Stefan Đokić

Stefan Đokić


Education and work

Stefan Đokić graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Zagreb in 2015.

He took part in the ERASMUS programme, spending a semester in the academic year of 2014 studying at the Faculty of Law of the University of Regensburg, Germany.

In 2015 he started his professional career at the Law office of Ranko Đokić.

On the 1st of June 2017 he passed the Bar Exam, whereby receiving an Official Commendation from the Exam Committee.

On the 27th of June 2018 he was sworn in and on the 28th of June 2018 he is registered as an attorney at the Croatian Bar Association.

In October of 2017 he started the Postgraduate Master Programme (LL.M.) at the University of Regensburg, Germany. During his Postgraduate studies he researched and wrote a comparative study of Real Estate Purchase Contracts in Croatia and Germany. The study aims to compare and contrast the two legal systems, while offering possible reform ideas for the Croatian legal system. On the 8 th of May 2019 he passed the final exam, for which he was awarded the title of Master of Laws - LL.M.

On the 29th of September 2023 he was named Honorary Consul of the Federal Republic of Germany in the Republic of Croatia, with jurisdiction in the regions of Istria and Primorsko-Goranska.

Scientific work

As a coauthor he is working on the 5th issue of the NOMOS commentary of German Property Law. His is tasked in writing a comparative analysis of the Croatian and German systems of Property Law, with an emphasis on the changes Croatian law went through after becoming part of the European union. The commentary is published by NOMOS Publishing and the German Bar Association. It is meant to be a practical commentary which will mostly be used by German attorneys and notaries. Previous issues have been quoted in many decisions by German courts.


Stefan Đokić is fluent in spoken and written German and English and is licensed as a court interpreter for the English language.

His German and English language skills were confirmed at the highest certificate level “C2” by the DSH examination at the University of Regensburg and by the University of Cambridg