Igor Vuletić, PhD is Associate Professor of Criminal Law at Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Faculty of Law. Graduated law at the Faculty of Law Osijek in 2006. He was awarded several times as the best student in class. Additionally, as a law student, he performed duty of assessor judge at the Municipal Court Osijek, department of criminal law (2002 – 2006). He has defended his PhD thesis at the Faculty of Law Zagreb (University of Zagreb, Croatia) in December 2011 (academic degree: PhD in criminal law and criminal sciences).
His scientific interest is focused on substantive criminal law issues, especially on sexual offences and sexual violence against women and children, medical criminal law, and recently on the impact of autonomous intelligence on criminal law.
In November 2018, as a national expert, he was a member of expert group hired by UNODC to draft “Handbook for the Judiciary on Effective Criminal Justice Responses to Gender-Based Violence against Women and Girls”.
As a guest lecturer, he holds lectures in China (Nanjing Audit University), Lithuania (Kazimiero Simonovičiaus University in Vilnius) and Hungary (University of Pecs). In April 2014 he was appointed as a researcher and in December 2016 as a vice- dean of Research Centre for European Criminal Law at Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (Shanghai, China). At the moment, he is senior researcher at two international projects: _Jean Monnet Chair on Cross border movement of a child in EU (teaching collegium “_PROTECTION OF CHILDREN IN CROSS-BORDER CRIME CASES“) and Croatian Violence Monitor (Balkan Criminology Group).