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Martin Stefko

Attorney-at-law since 2017

Education

  • Charles University School of Law (Mgr. - 2002, JUDr. - 2003, Ph.D.- 2005, doc. - 2014)
  • Guest professor at NOVA Southeastern University in Florida, USA in 2009, and at KLU Leven, Belgium in 2016

Academic degrees and activitie

  • Lecturer (since 2005) and Senior Lecturer (since 2014) at Charles University School of Law, Department of Labour Law and Social Security Law
  • Leader of labour law and social security law seminars since 2003
  • Lecturer in charge and teacher of a course in “Social Rights and Their Protection”
  • Lecturer in charge and teacher of a course in “Labour Law and Social Security Law”
  • Lecturer in charge of a course in “Introduction to US Law”
  • Munich University Summer Training in “German and European Law”, Munich, from 4 July 2005 to 29 July 2005, subject: interaction of German law and acquis communautaire
  • Guest professor at NOVA Southeastern University in Florida, USA in 2009, and at KLU Leven, Belgium in 2016

Publications

  • Author of more than 150 articles in various legal journals, and author or co-author of 20 books concerning labour law and social security law
  • Štefko, M. (ed.): Labour Law and Social Security Law at a Crossroads, Charles University School of Law in Prague 2016
  • Becker, Ulrich – Štefko, Martin a kol. Aktuální otázky práva na práci občanů třetích států z pohledu ČR a SRN. Prague: Czech Academy of Science, Institute of State and Law, Prague 2015, ISBN 978-80-87439-20-3
  • Kotous, J.; Munková, G.; Štefko, M.: Obecné otázky sociální politiky, Prague: Czech Academy of Science, Institute of State and Law, 2013. 169 pages - (e-books). ISBN 978-80-87439-08-1
  • Výkon závislé a nelegální práce, Charles University School of Law, Studie z lidských práv No. 2, Charles University School of Law, edition centre 2013, ISBN 978-80-871146-72-9
  • Koldinská, K.; Štefko, M.: Sociální práva cizinců, Prague, C.H.Beck 2013
  • Pracovní právo v kontextu občanského práva, Analýza limitů podpůrné působnosti obecného občanského práva v pracovněprávních vztazích, Prague: Auditorium 2012
  • Vysílání zaměstnanců do zahraničí, Prague: C.H.Beck, 2009, ISBN 978-80-7400-110-9,
  • Bělina a kol. Zákoník práce, komentář, Prague 2008, 2010 a 2015, C.H.Beck, ISBN 978-80-7179-607-7, Štefko Author of commentaries on the following provisions: § 16 to 17, § 78 to 100, § 300, § 307, § 316 to 319, § 338 to 346 of the Labour Code, and the reference register

Membership

  • Czech Bar Association
  • Member of the Student and Scientific Field Operations Council from 2007 to 2011
  • Member of the Board of Advisors of the Regional Branch of the Labour Authority of the Capital City of Prague from 2007 to 2014
  • Registered Mediator for collective relationships with the Czech Ministry of Social Affairs
  • Member of the Editorial Board of European Labour Law Journal since 2009
  • Correspondent of the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Social Security Law for the “General Principles of Social Security Law in Europe” project (since 2007) and for the “Die Altersversorgung von Beamten im Vergleich” project (since 2009)

Specialization

Other

Speaker at more than 15 foreign and 16 national conferences, including, without limitation:

  • “The Jurisprudence of the International Courts” conference held by the University of Santiago de Compostella on 3 through 5 June 2015, speech on Slovak Pensions C-399/09 Landtová (2011)
  • European Regional Congress held by the International Labour Law and Social Security Law Society in collaboration with the University College of Dublin on 16 through 19 September 2014: Young Scholars: The Czech Republic’s Report
  • Conference Working Time, VII. IAD held by Universität St. Gallen on 30 and 31 October 2014, Switzerland; speech on Regulations on Working Time in the Czech Republic

2017 stipend from the Max Planck Institute

In 2011, 2014 and 2017, award by the Charles University’s Rector for the best legal book.

Martin Stefko

Languages

  • English
  • German

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