Vasilije Radulović graduated from the Law Faculty at the University of Montenegro, specializing in Historical and Legal studies, where he earlier obtained a Bachelor’s degree. He completed the Democracy School organized by the Centre for Civic Education (CCE) and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES), the Traveling School of Transitional Justice organized by CCE with the support of the European Union, as well as the Regional Democracy School organized by FES. Additionally, during his studies, he participated in programmes related to national legal history and aligning national law with the legal legacy of the European Union. He volunteered at a law firm in Montenegro. Through various capacity-building programmes in Montenegro and the region, organized by non-governmental and international organizations, he specialized in the enforcement of anti-corruption laws, European integration of the Western Balkans, and writing and implementing projects funded by EU funds, and through CCE’s internal trainings in event organization, conducting tender procedures, communicating EU-funded projects, as well as basics of the Albanian language. He is a lecturer at the Human Rights School and the Youth Activism School organized by the CCE, focusing on human rights and mechanisms for their protection. He led workshops in high schools across Montenegro on the prevention of juvenile delinquency and peer violence. He is the author or co-author of publications such as Equal Chances for All Media in Montenegro – Report for 2018 and 2019, On the Same Line?, Obstacle or Support to the Legitimacy and Legality of Elections – a Review of the Work of the State Election Commission (SEC) in Montenegro, Prime Minister’s Hour and MPs Questions through the Prism of Statistics, Measures and Sanctions against Juvenile Offenders, and Multiculturalism and Underrepresented National Communities in the Montenegrin Education System. He contributed to the publication Transparency Index of Montenegrin Municipalities, and participated in the creation of several other publications, analyses, initiatives, and research at the CCE. Advanced computer skills. Fluent in English language.