Masaryk University, Czech Republic

                                      

                                      Radim Polčák  
  JUDr. Radim Polčák, Ph.D. – Head of the Institute of Law and Technology. Dr. Radim Polcak graduated in law at Faculty of Law, Masaryk University, where he engages in teaching and publishing about law of information and communication technologies, legal theory and legal philosophy as full time member since 2002. He is a visiting lecturer at law schools in Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Netherlands and UK. In addition, Dr. Polcak is the gen- eral chair of the annual international symposium Cyberspace; editor-in- chief of the Masaryk University Journal of Law and Technology; editor-in-chief of the Revue pro právo a technologie and a member of editorial boards and governing bodies of legal journals and international conferences in the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary and UK. He is a Panelist at the .eu ADR arbitration court, member of the Appellate Committee of the Ministry of Transportation and external expert advisor to various corporate and public institutions.

 

 

 

POLČÁK, R., Aims, methods and achievements in European data protection. International Review of Law, Computers & Technology, 23, 3, 10 pp. ISSN 1360-0869. 2009.

POLČÁK, R., Právo a evropská informační společnost (Law and European Information Society). Brno: Masarykova Univerzita, 2009. 202 pp. Acta Universitatis Brunensis Iuridica 344. ISBN 978-80-210-4885-0.

POLČÁK, R., - GŘIVNA, T. Kyberkriminalita a právo (Cybercrime and the Law). Praha: AUDITORIUM, 2008. 220 pp. ISBN 987-80-903786-7-4.

POLČÁK, R., Some Notes on Current Paradoxes in the Law on Personal Data Protection. Information and Communications Technology and Law, Budapest : Dialog Campus Kiado, 4, 6, p. 52-55, 4 pp. ISSN 1786- 0776. 2008.

POLČÁK, R., Stone Roots, Digital Leaves: Czech Law against Unfair Competition in the Internet Era. Review of Central and East European Law, Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 33, 2, p. 155-180, 26 pp. ISSN 0925- 9880. 2008.

POLČÁK, R., The Global Information Assembling: Viewing the Data Retention Just as a Child Play. In Know Right 2008. 1. vyd. Wien: Österreichische Computer Gesellschaft 2008, 2008. p. 199-207, 9 pp. ISBN 9783854032458.

POLČÁK, R., - BALOGH, Z. G. - BOGDAN, M. - ICCIO, G. M., - SVANTESSON, D. –JERKER, B. - WIEBE, A., Introduction to ICT Law (Selected Issues). Brno : Masarykova Univerzita, 2007. ISBN 978-80-210-4302-2.

POLČÁK, R. - ŠKOP, M. - MACEK, J., Normativní systémy v kyberprostoru (úvod do studia) (Normative systems in cyberspace (introduction)). 1. vyd. Brno : Masarykova univerzita v Brně, 2005. ISBN 80-210-3779-2.

POLČÁK, R., Právo na internetu - spam a odpovědnost ISP (Law on the Tnternet - Spam and the Responsibility of ISPs). Brno: Computer Press, 2007. ISBN 978-80-251-1777-4.

 

 
Eva Fialová

Mgr. Eva Fialová, LL.M. (1981), graduated from the Faculty of Law of the Charles University in Prague, obtained the master degree in the Informational Law at the University of Amsterdam, currently finishing the Dutch Language at the Faculty of Arts of the Charles University. She is specialized in particular in the privacy law and the data protection. She also cooperates with non-governmental organisations particularly on the anti-discimination and labour law.

•    FIALOVÁ, E., SPOUSTOVÁ, I., HAVELKOVÁ, B., Diskriminace a právo (Discrimination and the Law), Gender Studies, Praha 2007
•    FIALOVÁ, E., KRÁLÍKOVÁ LUZAIČ, A., SPOUSTOVÁ, I., Nenechte se diskriminovat a nedovolte to jiným. První právní pomoc. (Don´t let others to discriminate you. First legal aid.), Gender Studies, Praha 2008
•    FIALOVÁ, E., Diskriminace – co je a co není (Discrimination – What it is and what not), in: Skálová, H. (ed.): Neviditelný problém (Invisible problem), Gender Studies, Praha 2010

 
Terezie Smejkalová

Mgr. Bc. Terezie Smejkalová (1983) is a PhD student at the Department of Legal Theory, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic. She studied law and English literature and linguistics and focuses on language-related issues concerning judicial decision-making. The main focus of her dissertation is legitimacy of judicial decision-making and related theoretical research regarding judiciary in the Czech Republic. She works as a research assistant for the Institute of Law and Technology, Faculty of Law, Masaryk University in Brno.

 

 

•    SMEJKALOVÁ, T. Forma and diskurs soudního rozhodnutí. In Jurisprudence 5/2010, p. 13-21.
•    SMEJKALOVÁ, T. K otázce normativity judikatury v České republice. In Dny práva - 2008 - Days of Law. Brno : Masarykova univerzita, 2008.
•    SMEJKALOVÁ, T. The Nature of Unifying Opinions of Czech Supreme Courts. In The Role and Place of Law in a Society Based on Knowledge. Targu-Jiu, Romania : Targu-Jiu, Romania, 2009.
•    SMEJKALOVÁ, T. Translation of Legal Texts.  In COFOLA 2009: The Conference Proceedings. Brno : Masarykova univerzita, 2009.



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