Members of the firm were educated and trained at some of the world’s finest institutions and were recipients of the most prestigious scholarships and awards in the country and abroad, which has been a tremendously powerful asset in an increasingly mobile profession, such as legal.
Isidora got caught up in the legal profession in 2001, immediately upon graduating from the Novi Sad University School of Law as one of the top 5 students in her generation. She received scholarships from the US Department of State, the German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation (IRZ), the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), and was commended each year by the University of Novi Sad for her success in course of her studies.
Meanwhile, she attained valuable professional experience in complex legal matters and founded her own law firm in 2012. Previously, she was a partner in another prominent law office as of 2005, where her engagement required legal expertise in many areas.
Isidora’s special areas of expertise are corporate and commercial law, contracts and torts, antitrust law, mergers and acquisitions, foreign direct investments, intellectual property law, privatization of socially-owned enterprises, alternative dispute resolution, private international law and energy law.
She is a licensed court translator for the English language, while she also speaks German and French.
She is the President of the Serbian Fulbright Alumni Association and member of the Council of Lecturers of the Vojvodina Bar Association Academy. She was a mentor in the “Share Your Knowledge – Become a Mentor” program organized under the auspices of the OSCE, US Embassy in Serbia, Erste Bank and the European Movement in Serbia. She acts as a member of Matica Srpska’s Board for Legal and Statutory Matters.
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Maja engages in commercial, international commercial and intellectual property law, arbitrations, contracts, antitrust, state aid and energy law – in particular renewable energy sources and energy efficiency.
She is a full member of the Belgrade Arbitration Center (BAC), WISE SEE (Women in Sustainable Energy South-East Europe) and Junior Chamber International of Novi Sad. She participated in several international conferences, summer schools and courses in private international and arbitration law, as well as at the prestigious Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Vienna in 2014.
She received scholarships from the German Foundation for international legal cooperation (IRZ), the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany, BAYHOST, ERASMUS+ as well as the Teyner Pic scholarship for attending the International Academy for Arbitration Law in Paris in 2016.
She is fluent in English and German, and has limited knowledge of Russian.
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Biljana is a fellow of the A-SMYLE/FLEX program by the US Department of State, through which she earned her high school degree with a US institution. She graduated in 2017 from the Novi Sad University School of Law, at which she currently pursues her LL.M. degree.
In 2018, she received ERASMUS+ scholarship to attend a six-month course in common law at the Karl Franzens University in Graz, Austria.
She was an intern at the European Affairs Fund of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina and also acted as leader/project mentor at the international summer business and leadership program “Global Village for Future Leaders in Business and Industry” of the Lehigh University Iacocca Institute. She was a mentee in the “Share Your Knowledge – Become a Mentor” program organized under the auspices of the OSCE, US Embassy in Serbia, Erste Bank and the European Movement in Serbia.
As of September 2018 she has been a legal trainee in the Law Office Nikolić Savin.
She is fluent in English and can get by in German in Spanish.
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