- legal reasoning
- judicial decision-making
- socio-legal studies
- public law
Ondřej pursues his DPhil in Law under the supervision of Dorota Leczykiewicz. Ondřej’s research topic concerns the impact of Grand Chambers on case-law of multi-panel courts. In his DPhil, Ondřej further develops his Oxford MPhil thesis on the Role of the Grand Chamber in the Decision-making of the ECtHR, which he successfully defended in January 2019 (with distinction; supervised by Alison Young).
Ondřej obtained his first law degree in 2013 at Charles University (summa cum laude), where he also submitted his doctoral thesis written under the supervision of Zdeněk Kühn (scheduled viva examination is on May 2019). He also taught undergraduate legal theory class for two years during his doctoral studies.
In the course of and immediately after his first master’s studies, Ondřej attended a US dual-degree program. After two years in the Sunshine State, he obtained a Juris Doctor degree from Nova Southeastern University (Fl, USA, magna cum laude).
From 2014 to 2019, Ondřej clerked at the Supreme Administrative Court of the Czech Republic.
Ondřej is qualified to perform the duties of a judge in the Czech Republic (2019).