Professor of Law and Head of Department for Civil Procedure at the Zagreb University, where he teaches Civil Procedure, Comparative Law and Protection of Human Rights in Europe. He holds degrees in law (LL.B., LL.M., LL.D.) and social sciences (M.A. (phil.), M. A. (literature)) from Zagreb University. He was visiting researcher and scholar at a number of universities, including Harvard Law School (Fulbright grant), and universities of Vienna (Austria), Maastricht (the Netherlands), Oslo and Bergen (Norway), Kazan and Yekaterinburg (Russia), Kyiv (Ukraine), Uppsala (Sweden), Pretoria (South Africa), Curitiba, Rio de Janeiro, Porto Alegre and Vitoria (Brazil) and Milano and Pavia (Italy). As an active member of the International Association of Procedural Law and the German Association for International Procedural Law, he serves on the chief advisory bodies of both organizations (Council, *Rat*). Dr. Uzelac was among the founders of the European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) of the Council of Europe, where he held different functions (*inter alia: *Bureau member from 2003-2006, President of the Task Force on Timeframes of Proceedings – TF-DEL 2005-2006). He has published over 100 papers in various international and national publications, edited over 10 books published by reputable international publishers and wrote two books on topical issues of the law of evidence. As an international expert he worked in the region and Europe, assisting legal reforms and legal collaboration in Bulgaria, Serbia, Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Russia, Ukraine and Kosovo.
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