Marta Dragičević Prtenjača was born on December 13th, 1980 in Zagreb. She graduated in 2004 at the Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb. She enrolled in the Criminal Justice Postgraduate Study Program in 2004 and made her PhD in 2014 on the topic of „Criminal perspective of passive bribery in Croatian legal system“.
She worked as a law trainee (2005-2007), a research assistant (2007-2009) on the project "Criminal justice prevention of corruption and organized crime", and was an Assistant Lecturer at the Department of Criminal Law, University of Zagreb (2009 - 2014); Senior Assistant Lecturer at the Faculty (2014-2016); Assistant Professor at the home Faculty (2016-2021) and currently is Associate Professor in Department of Criminal Law, Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb (since 2021).
She is a member of several national and international associations, The Society of University Teachers, Scholars and Other Scientists - Zagreb, member of the Croatian Academy of Legal Sciences, a member of the Croatian Association for Criminal Science and Practice, as well as of the European Society of Criminology, and was an active alternate member in the Commission on Corporate Responsibility and Anti-corruption ICC-Croatia (International Chamber of Commerce-Croatia).
Also she has participated in the work of the Commission for Corporate Social Responsibility and Anti-Corruption of the ICC-Croatia, at the ICC Headquarters in Paris, France, Paris, 11-14.11.2015. and 16. -17.3.2016.
She participated in the drafting of several laws and their amendments, the present-day Criminal Code (as an external associate to the working group for drafting Criminal Code OG 125/11), and its amendments in 2018 (OG 118/18, full member of the working group for the Amendment of the Criminal Code 2018), and also the Law on the Legal Consequences of Conviction, Criminal Records and Rehabilitation (OG 143/12; full member of the Working Group on the Drafting of the Law on the Legal Consequences of Conviction, Criminal Records and Rehabilitation).
She was a member of the IPA-2008 project " Improving the Capacity of the University System to Create a Framework for Preventing Discrimination and Corruption Targeted at Improving Academic Integrity” (2012-2013), also she participated as a researcher on the Multidisciplinary Research Cluster on Crime in Transition - Trafficking in Human Beings, Corruption and Economic Crime”, funded by the Croatian Science Foundation (subsequently: CSF), was a researcher on the Economic and Industrial Espionage in Germany and Europe "WISKOS" - Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law approved and funded by the German Government and currently is a researcher on Innocence project in Croatia today (subsequently: CroINOP) funded by HRZZ and the project "Transitional Justice Research Network", funded by University of Zagreb.
Additionally, she participated as a lecturer or participant in scientific conferences and courses at home and abroad (see CROSBI).
She teaches collegiums Criminal Law (lectures, seminars and exercises), Juvenile Criminal Law and Misdemeanor Law on Integrated Graduate Studies, as well as other courses that hold the Chair of Criminal, if needed.
At the postgraduate level ‘Postgraduate Specialist Study in Criminal Law’, she teaches the courses of Criminal Law- General Part, Criminal Law -Special Part and Misdemeanor Law, and at the Postgraduate Doctoral Study of Criminal Law, teaches Criminal Law -General Part, Criminal Law -Special Part, Young Persons in Criminal Law, and Misdemeanor Law.
She was a mentor in the preparation of 50 graduate thesis and one doctoral dissertation.
She was a member of the Expert Committee of the Faculty of Law in Zagreb in the process of selection to the scientific title of scientific research associate in the field of social sciences, scientific field law, scientific branch Criminal Law, Criminal Procedural Law, Criminology and Victimology (class: 640-01 / 16-22 / 8, no: 251-55-16-19)
She has passed the bar exam, published several (about 28) scientific papers (independently and in co-authorship). She is fluent in English, with passive knowledge of German and French.
Her identification number in the register of scientists is 300321.
