Aleksandar Marsavelski, LLM (Yale), PhD (Freiburg/Zagreb) is an Associate Professor in the Zagreb Law Faculty (Chair of Criminal Law) and a political party law scholar. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Zagreb, where he received the Dean´s Award for Excellence and Rector´s Award for Best Paper. After graduation, he worked as junior assistant in the Ministry of Justice of Croatia, and then became a member of the Law Commission that drafted the Criminal Code of Croatia. Since 2010 he has taught at the University of Zagreb, and has been a member of the Executive Committee of the Croatian Unit of UNESCO Chair in Bioethics. In 2011 he was a member of the Law Commission that drafted theLaw on the Non-Applicability of Statutory Limitations to Crimes of War Profiteering in Croatia. He was also one of the initiators of the Law on the Rights of Victims of Sexual Violence during the War in Croatia. He currently serves as Appointed Member of the Committee on Human and National Minority Rights of the Croatian Parliament (10th term). He also advises the Croatian Government as one of the leading Croatian experts on hate crime and human trafficking.