Djordje Vukotic, born in 1963, is the head of the Legal Team to The Regulatory Review Unit for the Government of the Republic of Serbia and the Principal Legal Adviser to the Council Secreteriat for Regulatory Reform Council for the Government of the Republic of Serbia
Educated in Belgrade Law Faculty and College of Europe in Bruges and trained in World Bank Institute Washington, Vukotic has more thean 17 yeras of professional experience in the policy, practice, and legal drafting of commercial and corporate law, financial law, foreign investments law and privatization.
He was the key Legal Expert for the Regulatory Reform in Serbia project, financed by the Swedish Government and implemented by the World Bank, the key Legal Expert for Serbia in the European Commission funded project European Network for Better Regulation within the Balkan Center for Regulatory Reform in Serbia (2007/2009), and the key Legal Expert for preparation and implementation of the strategy for development of Serbia’s new business-friendly commercial registry, one of the reforms which led to Serbia being identified as Top Reformer within the World Bank Doing Business Report 2006 (2003-2005).
Vukotic is the founder of the Balkan Centre for Regulatory Reform (Deputy President of the Menagement Board), an NGO created for the scope of giving its contribution in the creation of a strategy of reform of the legal and economic framework in the aim of its improvement and moving towards European standards, consulted the World Bank, FIAS, UNDP, USAID and EAR projects.
Vukotic also has close to 20 years of experience in legal representation of companies in Serbia (including foreign companies) and extensive experience in privatization, restructuring and corporate law. He has published several studies and papers and participated in scores of international and national legal and otherwise related seminars and meetings.