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Prof. JUDr. Filip Křepelka, Ph.D. (1974) studied law at the Faculty of Law of Masarykova univerzita (MU) in Brno, Czechia (1992-1997) and completed doctoral studies (Ph.D.) in law of the European Communities (1998-2002). He studied postgraduate courses on European integration (focus on the EU single currency) and its law at Europa-Kolleg Hamburg (1998) and research ethics at the Union University, Schenectady, N.Y., USA and the Vilniaus Universitatis, Lithuania (2005-2007). He has worked as assistant lecturer (since 1998), junior professor (habilitation in 2009) at the MU Faculty of Law. He is head of the department of international and European law there (since 2015). He was chair of the academic senate of the MU (2006-2011). He was appointed as (senior) professor in 2023. In parallel, he was law clerk (referendary) of the vice-president of the Constitutional Court (1998-2003) and expert adviser for European law at the Supreme Administrative Court (2004-2008). He teaches law of the European Union, introduction to international and European laws and health care / medical law. He published numerous articles, papers, book chapters, and monographs mostly in the field of EU and its supranational law or in relation with it, on – among others – free movement of services (habilitation), restrictions of state aid in EU and WTO (dissertation), multilingualism in the EU and its law, consular protection, monetary integration, legal aspects medicine and healthcare, European integration of healthcare, law and ethics of biomedical research, free movement of students, academic self-governance, and tendencies in legislative instruments in the European Union (directives, regulations, decisions).

Prof. Dr. Filip Křepelka

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Prof. JUDr. Filip Křepelka, Ph.D. (1974) studied law at the Faculty of Law of Masarykova univerzita (MU) in Brno, Czechia (1992-1997) and completed doctoral studies (Ph.D.) in law of the European Communities (1998-2002). He studied postgraduate courses on European integration (focus on the EU single currency) and its law at Europa-Kolleg Hamburg (1998) and research ethics at the Union University, Schenectady, N.Y., USA and the Vilniaus Universitatis, Lithuania (2005-2007). He has worked as assistant lecturer (since 1998), junior professor (habilitation in 2009) at the MU Faculty of Law. He is head of the department of international and European law there (since 2015). He was chair of the academic senate of the MU (2006-2011). He was appointed as (senior) professor in 2023. In parallel, he was law clerk (referendary) of the vice-president of the Constitutional Court (1998-2003) and expert adviser for European law at the Supreme Administrative Court (2004-2008). He teaches law of the European Union, introduction to international and European laws and health care / medical law. He published numerous articles, papers, book chapters, and monographs mostly in the field of EU and its supranational law or in relation with it, on – among others – free movement of services (habilitation), restrictions of state aid in EU and WTO (dissertation), multilingualism in the EU and its law, consular protection, monetary integration, legal aspects medicine and healthcare, European integration of healthcare, law and ethics of biomedical research, free movement of students, academic self-governance, and tendencies in legislative instruments in the European Union (directives, regulations, decisions).

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