, The responsibility of producers for body injuries and death they caused, Elimination and limitation of producers’ responsibility, The obligations of a seller in the function of protection of economy consumers’ rights, Selling out of business premises, Home sales, Distant sales and its modalities, Electronic sales, The responsibility of a seller for a product with a flaw, The term of regularity, Protection of consumers in service area, Responsibilities of service provider, Financial services in money transfer and protection of consumers, Consumers’ credits, Financial services in the capital market, The evaluation and protection of unfair contract provisions, Unfair commerce practice, Directive of EU 2005/29, Advertising, Characteristics of advertising, The forms of unfair advertising, The ad in the function of an idea promotion, Directive of the Council (85/374/ЕЕЗ; 5/577/ЕЕЗ; 93/13/ЕЕЗ), Out of court protection of consumers, Institutional consumers’ protection. Literature: Miodrag Micovic, Pravna zastita potrosaca, Pravni fakultet, Univerzitet u Kragujevcu, Institut za pravne i drustvene nauke, 2009, str 213. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures: 3 Exercises: 1 Other

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Scientific-expert, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 403 P Course Name: Commerce Law Professor: PhD Aleksandar Ciric, a full time professor; associate Saima Bruncevic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 10 Condition: Enrolled seventh semester Course Aim: The course aim is developing of scientific knowledge, abilities and kills in writing legal acts from domain of company establishment, commerce contracts, and development of creative skills and knowing on legal skills in contract agreement and bank business, pursuant to modern directions of this scientific discipline. Course Outcome– 1. Understanding of the basic postulates Commerce Law is based upon, with the ability to assume terms and legal logics, as necessary conditions for learning this material. 2. Accomplished knowledge should serve to practical approach in solving certain issues and finding an adequate way to realise certain business operations by using solutions of appropriate regulations from the domain of Commerce Law, consulting legal sources of comparative law. 3. Understanding of regulations of functioning of securities and their importance, and also bank works. 4. Adopting of knowledge on the ways and methods in solving disputes in the transfer of goods, services and money, both at domestic and international market. 5. Gaining of stable base for further professional improvement based on adopted knowledge. Course Content – The first part makes company law or law of economy entities within whom certain forms of economy societies are to be studied. The second part includes, firstly the term, subject and sources of Commerce Law. The content and general regulations on purchase contract and other contracts in economy transfer. Bank works and securities have a special place in Commerce Law. Special attention is to promissory notes, and other money and goods values (shares, bounds, commercial entry, warehouse, cargo list, insurance policy, credit card). Literature:- Mirko Vasiljevic, Kompanijsko pravo (Pravo privrednih drustava), Pravni fakultet u Beogradu, Beograd, 2013, str. 615. Mirko Vasiljevic, Trgovinsko pravo, Pravni fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu, Beograd, 2012, str. 594. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures: 4 Exercises: 1 Other

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Expert-applicative, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 405 P Course Name: International Commerce Law Professor: PhD Aleksandar Ciric, a full time professor; associate Saima Ugljanin-Bruncevic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 6 Condition: Enrolled eighth semester Course Aim– The subject Course include studying of the origin, content and modern development of norms to arrange international transfer of goods, services and money, in the aim of scientific abilities and academic skills, development of creative abilities and knowing on specific practical skills from the area of International Commerce Law. The programme includes the analyse of legal-political origin of norms of International Commerce Law (legal-political and etymology analyse) and its relation with the aim of these norms (teleological analyse), where students build logical-term instrument for gaining competences prescribed by this study programme. Course Outcome– Gaining of knowledge and abilities to evaluate complex, opposes and implementation of the regulations of International Commerce Law in arranging legal transfer of goods, services and money at international plan; understanding of significance of domestic, comparative-national, regional and universal legal sources for making business decisions and their critical reconsideration; accomplishing of a stable base for further professional improvement. Course Content– The material of International Commerce Law is divided into two, issue related entities: general part (International Economy Law) and special part (International Business Law). General part studies regulations to be established for a legal framework of concrete international economy relations and arrange borders of freedom in their origin; The term, subject and place of International Commerce Law in a legal system, Sources and principles of International Commerce Law; Export trade, custom and foreign regulation of the Republic of Serbia; International commerce arbitraries. Special part deals with the issues of international economy contract law (regulations on pre-contract responsibility, clauses of exoneration and contract signing); then contracts of international transfer; and higher forms of international business cooperation, including law of foreign investing. Literature: Radomir Djurovic, Aleksandar Ciric, “Medjunarodno trgovinsko pravo:opsti deo”, Nis, 2005, 320 str. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures: 3 Exercises: 1 Other

