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Mgr. Alena Mikudová, advokátka

Autor: Mgr. Alena Mikudová, advokátka

Advokátska kancelária   Mgr. Alena Mikudová, advokátka poskytuje všestranné a profesionálne právne služby, počnúc právnym poradenstvom až po…

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Telephone: 00421-903-27 04 86
Address:
Rudnayovo nám. No. 1
811 01 Bratislava
Slovak Republic

 

Alena Mikudová

 

Purpose

Interights Central and East European/former Soviet Union Programme: Funded Internship

University Education

1995 – 2000:

Faculty of Law at the Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovak Republic

Final exams in 2000, Master of Law

Professional Qualifications

Attorney

(admitted to the Slovak Bar Association on 1st January 2004; attorney exams accomplished on 24th November 2003)

Expert Activities, Cooperation with relevant NGO’s, Conferences and Training Programmes

1997 – 2000:

Membership in the Society for Higher Learning (focusing on procedural aspect of international law on human rights).

Sept. 1997 – June 1998:

Co-operation on specific project with the Foundation of Charter’77 (application of 11th Protocol to the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms as amended).

April – May 1998:

1,5-month study stay at the Legislative and Legal Department of the Office of the National Council of the Slovak Republic.

12th – 20th Sept. 1998:

Attendance at the “Autumn School on Human Rights” organised by the Institute of the State and Law (Slovak Academy of Sciences) with the support of the Know How Fund, Open Society Fund and the Slovak National Centre for Human Rights.

24th – 30th Sept. 1998:

Participation in the project called “Summer School on Human Rights” organized by the Foundation of Citizen and Democracy, Minority Rights Group – Slovakia followed by the second part of this course “Spring School on Human Rights” held in March 1999.

15th – 30th July 1999:

Study stay at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic.

9th – 15th August 1999:

Study stay at the Permanent Mission of the Slovak Republic to the United Nations and other International Organisations in Geneva (Switzerland).

11th – 20th Sept. 1999:

Attendance at the “Autumn School – Legal Status of Man and Citizen” organised by the Institute of the State and Law (Slovak Academy of Sciences) with the support of the Foundation of Laco Novomeský and the Friedrich Ebert Stifung Foundation.

July 1999 – Dec. 1999:

Cooperation on specific project with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic (the Human Rights Section).

10th – 13th October 1999:

Forum 2000 conference participation in Prague (Czech Republic).

 

October 2000:

2nd Public Interest Law Conference “Tensions between Overcoming the legisla- ve gaps through the legal principles” (Access to Justice; organised by the Centre for Environmental Public Advocacy in cooperation with the Ford Foundation and Open Society Institute).

18th May 2001:

Symposia in Warsaw “The Liberal and Democratic Concepts of Adversity and Violence“.

November 2001:

3rdPublic Interest Law Conference “Is criminal prosecution of racial verbal attacks in compliance with Constitution or is it inadequate and unconstitutional interference with freedom of expression?” (Access to Justice; organised by the Centre for Environmental Public Advocacy in cooperation with the Ford Foundation and Open Society Institute).

1st – 5th July 2002:

10th ERA Summer Course “European Community Law: An Introduction” organised by the Academy of European Law in Trier (beyond others, devoted to Protection of Human Rights in the EU).

6th – 7th December 2002:

4th Public Interest Law Conference “Delays in judicial procedure” (Access to Justice; organised by the Centre for Environmental Public Advocacy in cooperation with the Ministry of Justice of the Slovak Republic).

7th – 18th June 2004:

Practical Training in International Human Rights Litigation, with an emphasis on non-discrimination and minority rights and on the European Convention on Human Rights (3rd session, Soesterberg, Netherlands)

Expert/Work Experience

Several essays focused on OBSE, ombudsman and human rights issues (OSN and the Council of Europe functioning) published in specific juristic and scientific periodicals.

Position of legal trainee from October 2000 – December 2003 (three years of practice in the law office Havlát & Partners) comprising, beyond other work, the following:

  • preparation of various types of filings addressed to domestic courts and criminal authorities,

  • litigation before domestic courts,

  • preparation of complaints addressed to the European Court of Human Rights and the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic,

  • broad scope of representing accused persons in criminal proceedings (limited due to recent position of legal trainee).

Position of an attorney - partner in the law office Havlát & Partners from 1st January 2004.

Languages

English & French

Study of English:

  • the British Council (FCE exams in December 1994),

  • two-year course of legal English at the Faculty of Law of the Comenius University in Bratislava (exams in 1997),

  • Language Studies International in Cambridge (September – October 2002).

Recommendation

Slovak Bar Association (attached)

The Charta 77 Foundation (attached)