FLW Academic Staff participated at the Scientific Conference of the Croatian Academy of Legal Sciences and the Faculty of Law, University of Split, EUROPEANISATION OF CROATIAN PRIVATE LAW

The two-day scientific conference “Europeanization of Croatian private law” was held at the Faculty of Law in Split on 16 and 17. of June 2016. The conference was opened by President of the Croatian Academy of Legal Sciences, prof. dr. Davor Derenčinović and dean of the Faculty of Law in Split prof. dr. Zeljko Radic.

The Conference brought together prominent experts from different fields of legal science. The aim of the conference was to analyze the various segments of the Europeanization of private law, as well as key problems in the process of harmonization and unification of the legal system. Academic staff of the International University of Sarajevo participated the conference and contributed to its work. Assist. Prof. Dr. Emir Sudžuka exposed the presentation entitled "Europeanization of the B&H company law in the absence of a unified legal and economic environment.". The participants were particularly interested and discussed with the author about the current situation in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic of Srpska and the Brcko District, and also gave some proposals to harmonize the law with the applicable European legislation.

Associate Prof. Dr. Dževad Drino and senior teaching assistant. Benjamina Londrc presented a paper entitled " Historical aspects of the influence on medieval Bosnian law by East-Adriatic cities", which is the de jure first Europeanization of the Bosnian medieval law.

The conclusions of the conference will serve as a great contribution to science in terms of definition and solution of problems existing in different aspects in Croatian legal system and the legal systems of neighboring countries in the context of unification and harmonization with the European private law.