Dr Zoltan Vig


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Dr Zoltan Vig

Expert Counsel


  • Yale University (USA)
  • Humboldt University (Germany)
  • Hamburg University (Germany)
  • Emory University (USA)
  • Max Planck Institute (Germany)
  • Asser Institute (the Netherlands)
  • Szeged University, Faculty of Law (Hungary)
  • Central European University (Hungary)


  • Corporate, M&A and Commercial Law
  • Environmental Protection Law
  • EU Law


  • Hungarian (Native)
  • Serbian (Croatian)
  • English
  • German


  • Board of Editors of Savremena politika i upravljanje journal (Belgrade)
  • Board of Editors of Pravo i politika law journal (Novi Sad)
  • Udruženje pravnika u privredi Srbije (Belgrade)
  • Committee on Higher Education of Hungarians in Vojvodina (Novi Sad)
  • Election Council of Singidunum University (Belgrade) (2007-2010)
  • Council of the Novi Sad (State) University (2006-2010)
  • Legal Committee of the Council of the Novi Sad (State) University (2006-2010)


Prof. Zoltan Vig is an expert counsel at Doklestic & Partners. He teaches business law at the Singidunum University. He obtained a degree in law (masters equivalent) at the Szeged University Faculty of Law. He holds LLM and SJD in International Business Law from Central European University in Budapest. During his studies in Budapest he worked as Teaching Assistant to Professor Stefan Messmann. He conducted research at Max Planck and Asser Institutes, as well as at Humboldt, Hamburg, Emory and Yale Universities. In 2006 he was appointed Assistant Professor, and in 2012 he was promoted to Associate Professor at Singidunum University. During his career he has taught Corporate Law, EU Company Law, EU Law and Environmental Protection Law. He published three books in Serbian language and several articles in English, German and Hungarian languages. Dr Vig also gained additional practical work experience by working for Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer international law firm.

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