Student life at the Faculty does not merely revolve around
lectures and exams, as there is a diverse array of student activities. There are
many student organisations, of which Belgrade chapter of ELSA (The European Law
Students’ Association), is one of the most active ones, organizing student
exchange programmes throughout Europe. Students elect their representatives
(Student Vice-Dean and the Student Parliament) to coordinate various student
activities, represent their interests in the Faculty bodies, participate in the
evaluation of studies and the faculty, and secure the involvement and
participation of students in all matters and issues of interest to them.
Students publish their own journal – Pravnik (The Lawyer), take part in
various competitions through their sports club Pravnik, stage plays
through a drama society, organize discussion forums through the long lasting UN
Club, whereas Oratory Centre Institutio oratoria gathers all those
interested in developing public speaking skills and prepares them for
competitions. The Club for Roman Law and Classics Forum Romanum has a
particularly long and fine tradition. Established in 1970, it organizes
discussion forums and social activities on a weekly basis. Over the years dozens
of internationally renowned professors have participated in its activities.
And finally, there is the spacious Bona Fides Club, where students can
relax and have fun. The students also have at their disposal a souvenir shop
where they can purchase items with the Faculty logo.