P. Hubková, PhD

Pavlina is a postdoctoral researcher at the Public Law Department. She teaches courses on comparative administrative law, EU soft law and EU procedural law.

She completed her legal education and obtained law qualification in the Czech Republic, where she also studied international economic relations. Her practical legal experience includes work in a law firm, the national administrative judiciary, the European Commission and the CJEU. She completed a research LL.M. at the European University Institute in Florence and defended her PhD thesis at the University of Luxembourg.

Her research interests cover various aspects of EU law, especially EU soft law, EU administrative law, procedural law and judicial review, economic law, competition law, financial regulation, and the domestic application of EU law. She is also interested in comparative law, selected aspects of international and global law and regulation, or the relation between law and economics, including law&political economy. The list of her publications (in English or in Czech) can be found at ORCID.org.

She is a member of the editorial board of the Common Law Review (Faculty of Law, Charles University in Prague) and of the Časopis pro právní vědu a praxi (Journal of Jurisprudence and Legal Practice; Faculty of Law, Masaryk University in Brno). She is also a co-editor of the REALaw blog (https://realaw.blog/). At the Faculty of Law, she is part of the Maastricht Centre for European Law (MCEL) and of the Globalisation & Law Network (GLaw-Net).