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Visit from the delegation of the...
On Thursday, 27 June 2019, a meeting was held between the representatives of the University of Zagreb Faculty of Law, headed by Chair of the Department of Social Theory and Methods Professor Kristina Urbanc, and representatives of the International Office of the partner institution of higher education the ASH Berlin from Germany, headed by Head of International Office. Ms Irene Gropp.
Official visit of Jeollabuk-do...
On Tuesday, 4 June 2019 the University of Zagreb Faculty of Law hosted the Jeollabuk-do Election Commission from the Republic of Korea. The meeting held between faculty representatives headed by commissioner for students with disabilities professor Irena Majstorović from the Chair of Family Law and the delegation leader Mr Park Jong-Berm with his team has raised important topics pertaining to options and means to further the interest of persons with disabilities in enhancing their electoral participation. 
The Women's Handball Team of the...
In the final round of the University League, our women's handball team won against the team from the Faculty of Kinesiology (23-16), thus earning the bronze medal. Our students Mara Budić, Nina Bušić, Mona Jambrušić, Martina Koprivnjak, Marija Kusanić, Sara Lukes, Ana Čosić and Magdalena Žigrović are responsible for achieving such a great result, while Dora Sertić, the Vice President of the Students' Sports Association of the Faculty of Law, was responsible for leading and organizing the team.
First place in the Central and...
A team of students from the Faculty of Law of Zagreb won the first place at the Central and East European Moot Court Competition - CEEMC. The students that competed, Helena Kumpar Zidanić, Fran Marko Stojković, Lorena Suša and Petar Zubić, were trained by Nika Bačić Selanec and Antonija Ivančan, research assistant from the Chair of European Public Law. The competition was held at the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg, where judges and independent lawyers of the Court, along with professors and lawyers, formed part of the panel. On the road to victory, students had to go through five oral pleadings in just two days, during which they represented both sides in a hypothetical case. Our students demonstrated a high level of knowledge and skill in court representation as well as the ability to adapt to the requirements of the procedure and learn from the previous rounds. Team Team and Coaches La Grande Salle d'Audience