Limits of the Power of the Commission for Conflict of Interest in the Light of the Constitutional Court Resolution with Reference to the Conduct of the Commission in Case of Suspicion of a Committed Criminal Offense
1. The new possibility of methodology of sentencing in Croatia de lege ferenda - the new improved formula,
CONFLICT OF INTEREST IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR IN A VORTEX OF TYPOLOGIES AND GOVERNANCE
Polemicizing with the constitutional court decision in consideration of article 86 of the criminal law with the constitution of the Republic of Croatia
State Capture in the Interest of Telecommunication Companies? Responsibility of Transnational and Multinational Telecommunication Companies for Corruption Offenses in Transitional Countries
The influence of (non-methodological) sentencing on the (in)consistency of the case- law in Croatia and the rule of law
Two faces of legal consequences of a conviction in Croatia
TWO FACES OF THE LEGAL CONSEQUENCES OF A CONVICTION IN CROATIA
Exemption from the statute of limitations for war profiteering in the ‘jaws’ of the principles of legality, justice, and efficiency
DOES THE CRIME PAY OFF – (Un)efficiency of confiscation in Croatia - new proposals for its 60th birthday
DOES THE CRIME PAY OFF – (UN)EFFICIENCY OF CONFISCATION IN CROATIA - NEW PROPOSALS FOR ITS 60TH BIRTHDAY
Introduction to European Innocence Network - Croatian perspective
Liber Amicorum Petar Novoselec. Criminal Law: The Synergy of Theory and Practice. Collected Papers in Honor of Professor Petar Novoselec
Perspective in Introducing the Doctrine Doli Incapax in Croatian Juvenile Justice System
Introduction of Doli Incapax in Croatian Juvenile Justice System
Criminal offences against marriage, family and children
Crimes against traffic safety
Possibility of introducing Innocence (DNA) Projects in Croatia
Tax evasion as a criminal offence with special reference to tax havens
ICC Guidelines on Conflict of Interest in Enterprises
WANTON DRIVING (IN ROAD TRAFFIC): ITS CONTROVERSIAL CHARACTERISTICS AND OTHER OPEN QUESTIONS
Alternatives to the Sanction of Deprivation of Freedom
Alternative Sanctions in Croatia
Activities of the Undercover Agents (Agent Provocator)
Activities of the Undercover Agents (Agent Provocator)
DNA and Innocence Projects in Croatia
The Development of Anti-Corruption Criminal Policy in Croatia during the Transition Period and the related Economic Crimes
Criminal Law: Special Part
Light Pollution in the Contex of Criminal Law Protection of the Environment
Migrants, refugees and victims of THB – special reference to “non-punishment” of victims of THB for illegal acts in Croatia
Domestic Violence in Croatia- Criminal Offence or Misdemeanour
The Dichotomy of Solving Domestic Violence through Misdemeanour Law and Criminal Law Regulation
Conflict of Interests in private sector
Migration and smuggling of migrants
Light Pollution in the Context of Criminal Law Protection of the Environment
NATIONAL REPORT: CROATIA DEVELOPMENT OF ECONOMIC CRIMES AND ANTI- CORRUPTION POLICIES IN TRANSITIONAL PERIOD AND ITS CURRENT DOGMATIC BASE AND PROVISIONS
“Innocence Projects” and Subsequent DNA Testing in Croatia : a Possible Reality or an Unattainable Desire?
Freezing and Confiscation of Proceeds of Crime in Croatian Legal System- Legal Framework and Practical Issues
A fine as supplementary punishment in Croatian Criminal Law and jurisprudnece with special focus on its impostion in proceedings conducted for the criminal offence of accepting a bribe
The ratio legis of the statute of limitations in criminal law focusing on the problems of its legal nature
Migration and victims of human trafficking with particular reference to impunity of the victims of THB for the commission of criminal offense"
Change of Anti-Corruption Policies during Transition in Croatia
Legal Framework and Practical Issues of Combating Corruption in Croatia
Statute of the Island of Brac
Impunity for Human Trafficking Victims in Croatia – Legal Standard as a Fiction or Reality
Illegal Markets in Croatia
Corruption in National and International Law
Economic Espionage- Normative Framework and Practical Issues in Croatia
Corruption in the economy and public services
Corruption offenses in practice of Croatian courts – a several case studies
Country Report of Croatia
National Report: Croatia- Penal Law Sanctions
Criminal Offenses of Unauthorized Audio Recording, Eavesdropping, and Unauthorized Photograph Taking/ with Reference to Case-Law of the European Court of Human Rights and Elaboration of the Issues of Privacy and Notion of the Lack of Authorization
Statute of Lastovo
PERPETRATORS AS SEEN BY THE IZALIAN POSITIVIST SCHOOL IN LIGHT OF CONTEMPORARY LEGAL THEORY
Criminal Perspective of Passive Bribery in the Croatian Legal System
The Nexus between the Legalization of Prostitution and THB for Sexual Exploitation
Responsibility of Political Parties for Corruption Criminal Offences
News in the substantive provisions of the Misdemeanour Act
Novelties in the Substantive provisions of the Misdemeanour Act
Votum separatum- comment on decisions of the Croatian Constitutional Court to repeal certain provisions of the Law on Prevention of Conflict of Interest.
Novelties regarding Pardon, the Legal Consequences of Conviction, Rehabilitation and the Disclosure of Data from Criminal Records
Criminal offences of corruption in respect of criminal offences against service: changes and recommendations
REPORT ON ACTIVITIES IN THE SCIENTIFIC PROJECT “SUPPRESSION OF CORRUPTION AND ORGANISED CRIME THROUGH CRIMINAL LAW”
Comparative analyses of passive bribery in the legislature of Finland, the Slovak Republic and the Republic of Croatia
OVERVIEW OF THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL SPRING COURSE -CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH CRIMINAL LAW & SECURITY STUDIES - „The Future Unchained - Terrorism between Law and Politics“
Normative and Practical Aspects of Tax Misdemeanor Legislation and Practice
9th Specialization Course in International Criminal Law for Young Penalists «The Legal Status and Responsibilities of Nonstate Actors under International Humanitarian Law, International Criminal Law and International Human Rights Law» , Siracusa, Italy , May 24th-June 3rd 2009
3rd Interantional Conference of University Professors of Criminal law of the Faculty of Law in Zagreb and the Faculty of law in Ljubljana
Preparatory colloquium to XVIII International congress of penal law Main Challenges Set befor Criminal Justice by Globalisation, Istanbul, Turkey, 20-27 September 2009, Special Procedural Measures and Respect for Human Rights, Pula, 6-9 November 2008
On "parole" in a Prison Without Walls – A Legal and Criminological Analysis of the Requested 'Liberalisation' of Access to Criminal Records
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