Ivana Stefanović

Attorney at Law | Partner


Tel. +381 11 3285 175

Mob. +381 64 6688 360

Fax. +381 11 3285 198


Belgrade Office

Carice Milice 3, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia

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Expertise and Languages

Employment Law, Work and residence permits for foreignersCorporate Law,  Commercial Law, Litigation, Mediation, Family and Inheritance Law


Education and Professional Career

2017 Appointed mediator on the list of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Serbia
2014 Admitted to all courts of law in Republic of Serbia
2009 Law Office TSG Belgrade
2009 Graduated from Faculty of Law of Union University in Belgrade
2008 Preparation and presentation of a paper on the topic of “Taxes on Use, Possession and Carrying of Goods” at a seminar in the field of Tax Law, organised by Union University Faculty of Law, mentored by Professor Hasiba Hrustić
2008 Visit to European judicial institutions in Brussels, Luxembourg, and Strasbourg as part of seminar “Introduction to the Law of the European Union”, organised by Professor Aleksandra Čavoški
2007 Participation in project Student Internship at Municipal Courts in Belgrade organised by “Young Lawyers of Serbia”
2005 Lecturer at “International Commercial Arbitration” seminar held at Faculty of Law of Union University, mentored by Professors Vesna Rakić Vodinelić and David Dašić
2003 Deloitte & Touche Auditors – Personal Secretary to the CEO

Ivana Stefanović provides counselling on business planning strategy for incorporation, changes of legal status, day-to-day operations of companies and other legal entities, she also prepares general bylaws and commercial contracts. She excels in handling Employment Law issues. Ivana prepares individual and general bylaws in this area, and offers a full range of counselling and representation services in labour disputes. Ivana has considerable hands-on experience in representing foreign nationals in procedures for establishing their legal status in Serbia regarding personal and employment matters. This includes representing clients before local authorities in procedures for obtaining work status (temporary residence and work permits).

She gives guidance and representation services on a broad range of matters in the Family Law area. In 2017 she was appointed mediator on the list of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Serbia.