Kristina Vuljaj is an Attorney at Law at Zunic Law Firm Novi Sad.
Kristina joined Zunic Law Firm in 2015.
While working at Zunic Law Firm, Kristina specialized in the field of rights of foreigners, and immigration law. Kristina Vuljaj represents clients in this field, regarding the relocation of their business to the territory of the Republic of Serbia, secondment of employees to the Republic of Serbia, for both local, as well as foreign companies.
Besides specializing in the field of rights of foreigners, Kristina is also the head of the company law department, focusing on corporate law and M&A, as well as banking law. She is also the head of the family law department, where she mostly works on cases with an international element.
Kristina successfully applies her expertise in the field of rights of foreigners specifically in the fields related to company law and family law. She has represented clients from various countries, from all over the world, both in proceedings before the authorities of the Republic of Serbia, as well as proceedings before the European Court of Human Rights, and foreign central authorities in proceedings with the application of the international convention, in which she has brought immense success to Zunic Law Firm, with a success rate of almost 100%.
Kristina obtained her Bachelor’s Degree at the Faculty of Law, University of Novi Sad graduating among 1% top of the class. She also completed her LL.M. studies in International Trade Law and International Affairs at the Faculty of Law at the University of Novi Sad. Her master’s thesis entitled “The Question of Independent State of Kurdistan and the Right to Self- determination of People” was awarded the highest grade.
During her studies, Kristina received various acknowledgments for her academic success. She was also actively involved in the organization of different academic activities as a student representative at the European Law Student Association (ELSA). Kristina was a member of a team representing her faculty at the most prestigious international competition in international law, Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition in Washington DC, USA. Prior to that, she also competed in regional rounds in Vienna achieving great success.
As one of the best 60 students in the Republic of Serbia, Kristina was awarded a scholarship by the German Embassy in Belgrade and the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany as part of their Welcome to Germany Project. Within this scholarship program, she had the opportunity to participate in various lectures, conferences, and seminars at the University of Regensburg. As a result of this scholarship, Kristina also gained rigorous training in the field of economics, regional development, human rights, security, and EU foreign policy. Kristina was also an intern at the Provincial Secretariat for Education, Regulations, Administration, and National Minorities at the Government of Autonomous Province of Vojvodina.
Kristina speaks Serbian (native) and she is fully fluent in English and German.