Jan Komárek is a lecturer at London School of Economics and Political Science in its European Institute and Department of Law. Jan is interested in EU law and politics in general, US constitutional law, judicial process and some aspects of legal reasoning. Jan holds degrees from University of Oxford (M.St. 2007, D. Phil. 2011), Stockholm University (LL.M. 2004) and Charles University in Prague (Mgr. 2001, JUDr. 2002). He also obtained Diploma of the Academy of Euroean Law (EU Law Session) 2004, European University Institute in Florence and Central European University Diploma in Advanced European Union Legal Practice, magna cum laudem (CEU, Budapest).

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