Zuzana studied law at the Faculty of Law of Masaryk University in Brno and also a LL.M. programme at the KU Leuven university in Belgium. She currently works at the office of Public Defender of Rights and deals with international relations of the institution and constitutional and human rights aspects of the job at the office.
Tereza studied at the Law Faculty of Charles University. She used to work at the Organisation for helping refugees but currently is working as a legal trainee and is interested in the protection of human rights, the rights of asylum and the rights of foreigners.
She used to work in the field of advocacy, in nonprofit organisations and at the European Court of Human Rights. She is a member of advisory committees for fundamental rights and for the rights of children at the Government council.
She studied law at Masaryk University and the University of Oxford. She was a young delegate of Slovakia to the UN. She worked with advocates at the ICTY (International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia) in The Hague and at the division of European affairs of Ministry of Industry and Trade. Now she is an advocate at CMS and the president of Oxbridge Alumni Society.
Martina studied law at Masaryk University where she now continues with her doctorate in constitutional law. She is interested in the rights of children and the approach towards parenthood. She worked as an assistant to a judge at the Supreme court and currently works as a lawyer at the European Court of Human Rights.
He studied law and International Relations at Masaryk University in Brno and also studied international law as a Fulbright Scholar at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. He works in the field of advocacy. He is the author of “monograph Transatlantic relations in the time of crisis” (original: “Transatlantické vztahy v době krize”, MUNI Press 2009) as well as texts about the issues of international law and human rights.
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