TEODORA MILJOJKOVIĆ is a PhD candidate at the Central European University, Department of Legal Studies, Vienna, a member of the Belgrade Legal Theory Group and an intern at the Democracy Institute in Budapest. She completed her undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Law in Belgrade in 2018, and her master's studies at the Central European University in Budapest in 2019 with the thesis "The Importance of the Constitutional Court in the Democratization Process - The Case of Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia." In her doctoral thesis, she deals with comparative legal analysis of the issue of judicial reform from the perspective of the principles of the rule of law and judicial independence under the mentorship of professor and former judge of the European Court of Human Rights, András Sajó. In 2021 she was engaged in the project of the Judicial Research Center CEPRIS (Serbia) which aimed at monitoring and critically assessing the ongoing judicial reforms in Serbia.
In the course of her studies, she participated in the organization of numerous conferences and seminars under the auspices of the Belgrade Legal Theory Group and the Serbian Association for Legal and Social Philosophy. She has been engaged as an associate and deputy editor for the legal portals Jurist, ICON-International Journal of Constitutional Law, Review of Democracy. She is currently a member of the editorial board of the journal Eudaimonia, organizational board member of the BLTG and an assistant editor to the Review of Democracy. In 2020, she was appointed a teaching assistant to Professor András Sajó in the course Rule of Law and Illiberal Democracies at the Central European University in Vienna.
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