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Lasting partnerships

We see our clients as our long term partners and not as one-time customers.

Aleksandra Stojanovic, LL.M.

Practice Area

  • Corporate, Commercial, M&A
  • Data Protection
  • Contract Law
  • Public Procurement
  • Real Estate & Construction
  • Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare

Contact Details

Aleksandra Stojanovic, LL.M.

ATTORNEY AT LAW

Education

LL.B. – University of Niš Faculty of Laws
LL.M. – University of Niš Faculty of Laws

Primary areas of expertise
Corporate, Commercial, M&A
Data protection
Contract Law
Public Procurement

Languages

Serbian (Native)
English
Deutsch

MEMBERSHIPS

Bar Association of Belgrade

Experience

Aleksandra is an associate in Doklestic & Partners Office in Belgrade. She is a member of the Corporate & Commercial and Real Estate Department. She is specializing in wide range of corporate and commercial matters, including M&A, contractual law, consumer protection, data protection, public procurement. Pharmaceuticals and healthcare matters also fall within her areas of expertise. She also advises corporate clients in every stage of real estate development. Aleksandra earned her L.L.B. at the University of Niš, Faculty of Laws, as one of the best students of her generation. She obtained an LL.M. degree in International Criminal Law at the University of Niš, Faculty of Laws.

During her studies, along with her colleagues from the Faculty of Laws, she participated in various moot court competitions, achieving significant successes, inter alia, first place at the Trans-European Moot Court Competition before the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, fourth place at the Elsa Moot Court Competition before the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, fifth place for written memoranda at the International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition in Nuremberg.

PUBLICATIONS

“Crime Against Humanity as an International Crime”, master thesis.

 

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