Majda Kršikapa, Director of the Anti-Corruption Agency
A graduated lawyer with passed bar exam, with multi-annual experience in state bodies and in the field of implementation of reforms within the rule of law, that was obtained in the international field.
At the helm of the Anti-Corruption Agency Director, she comes from the position of the High Court Council Secretary.
Mrs. Kršikapa graduated at the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade in 1993, and passed the bar exam in 1995.
From 1993 to 2001 worked as a trainee and lawyer at a law office in Belgrade.
From 2001 to 2003 Head of the regional office of the Danish Institute for Human Rights in Belgrade, for Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Within the program of the Danish Institute for Human Rights, from 2003 to 2004 worked in the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Serbia, in the Bureau for International Cooperation, Strategic Planning and Projects. The job also included legal assistance in the implementation of the Document for Police Reform Vision and the establishment of the Office of the Inspector General of the Ministry of Interior.
Mrs. Kršikapa returned to the Danish Institute for Human Rights in 2004, where until December 2005 she worked on a reform program of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Serbia and the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Montenegro. She also provided legal assistance to the Ministry for Human and Minority Rights within the legislative reform programs related to drafting of initial and periodic reports under the ratified UN and Council of Europe conventions.
From 2006 to 2013, worked in the Supreme Court of Serbia, i.e. the Supreme Court of Cassation as a consultant for the European integrations and harmonization of regulations and activities related to the international cooperation.
In 2007, worked in the European Court of Human Rights, Section for the Republic of Serbia, where she acted upon complaints submitted to that court by our citizens.
In March 2013 she was appointed the High Court Council Secretary.
As a representative of the High Court Council she participated in drafting of the Action Plan for Chapter 23 – Justice and Fundamental Rights; She is a Deputy Member of the Commission for the Implementation of the National Strategy for Judicial Reform 2013-2018.
She speaks English.
At the session that was held on September 6, 2017, the Anti-Corruption Agency Board unanimously elected Majda Kršikapa, Secretary of the High Court Council, as a Director of the Anti-Corruption Agency, for a five-year mandate.