Marta Dragičević Prtenjača assistant professor at the Department of Criminal Law at the Faculty since 2015.
She is a member of the Croatian Association for Criminal Sciences and Practice, Croatian Association for European Criminal Law, Criminology Balkan Group, a replacement member of the Commission on Corporate Responsibility and Anti-Corruption, ICC -Croatia, and is a member of the European Society of Criminology. She participated in the development of today's Criminal Code as external associate of working group for drafting the Criminal Code; was a member of the working group for drafting the Law on the legal consequences, criminal records and rehabilitation; was a member of the team on the project IPA 2008 "Improving the Capacity of the University System to Create a Framework for Preventing Discrimination and Corruption aimed at Improving Academic Integrity" (2012-2013), and is currently a researcher on the project "Multidisciplinary Research Cluster on Crime and Transition -Trafficking in Human Beings, Corruption and Economic Crime", and international - scientific project "WISKOS" conducted by the Max Planck Institute for foreign and international criminal law, approved and financed by the German Government. She is one of the executive editor of Yearbook Croatian Academy of Legal Science and has been a reviewer of papers published in the Croatian Annual of Criminal Sciences and Practice.
She participates in teaching the course Criminal Law (lectures, seminars and exercises), Juvenile Criminal Law, Economic Criminal Law and Misdemeanor Law at Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb. She was a mentor in 14 graduate theses, and mentor in paper which received the Dean's Award.
She passed the bar exam, published about nine scientific papers (individual and as coauthor), and had presentations at several national and international scientific conferences. Fluent in English, and understands German.