19 Apr 2024

Gecić Law and BU’s Faculty of Law Cooperate on Law and Technology Clinic

Gecić|Law and the University of Belgrade’s Faculty of Law are proud to announce a cooperation agreement signed yesterday.  The agreement defines collaboration on the recently established a Law and Technology Clinic.  The pioneering educational initiative integrates cutting-edge technology with practical legal training.  This partnership highlights our dedication to enhancing the educational landscape for law students through innovative approaches.

The Law and Technology Clinic

The clinic, initiated by Prof. Dr. Dušan V. Popović, a renowned professor in this emerging field, will be open to fourth-year undergraduate students.  The Law and Technology Clinic offers a dynamic and interactive learning environment where students can gain deep insights into the intersection of law and technology, including topics such as AI, cybersecurity, and data privacy.

Students participating in the clinic will benefit from direct involvement with experts from both the academic and professional spheres.  This includes specialists from public and private sectors. This will bridge the gap between theoretical studies and practical application.  The clinic will also enhance their understanding and skills in managing real-world legal challenges in technology.

Additionally, the clinic includes opportunities for internships at Gecić|Law, allowing students to apply their knowledge in professional settings.  This comprehensive approach ensures that participants are well-prepared for both administrative and judicial practices in Serbia and beyond.

Bogdan Gecić, founding partner at Gecić|Law, emphasized the importance of this initiative, stating: “This agreement is a testament to our commitment to the educational and professional development of young lawyers.  It sets a new standard in legal education by merging law with technology, areas both constantly evolving.  We are excited to be at the forefront of this innovative educational endeavor with the Faculty of Law at the University of Belgrade.”

This cooperation not only prepares students for the complex challenges of today’s technology-driven legal environment but also significantly contributes to the professional readiness of future legal professionals in Serbia.