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Branimir Miodrag Jankovic

Branimir Miodrag Jankovic, educator, lawyer. Member International Law Association (London), American Society International Law.

Background

  • Jankovic, Branimir Miodrag was born on November 13, 1920 in Valjevo, Yugoslavia. Son of Miodrag and Ljubica (Ivkovic) Jankovic.

  • Education

    • Juris Doctor, Doctor of Philosophy, University Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1950.

    Career

    • Professor international law University Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, 1948-1960. Professor University Belgrade, 1960-1985. Adjunct professor Florida State University, Tallahassee, since 1974.

      Member legal advisory council Yugoslavian Government, 1967-1969.

    Works

    • Author: Contemporary International Law Topics, 1953, An Introduction to Contemporary Public International Law, 1953, International Law (essays), 1953, Manual of Public International Law, 1958, 60, International Law, Belgrade, 1970, 73, 81, Public International Law, New York, 1984, The Balxaus in International Relations, 1988, Belgrade, 1988, Diplomacy, 1988. Contributor articles to professional journals. Republican Commission of United Nations on Human Rights, 1967-1974.

      Member, vice chairman United Nations Special Board Legal Experts, since 1967. President Yugoslav Permanent Conference Rectors, 1967-1970. Member executive conference European Permanent Conference Rectors, Geneva, 1968-1971.

      Member Federal Council Education and Culture, 1966-1972. Member Yugoslav National Commission of United Nations Educational, 1967-1975. Deputy Yugoslav Federal Assembly, 1966-1969.

      Decorated Order of Republic of Yugoslavia.

    Membership

    Member International Law Association (London), American Society International Law.

    Connections

    • Married Bordjoski, March 27, 1944. 1 child, Nada.
    • father: Miodrag Jankovic
    • mother: Ljubica (Ivkovic) Jankovic
    • spouse: Bordjoski
    • child: Nada Jankovic
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    Born November 13, 1920
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