Vladimir is a qualified legal professional with over 10 years of experience, mainly as a litigation lawyer with strong background in compliance matters. During his practice, he has worked with various types of companies on establishing efficient governance structures, acted as an external compliance ombudsman for large multinational companies and led corporate criminal liability project component of a landmark EU backed effort to tackle corruption. He cooperated with well-known regional and international law firms and dealt with cases concerning international judicial bodies i.e. UN (ICTY - The Hague, OHCHR - Geneve) and European Court of Human Rights (Strasbourg) and also various arbitral bodies. Vladimir started his career with Dragoslav Cetkovic, an esteemed defence attorney in 2005.
Vladimir is an advisory board member of the European Criminal Bar Association and co-chair of its anti-corruption working group, and member of International Bar Association Human Rights Institute. He has been active in the Balkans Regional Rule of Law Network of the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (founding member), European Criminal Justice Observatory (deputy chair), Fair Trials International (Legal Experts Advisory Panel) and ICC Commission on Corporate Responsibility and Anti-Corruption and its Conflict of Interest Task Force. He is also a regional coordinator of the Roxin Alliance.
Vladimir is a certified trainer of the Council of Europe’s Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals Programme to ensure a high-quality continuous training on the Convention and the jurisprudence of the court in Strasbourg. He is also a local partner of the Anti-Bribery Academy International with the aim of promoting and training on the implementation of national and international anti-corruption measures.
Vladimir authored numerous legal publications and did academic research on Corporate and Directors' Criminal Liability at Amsterdam University, where he obtained his LL.M. degree.