Dr. Vladimir M. Djerić
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Dr. Vladimir M. Djerić

Vladimir Djerić advises and represents clients in matters concerning company, commercial and arbitration law, advertisement law, public international law and human rights.

Vladimir Djeric has acted as counsel in international arbitrations (ICSID, ICC, UNCITRAL, Foreign Trade Court of Arbitration of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce) and before international courts and tribunals (ICJ, ECHR, ICTY). He has also served as arbitrator (Arbitration of the Chamber of Commerce of Serbia, Foreign Trade Court of the Montenegrin Chamber of Commerce).

He was advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of FR Yugoslavia/Serbia and Montenegro from 2000 to 2004. During his service in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, he was Co-Agent for FR Yugoslavia/Serbia and Montenegro in cases before the ICJ. He was some time substitute member and rapporteur of the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe.

Practice Areas:

Dispute Resolution, Corporate and Commercial Law, Privacy and Data Protection and Media, Entertainment & Advertising Law.


University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, MI, USA (S.J.D., 2008); Bar exam (2005); University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, MI, USA (LL.M., 1995); Central European University, Budapest, Hungary (LL.M. in Comparative Constitutional Law, 1994); Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade (LL.B., 1993).


Belgrade Bar Association; International Law Association of Serbia; European Society of International Law; ABA.


Serbian, English.


Vladimir Djeric has co-authored an article on the Constitutional Court of Serbia

Thursday, 05. July 2018.

"Hague Journal on the Rule of Law" in its April 2018 issue features an article about the Constitutional Court of Serbia authored by Vladimir Djeric of MJB and Professor Tatjana Papic of the Union University Faculty of Law, see  “On the Margins of Consolidation: The Constitutional Court of Serbia”, Hague Journal on the Rule of Law, Vol. 10, Issue 1, pp. 59-82, https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40803-017-0066-x