Department of Law

Lecturers at this Department teach the following courses: Commercial Law, obligatory course for first year students; European Market Law which has been introduced within Jean Monnet project of the European Commission (elective course); Competition Law (elective course); European Contract Law (elective course); Economic Analysis of European Law (elective course); European Company Law (elective course); International Trade Law (elective course); Banking Law (elective course).  

European Union supported, within the framework of Tempus IV programme, international project InterEULawEastEuropean and International Law Master Programme Development in Eastern Europe (Agreement number 2013-4548/001-001) is coordinated by professor Hana Horak, PhD. InterEuLawEast encompasses universities from five different countries and aims at creation, development and implementation of the educational Master degree programme with unified curriculum. Within the framework of the project periodical InterEULawEast - Journal for the International and European Law, Economics and Market Integrations has been launched. The journal is indexed in distinguished legal databases: ProQuest and HeinOnline. See more at: InterEULawEast.

European Commission has awarded Jean Monnet Chair title to the Department of Law in 2008. Jean Monnet Chairs are teaching posts with a specialisation in European integration studies and cofunded by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA).

Department of Law also offers a master programme in "Legal and Economic Framework of Business in the EU".


Hana Horak, PhD

Josipa Žutić

01-238 3272



Office hours:
mon-fri 12-14h

Extra office hours:
thu 16-18h