1. General information

This Privacy Policy (hereinafter: the Policy) describes which of your personal data we collect, how we process it and for what purposes we use it, as well as your rights related to your data.

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law, Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, 10000 Zagreb, OIB: 38583303160 (further: “University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law” or “we”) processes personal data of users of its services and visitors to the site https://www.pravo.unizg.hr/ in accordance with the current regulations governing the protection of personal data (General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679).

We respect your privacy and process personal data fairly and legally, exclusively on the basis of valid legal grounds, i.e. in accordance with your consent for processing.

2. Method and purposes of personal data processing

Promotional messages

Access to the website https://www.pravo.unizg.hr/ is free and does not require registration. If you want to receive promotional messages about our products and services, you can choose a simple registration of your e-mail address in the web form, without the need for registration. You can opt-out of receiving promotional messages at any time by selecting the opt-out option provided in the received promotional message.


If you contact us with your inquiries, we process the data you provide us exclusively to provide the requested information. After answering your query, we will delete the submitted data.

Personal data that are necessary to resolve product complaints are kept for 12 months from the date of receipt in accordance with the regulations governing consumer rights.

3. Protection of personal data

We process collected personal data with the mandatory application of appropriate legal, technical and organizational security measures to prevent any unauthorized data processing. Access to your personal data is limited only to those employees who need this information to provide our services. We continuously educate our employees about the importance of data confidentiality and the preservation of privacy and the protection of your data. We collect only those data that are necessary for the processing in question and we do not keep them for longer than is necessary or determined by law.

4. Your rights

At any time, you can ask us for information about the processing of your personal data and request the exercise of the following rights:

  • right to access data relating to you
  • correction or amendment of your personal data so that they are always correct
  • deletion of personal data (if there are no justified reasons for data storage)
  • restriction of personal data processing
  • withdrawal of consent for data processing (e.g. for receiving promotional messages)

If you believe that one of your rights has been violated, you can file a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Agency at the contact:

Martićeva ulica 14, HR – 10 000 Zagreb, email: azop@azop.hr

5. Contact for personal data protection

Requests, complaints or inquiries related to the processing and protection of personal data can be sent to the e-mail address pisarnica@pravo.hr

In accordance with the applicable legal regulations governing the protection of personal data, any request/inquiry will be resolved as soon as possible, and no later than within 30 days of receipt. When contacting and making the above requests, we will make reasonable efforts to confirm your identity and prevent unauthorized processing of personal data.

Personal data protection manager

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law

Trg Republike Hrvatske 3, Zagreb

HR – 10000

6. Personal data protection rules of other websites/third parties of third parties

On this page you may find links to other websites or portals. The rules on the protection of personal data on these portals may be different from these Rules.

Therefore, please familiarize yourself with the rules on the protection of personal data that are applied on the pages of another portal or social network, or by third parties.

In the event of changes to this Policy, we will notify you on this page and update the privacy policy change date below as follows.

These Rules were last amended on February 14, 2023.

HTTP Cookies

Terms of Use of “cookies”

By using the website for the first time, it is considered that you are fully familiar with these Terms, that they are clear to you and that you accept them. If you do not agree with them, please do not access the website and do not use its contents. If you have any questions or ambiguities related to the Terms of Use, please contact us by email address: pisarnica@pravo.hr

We reserve the right to change the appearance and content of the website and the Terms of Use, so please review them periodically to familiarize yourself with possible changes. We will consider your subsequent use of the website to constitute your acceptance of any possible changes.


Cookies are small files that are stored on a computer or mobile device when we visit a website. Cookies allow the website to “remember” the visitor’s activities or settings from previous visits, so that they can be applied automatically on the next visit. In this way, the website already “knows” that you have already been here and in some cases adjusts what you see on the screen. Cookies are most often used to remember specific user preferences, to help enter information that has already been entered during previous visits. https://www.pravo.unizg.hr/ uses the so-called cookies – a set of data that serves as your anonymous individual identifier, in the way that the website sends it to your browser and stores it on your computer. Cookies are used for the functioning of all website features and a better user experience.

We also divide cookies into first-party and third-party cookies. First-party cookies come from the website you are currently on, while third-party cookies come through advertisements or through external services from other websites. First-party cookies are used, in addition to the proper functioning of websites, for statistical monitoring of activities on the website. The data collected for this purpose includes the user’s IP address, information about the browser, language, operating system and other standard statistical data that is collected and analyzed exclusively in anonymous and bulk form. Third-party cookies are most often used by advertising networks to analyze user behavior on various websites. The purpose of the analysis is user profiling according to demographics, interests, etc. – which is most often used for advertising purposes

How do cookies actually work?

Cookies store information in the form of “key” and “value” pairs within text files.

When accessing the website, https://www.pravo.unizg.hr/ cookies identify browser parameters, but not the users themselves. In short, the purpose of cookies is benevolent, they are not harmful and cannot carry viruses and enable a better user experience when surfing.

If you do not agree to the use of cookies, you can easily delete (or prevent) them on your computer using the settings of the browser you are using. More information on cookie management is available on the pages of the browser you are using or at www.allaboutcookies.org.

Since the purpose of cookies is to improve and enable the best possible user experience of using our website and its processes in the full scope of their functionality, please note that by preventing or deleting cookies, you may disable the functionality of website features or cause a different operation and appearance in your browser.


The website https://www.pravo.unizg.hr/ uses the Google Analytics tool for statistical monitoring of user activity . User activity is monitored to ensure the proper functioning of the website and with the aim of improving the site and improving the user experience. Google Analytics does not enable user identification, although it processes some types of private data such as IP address. This is achieved by data aggregation and anonymization techniques such as IP address masking.

Detailed information about this service and the cookies it uses, as well as about the possibilities for users to regulate the monitoring of their own activity, is available at: https: //www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html.