Prof Dr Tatjana Josipović - CV
Prof Dr Tatjana Josipović has been a Professor of Civil Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Zagreb since 2004. She got tenure in March 2009. Prior to this, she was an intern-postgraduate, Assistant Lecturer, Senior Assistant Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor at the same Faculty.
Before joining the Faculty of Law of the University of Zagreb she was an articling clerk-volunteer at court and in a law firm. She passed her bar examination in 1987.
Tatjana Josipović completed her undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Law of the University of Zagreb and graduated in 1985. She completed postgraduate studies in Commercial Law and obtained her Masters Degree on the thesis "Contesting the Debtor's Legal Acts". She obtained the academic degree of Doctor of Legal Sciences, having defended her thesis "Systems of Making Public Rights on Property as the Basis for Protecting Confidence in Legal Relations".
She has had advanced training abroad. Her permanent cooperation with the Max-Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg, Germany, is prominent.
Prof Dr Tatjana Josipović is a member of a number of scholarly and professional associations. She is a fellow of the Academy of Legal Sciences of Croatia; a member of the Croatian Society for Civil Law Science and Practice; the Association for the Promotion of the Academy of European Law, Trier; Freunde des Hamburger Max-Planck-Instituts für ausländisches und internationales Privatrecht, Hamburg; the Society of European Contract Law (SECOLA).
Mrs Josipović has written many scholarly and professional papers and several books on civil law and European private law.
She is a recipient of the Croatian Academy of Arts and Sciences' award for her remarkable and lasting contribution to the Republic of Croatia in the field of Social Sciences in 1999 (together with Prof Dr Nikola Gavella, Prof Dr Igor Gliha, Prof Dr Vlado Belaja and Prof Dr Zlatan Stipković).
She speaks English and German.