Jelena Đukanović is an Attorney at Law at Zunic Law Firm. Jelena joined the Firm in 2018.
Her areas of expertise include Employment Law, Data Protection Law, Commercial Law, and Litigation.
Within the Data Protection Law, Jelena worked on numerous projects, which included preparation of data privacy agreements and documents, conducting data protection and GDPR awareness training and compliance projects for national and international clients from multiple sectors – from information technology, finance, fitness to public safety, cybersecurity, and e-commerce.
In the field of Employment Law, Jelena has advised and represented many national and international companies, especially from the IT sector, providing legal support in drafting complex employment documents and representation in workplace related disputes.
Together with her colleagues from the Commercial Law department, Jelena has successfully completed work on numerous projects, which included comprehensive legal advising, drafting different types of contracts, preparation of terms and conditions for client’s websites mostly in the e-commerce industry.
Jelena is also continuously working on numerous, complex litigation proceedings, where she represents both national and international companies managing all phases of the litigation from the pre-trial preparations to trial, settlement, and appeal processes.
After Jelena obtained Bachelor’s Degree at the University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Law among the top 1% of the class, she enrolled to master studies at the University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Law. She completed her LL.M. studies with the master’s thesis entitled “Determining the amount of the annuity as a form of compensation for pecuniary damage” and was awarded the highest grade.
During her general legal and master studies, Jelena was a scholar of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development.
As a judicial intern at Basic court in Novi Sad, she participated in legal trainee workshops and simulation of trials in civil law – litigation procedure, which were carried out with the support of the project “Improving the efficiency of the judiciary in the Republic of Serbia”, funded by the European Union.
Jelena speaks Serbian (native) and is fully fluent in English.