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Miroslav Štrkolec is a full professor of law in the Faculty of Law at Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, Slovakia. In his pedagogical and scientific work, he focuses mainly on tax and financial law. He also teaches tax and financial law and participates in clinical legal education. His research has focused on many topics, including security institutes in tax administration, tax evasion, tax fraud, and, recently, the taxation of crypto assets. In these areas, he regularly lectures at domestic and foreign scientific conferences and has published scientific studies, monographs, and university textbooks. He has also worked as an attorney (2007–2019) and an advisor to the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic (2008–2019). Currently, he participates in the education of legal trainees and is a member of selection commissions for judges in the Slovak Republic. He has been a member of several international scientific organisations, including the European Association of Tax Law Professors in Amsterdam (since 2020), the International Centre of Public Finance and Tax Law Research based at the Faculty of Law of the University of Bialystok (since 2013), and the Centre for Local Government Law and Local Finance Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Gdańsk (since 2022).

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