Mladen Naskovic is an associate lawyer in the firm’s private clients team in Geneva, where he assists Swiss clients and advises international high-net-worth clients in complex cross-border disputes involving inheritance law, estate planning, family law, international private law and immigration law.
In addition, Mladen Naskovic represents clients in all civil, criminal and administrative proceedings before Swiss courts. He specializes in criminal law and regularly represents defendants and plaintiffs in complex white-collar criminal proceedings before the Public Prosecutor’s Office and the Courts, an area in which he has expertise owing to his experience as an ad hoc clerk in the Criminal division of a District Court in the Canton of Vaud.
His professional experience at the University Hospital of Lausanne, where he practiced for almost ten years and at the Labour Division of the District Court of the Canton of Vaud also allows him to advise and represent clients in medical and employment law.
Before joining MLL Legal, he obtained a Bachelor of law from the University of Lausanne and a Master’s degree in Judicial Careers magna cum laude from the University of Lausanne. Mladen Naskovic also studied at the University of Queensland in Australia as part of an exchange program. He holds a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Legal Professions (ECAV) delivered by the University of Geneva.
Since 2022, Mladen Naskovic is a member of the Board of Innocence Project Switzerland, an association dedicated to fight judicial errors.
Rankings & Awards
- Faculty prize for the excellent quality of the Master’s thesis, University of Lausanne
Education & Admission
- Admitted to the bar in Switzerland (2023)
- University of Geneva, Certificate of Advanced Studies in Legal Professions (ECAV) (2021)
- University of Lausanne, MLaw in Judicial Careers, magna cum laude (2021)
- University of Queensland (Australia), Master of Law in Judicial Careers (2019)
- University of Lausanne, BLaw (2018)
Memberships and public offices
- Geneva Bar Association
- Projet Innocence Suisse
Faculty prize for the excellent quality of the Master’s thesis, University of Lausanne