Our team

Zoran Ristić
Attorney-at-law, Novi Sad, founder of Ristić & Partneri law office

Born in 1953 in Kotor, ME.

Education: lic.iur. Law School of Sarajevo 1977.

Languages: French, English.

Preferred fields of practice: general obligation and pecuniary law, commercial and corporate status issues and litigation, banking law, property transition and restitution law.

Bar admission in 1985

Previous engagements: head of legal services of Investbanka Tuzla, senior assistant of District Court in Tuzla, ombudsman of the District of Tuzla.

 

Miloš Ristić
Attorney-at-law, Belgrade

Born in 1983 in Tuzla, BA.

Education: lic.iur. Law School of Novi Sad 2009.

Languages: English, German, Italian.

Preferred fields of practice: international and domestic commercial law, corporate law (M&As), banking law.

Bar admission in January 2012.

 

Aleksandar Ćirić
Attorney-at-law, Ristić & Partneri Novi Sad

Born in 1979 in Novi Sad, RS.

Education: lic.iur. Law School of Novi Sad 2008.

Languages: English.

Bar admission in April 2012.

  

Gordana Kerkez
Attorney-at-law, Ristić & Partneri Novi Sad

Born in 1987 in Novi Sad, RS.

Education: lic.iur. Law School of Novi Sad 2010.

Languages: English.

Bar admission in January 2015.

  

Ivana Damjenić
Attorney-at-law, Ristić & Partneri Novi Sad

Born in 1984 in Kikinda, RS.

Education: lic.iur. Law School of Novi Sad 2011.

Languages: English.

Bar admission in June 2016.

   

Aleksandar Ognjenović
Attorney-at-law, Ristić & Partneri Belgrade

Born in 1985 in Belgrade, RS.

Education: lic.iur. Law School of Belgrade 2014.

Languages: English.

Bar admission projected in Spring 2018.

 

Nemanja Anđelković
Legal intern, Ristić & Partneri Novi Sad

Born in 1991 in Zrenjanin, RS.

Education: lic.iur. Law School of Novi Sad 2015.

Languages: English, Russian

Bar admission projected in Autumn 2018.

 

Nemanja Anтić
Legal intern, Ristić & Partneri Novi Sad

Born in 1991 in Subotica, RS.

Education: lic.iur. Law School of Novi Sad 2015.

Languages: English, Russian

Bar admission projected in Spring 2019.