Croatia - Tamara Perisin

Responsible for the National page on Croatia
Tamara Perisin graduated at the Faculty of Law in Zagreb in 2002, and earned in 2003 the title M Jur in European and Comparative Law at the University of Oxford. In 2004, she was an ACE researcher at the T.M.C. Asser Institute.

Working experience:

 

2005 – present Member of the Working Group for Free Movement of Goods, EU Accession Negotiating Team of the Croatian Government
2002 – present University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law – assistant at the Department for European Public Law
2003 – present Sworn court interpreter for the English language – County Court, Zagreb
2004 – present Executive editor of the Croatian Yearbook of European Law and Policy
2004 – 2005 Internship – Municipal Court, Zagreb
2001 – 2002 Research assistant on the Croatian-Finnish project “Adjustment of the Croatian Legal System to the EU Gender Equality Law and Gender Related Social Policy”
1998 – 2001 Research assistant on the project “European Court of Human Rights”, Croatian Law Center


Publications
-   Interaction of Fundamental (Human) Rights and Fundamental (Market) Freedoms in the EU, Croatian Yearbook of European Law and Policy, vol. 2, Zagreb, 2006
 
-   Balancing Sovereignty with the Free Movement of Goods in the EU and the WTO - Non-Pecuniary Restrictions on Free Movement of Goods”, Croatian Yearbook of European Law and Policy, vol. 1, Zagreb 2005
 
-   Human Rights Protection under the EU Constitution, (“Zaštita ljudskih prava po Ustavu Europske unije”), Journal of the Faculty of Law in Zagreb (Zbornik Pravnog fakulteta u Zagrebu), Zagreb, vol. 5. 2005.
 
-   “Non-Discriminatory Measures and Fundamental Freedoms”, MJur thesis, University of Oxford, 2003.
 
-   Admissibility of National Measures in Relation to the Free Movement in the European Union, Journal of the Faculty of Law in Zagreb (Zbornik Pravnog fakulteta u Zagrebu), Zagreb, 2003.
 
-   European Standards of Gender Equality – Political and Legal Obligation in “Equality of Men and Women – Law and Policy in Croatia and EU” (Europski standardi ravnopravnosti spolova – politički i pravni zahtjev u “Jednakost muškaca i žene – pravo i politika u Hrvatskoj i EU”), ed. Siniša Rodin, IMO, Zagreb, 2003.
 
Academic Activities

2006 Lectures within the course “Law of the Internal Market”, Master of European Studies programme, Faculty of Political Science, Zagreb
2006 Paper presentation “Free Trade and Protection of Values: The EU and its International Relations within the WTO”, 6th Biennial Conference of ECSA-C, Victoria, B.C. Canada
2006 Paper presentation “Sovereignty and Free Trade – Free Movement of Goods in the EU”, SJD Colloquium, University of Michigan Law School, USA
2006 Lecture “Process of Accession to the European Union”, University of Michigan Law School, USA
2006 Paper presentation “Free Movement of Goods and Protection of Values in the EU”, 4th International Jean Monnet Seminar, Inter-University Center, Dubrovnik
2005 Lectures at workshop series “Law of the European Union on the Internet”, Institute for International Relations, Zagreb
2005 Conference “South East Europe: The EU’s Next Enlargement”, St Anthony’s College, Oxford
2005 Paper presentation “Balancing Sovereignty with Free Movement of Goods in the EU and the WTO”, 3rd International Jean Monnet Seminar, Inter-University Center, Dubrovnik
2004 Lectures at ELSA’s (European Law Students’ Association) international conference “Human Rights and Globalization”, Inter-University Center, Dubrovnik
2004 Lecture “Balancing Sovereignty with Free Movement of Goods in the EU and the WTO”, Asser College Europe, T.M.C. Asser Institute, The Hague
2004 Paper presentation “Human Rights Protection under the EU Constitution and its Significance for Croatia” at the international seminar “Advanced Issues of European Law – Jean Monnet Module”, Dubrovnik
2003 – 2004 Coach of the Zagreb Law Faculty team at the European Law Moot Court (ELMC). Result: taking part in the ELMC semi-finals, Lisbon
2003 Paper presentation “Admissibility of National Measures in Relation to the Free Movement in the European Union” at the Symposium “Law of the European Union and Adjustment of Croatian Legal System”, Zagreb
2003 Workshop “From the Convention to the IGC”, UACES study group and Federal Trust, British Institute for International and Comparative Law, London
2003 “Whose  Europe?”, Europaeum, Oxford
2003 Paper presentation “Non-discriminatory Measures and Fundamental Freedoms” on the international seminar “The Stabilization and Association Process and the Future of Europe”, IUC, Dubrovnik
2002 XX Congress F.I.D.E., British Institute for International and Comparative Law, London
2002 Lecture on the round table “Gender Equality: Croatian Problems – Global Solutions”, European House, Zagreb



Professional fields of interest:
Tamara’s areas of interest include free movement in the EU, free movement of goods in the WTO, human rights etc.