I am the Shaw Foundation Fellow in Law at Lincoln College. Before coming to Lincoln, I had posts at the University of Oxford (Balliol) and Cambridge (Emmanuel College).
I completed my first degree in law at the Charles University in Prague and also hold an LL.M. in European Integration from Europa-Institut, Saarland University. I obtained my DPhil from Oxford for my research on “Gender in law under after State Socialism: the example of the Czech Republic”. I visited several law schools as a guest researcher, including Harvard University and University of Michigan Law Schools as a Fulbright scholar.
I teach Constitutional Law, Administration Law, EU Law and Feminist Jurisprudence to undergraduates and contribute to the BCL/MJur course on Comparative Equality.
My research interests include gender legal studies and feminist jurisprudence, equality and antidiscrimination law, Czech law, constitutional and EU law.