Martin Švec since October 2017 is Part-time Research Associate at gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development and a Ph.D. candidate at the Masaryk University Faculty of Law in Brno (Czech Republic)
Martin Švec since October 2017 is Part-time Research Associate at gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development and a Ph.D. candidate at the Masaryk University, Faculty of Law. His dissertation Dimensions of International and European Energy Law: State Sovereignty in Ensuring Energy Security examines the limits of energy security and international law instruments at state's disposal. His expertise covers international energy law, investment law, international environmental law and international humanitarian law. Martin lectures in public international law, international energy law and EU law at the Masaryk University, Faculty of Law in Brno (Czech Republic). In 2016, he lectured in international economic law and EU law at the Mendel University in Brno (Czech Republic). In 2015, he worked as a legal intern at the Energy Charter Secretariat in Brussels. Martin has attended the following programs: Summer Program on The Law and Practice of International Dispute Settlement organized by the Asser Institut in 2017, in The Hague, the Netherlands, the Martens Summer School on International Law in 2016, in Pärnu, Estonia, Summer Course on International Environmental Governance: Contemporary Challenges and Prospects organized by the Kalliopi Koufa Foundation in 2016, in Thessaloniki, Greece and Summer School on EU Energy Law and Policy organized by the Florence School of Regulation in 2015 in Florence, Italy. Martin has represented either as a student or as a coach Masaryk University at various Global Finals, Africa Regional Rounds, South Asia Regional Rounds and Asia Pacific Regional Rounds of the FDI International Arbitration Moot (2016 Global Finals in Buenos Aires, 2016 Africa Regional Rounds in Nairobi, 2015 Global Finals in London, 2015 Asia Pacific Regional Rounds in Soul, 2014 Global Finals in Malibu, 2013 Global Finals in Frankfurt, 2013 South Asia Regional
Rounds in New Delhi). He completed his studies of law at the Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic in 2014, with a thesis Europeanisation of Investment Protection examining the interface between international investment agreements and EU law in light of the Lisbon Treaty. He spent one year as an exchange student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In 2014, Martin completed the Robinson-Martin Security Scholars Program organized by the Prague Security Studies Institute.
Czech native speaker, he is fluent in English having basic knowledge of German.
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