Mirko graduated and earned LL. B. degree and Specialist of Science degree from the Faculty of Law University of Montenegro in 2009. The same year he got elected as Vice President of European Law Students' Association (ELSA International) and he spent one year managing projects for ELSA in Brussels offices. Upon his return to Montenegro in 2010 he got enrolled at the University of Belgrade at the POGESTEI MA programme in European Integration Law. Focus of his thesis was Accession of the EU to the European Convention on Human Rights.
In the same time he was employed as a teaching assistant at the University of Donja Gorica (Montenegro) , where he was teaching European Union Law, EU Anti-discrimination law and Human Rights as well as Political System of Montenegro.
In 2015 he was selected as external consultant and legal expert for European Commission in Montenegro, working for the European Union Delegation to Montenegro on the tasks involving monitoring and reporting on Montenegro's preparations for EU accession.
In 2016 he was a recipient of the National Excellence Award and was accepted as Visiting Researcher at the Central European University where he started his initial research on legal, ethical and social aspects of bio-printing technology and transplant surgeries.
In 2017 under Japanese Government Scholarship (MEXT) he was elected as research student at the Kyushu University under the supervision of prof. Ryu Kojima where at the Graduate School of Law and Politics he worked on the topic of New Technologies and biomedicine. At the same time he continued to obtain LL.M. degree in International Economic and Business Law where in September 2018 he defended his thesis: "Regulating new technologies in the 21st century: the case of the 3D printing in biomedicine". Whilst in Japan, Mirko also taught English with a private language school in Fukuoka and worked with Japanese legal professionals.
He is a recipient of the Montenegrin Academy of Science and Arts award for his achievements in research and academy.
Mirko joined the Department of Legal Studies as an S.J.D. student in 2018. His research will further on focus on bioprinting technology through the prism of comparative constitutional law, bioethics and human rights as well as intellectual property and new technology law.