Dragan K. Vukčević was born on January 8, 1958, in Titograd (Podgorica).
He graduated from the Law science at the Law School of the University of Montenegro (1980).
In the academic year 1979/1980, he served as a student - vice chancellor.
He obtained his Master degree in 1983, and defended the PhD thesis with the Law School in Belgrade (Department for Law and Sociology).
In 1989, he was elected for the Republic Secretary for Foreign relations in the Government of Montenegro.
He was appointed to professional titles of assistant, docent, associate professor and full professor at the Law School of the University of Montenegro. At the Law School in Podgorica he performed the study program from the subjects: Sociology, Philosophy of Law and Methodology.
He managed the post-graduate studiesat the Law School.
He acted as Dean of the Law School of the University of Montenegro in the period 2001–2003.
He was member of the Commissions for revision of master and doctoral thesis.
He is Editor in chief in the Publishing House CID in Podgorica, from its founding in 1994.
He is the founder of the NGO Sociological center of Montenegro (SOCEN), within which have been organized scientific research activities on: social conscience transformation, religion, national conscience, political culture, conscience on state, parliamentary tradition in Montenegro. The results of this research have been published as special sociological studies.
He is one of the founders of the private University “Donja Gorica”, where he also performs the duty of Dean of the Law Faculty.
The areas of his scientific interests are in Sociology, Law sociology, Law philosophy and History of mentality.
On December 6, 1996, he was elected for associate member of the Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts, and for full member on December 12, 2003.
He is chairing the MASA Department of Social Sciences.
He was heading the Social Sciences Group within the capital MASA project – Encyclopedia of Montenegro.
The most important books published: Sociological thought in Russia (experience of XX century), 1994; Economy and Law (relation of general ideas), 1996; Beyond the norms (sociological-juridical essay), 2003.
He was elected for the member of the World Academy of Art and Science (WAAS) in 2013.
He was elected for the member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts (EASA) in 2017.
He serves as the President of the Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts since 1 August 2016.
He lives and works in Podgorica.