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Expert-applicative, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 304 P2 Course Name: Social Law Professor: PhD Aleksandar Petrovic, a full time professor; associate Milan Kostic Course Status: Compulsory ECTS Points: 6 Condition: Enrolled seventh semester Course Aim– To allow students accomplishment of knowledge on the institutes of Social Law, on necessary measured needed for gaining of social security of an individual, family and entire society; introducing and detailed processing of social-legal relations, as a relation between a user of law within a system of social protection and social safety and subjects to secure these rights. Course Outcome– It is expected, after realisation of curricula, students possess adequate knowledge on social risks that shall allow prevention of their causes, i.e. successful elimination of consequences social risks bear. Course Content – The term, aim, subject and significance of Social Law; The relation of Social Law with other law branches; The sources of Social Law; The principles of Social Law; Development of Social Law; Social safety and social state; Social-economy rights; Social policy; Health insurance; Health protection; Pension and invalid insurance; Insurance for unemployed; Social aging; Special protection of children and family; Social protection of soldiers; army invalids and victims of army conflicts. Literature: Jasarevic, S. Socijalno pravo, Novi Sad, 2012. Petrovic, A. Starosne penzije-socijalno osiguranje, Naucna knjiga, Beograd , 1981. Zakon o socijalnoj zastiti (“Sluzbeni glasnik RS”, br. 24/2011) Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures: 3 Exercises: 1 Other

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Study Programme: Law Study Type and Level : Scientific-expert, Bachelor Academic Studies Course Code: 409P3 Course Name: International Humanitarian Law Professor: PhD Milos Petrovic, docent; associate Andrijana Maksimovic Course Status: Elective ECTS Points: 8 Condition: Enrolled eighth semester Course Aim– Accomplishment and development of scientific-expert knowledge and practical skills in preparation of regulation implementation of International Humanitarian Law in situations that need implementation of the regulations of this law branch; developing of listeners of “humanitarian reflex” as a necessary assumption for a successful recognition of situations where there must be activated and implemented humanitarian-legal regulations; not only in situations of a weapon conflict, but also in other situations, including peace, where these regulations are to be implemented. Course Outcome– Understanding of the nature of International Humanitarian Law; developing of the ability to analyse and make synthesis to argumentative and competent discussion in the area of International Humanitarian Law; gaining of abilities to systematic solving of humanitarian issues; knowing of the basic terms, expert and key terms of institutes of International Humanitarian Law; gaining of ability to connect of knowledge from the area of International Humanitarian Law; human rights, International Public and International Criminal Law; gaining of abilities to connect knowledge from humanitarian law with modern tendencies in implementation and diffusion of humanitarian law at a national level. Course Content – The term and subject of International Humanitarian Law of weapon conflicts, Development and origin of IHL; The relation with other branches of international law and other sciences; The sources of IHL, The basic principles of IHL; Scope of implementation of IHL-personal, temporal, territory; Participants in a weapon conflict; The basic principles of IHL; War prisoners; Wounded, sick and medical staff; Protection of civilians in army conflict; Limitations and prohibitions of certain methods and means of war; The implementation of IHL regulations in military operations; Neutrality in army conflict; Non-international army conflict; Implementation and diffusion of IHL. Literature:- M. Petrovic, Medjunarodno humanitarno pravo oruzanih sukoba, Novi Pazar, 2014. Classes Number of Active Teaching: Lectures: 3 Exercises: 1 Other

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