Lazic Law Firm was founded in 2010 with the aim to provide legal services both in national and International Law.
The Firm represents clients in criminal proceedings, and in all types of civil proceedings, both national and international in character, providing services of legal counseling, drafting of contracts and other documents, as well as taking all other necessary legal actions. In addition to the legal associates, the Firm cooperates with numerous external partners.
Based on extensive legal experience and ongoing training in Croatia and abroad, the objective of the Firm is to provide each client, domestic and international, natural and legal person, with a service that meets the highest international standards in representation before the courts and other institutions.
Davor Lazić, Attorney-at-law, provides legal advice and representation before national courts and other institutions for both domestic and international clients in both civil and criminal matters. In addition to national law he also deals with European Union Law and International Law.
From the very beginning of his practice he is also active in the field of International Criminal Law. He held a number of different functions before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague. He also worked as an expert advisor for International Criminal Law Services Foundation on the project of preparation of materials for training centers for lawyers in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia, and international lecturers ("Supporting the Transfer of Knowledge and Materials of War Crimes Cases from the ICTY to National Jurisdictions” as a part of the War Crimes Justice Project).
He is constantly improving his skills by attending numerous seminars in Croatia and abroad on various topics of European Union Law and International Law. He also appears before the Faculties of Law of the University of Amsterdam and Zagreb holding lectures in International Criminal Law.
|International Public Law
and International Private Law
|European Union Law
|Real Estate Law
|Intellectual Property Law
|Civil and commercial disputes