Judge Dr Tijana Šurlan
Tijana Šurlan, née Popović, was born in Belgrade, in 1972. She attended the Fifth Belgrade Grammar School, which she completed in 1991, and with nine-point-seventeen GPA graduated from the Faculty of Law of Belgrade University, where she also received her master and doctoral degree, summa cum laude.

After graduation, she acquired her first work experience at the Law Office Nedić-Pilipović. She found employment with the Police Academy in 1997, as an assistant–intern in subjects International Public Law and International Relations. She was appointed as docent at the Criminal Police Academy (CPA) in 2010, for the subject International Public Law, and became an associate professor in 2015. In addition to her main subject, she lectured also in subjects Human Rights and International Human Rights.

She gave expert lectures at „Koča Popović“  Diplomatic Academy, a department of the Ministry of Exterior of the Republic of Serbia, at the Forum for Diplomacy and International Affairs of the Faculty of Law of Belgrade University, at the Regional Academy of the United Nations,  and took part in the lectures organised at the CPA in collaboration with the International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program, US Department of Justice (ICITAP). She gave lectures as a visiting lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Crime and Public Administration of Lausanne University in February and May 2016.

She acted as an Associate Dean of the CPA, in charge of the second level and responsible also for international collaboration in the period may 2015 – December 2016. She is on editorial team of many magazines and collections and took part in a number of international and national conferences and clinics. She published a number of books and articles, among which also International Public Law, which she co-authored with Prof. Dr. Milenko Kreća.

She acted in the capacity of advisor to the Republic Public Prosecutor for War Crime in the case of Gnjilane group in 2012-2013. She participated  as a member of a working group in drafting the Law on Removing the Consequences of Deprivation of Property of the holocaust victims without any living legal heirs.

She is a member of the Serbian International Law Association, Serbian branch of the International Law Association (ILA), as well as the European Society for International Law, the seat of which is in Florence.

She can speak, read and write in English and Russian, and can read in French.

She was appointed a Constitutional Court Judge in December 2016.

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• Tomislav B. Stojković, LLM • Sabahudin Tahirović • Dr. Jovan Ćirić  Dr. Milan Škulić  Dr. Tijana Šurlan                                  

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