Đorđe Gardašević is a full professor at the Department of Constitutional Law of the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb (Croatia). He received his LL.B. degree at the Faculty of Law in Zagreb in 1998, an LL.M. degree in comparative constitutional law with specialization in human rights at the Central European University (Budapest) in 2000, and his S.J.D. degree at the Faculty of Law in Zagreb in 2010. The title of his master’s thesis was “The Independence and Impartiality of Courts – Article 6 of the European Convention for Human Rights” and the title of his doctoral thesis was “Restrictions of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms in States of Emergency”.

He participated, among other events, at the 7th and 9th World Congresses of the International Association for Constitutional Law (Athens, 2007, Oslo 2014), at the 22nd and 23rd Congresses of the International Political Science Association – IPSA (Madrid, 2012, Montreal, 2014), at the World Conventions of the Association for the Study of Nationalities (New York, 2017, 2018, 2019), at the Annual Conference of the International Society of Public Law (ICON-S, Wroclaw, 2022), at conferences organized by the European Public Law Organization (Komotini, 2007), the Central European Political Science Association (Bratislava, 2006), the Inter-University Centre (Dubrovnik, 2000-2013) and the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts.

He has been a member of the Croatian Association for Constitutional Law, the Croatian Academy of Legal Sciences, the International Political Science Association (IPSA) and the American Political Science Association (APSA).

Since 2021 he has served as an external member of the Committee for Constitution, Standing Orders and Political System of the Croatian Parliament.