PETRA SMOLNIKAR, attorney at law
+386 (0)41 533 533
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+386 (0)41 533 533
|2017- …||PETRA SMOLNIKAR LAW (founder)|
|2015–2017||SCHÖNHERR Lawfirm (local partner)|
|2013–2015||SCHÖNHERR Lawfirm (attorney-at-law)|
|2011–2013||SCHÖNHERR Lawfirm (attorney candidate)|
|2009–2010||HIGH COURT IN LJUBLJANA (court trainee)|
|2009–2011||KOMAK (legal advisor, director)|
|2009–2011||AVEKTIS (legal advisor, director)|
|2007-2009||TAXGROUP (legal advisor)|
|2005-2006||KOMAK (legal advisor)|
|2020-…||Correspondent at Employment Law Review|
|2019–…||Co-author of the publication Food Information for Consumers|
|2018–…||Correspondent at Linklaters’ Data Protected|
|2017–…||Member of Centre of Expertise for Personal Data (SCOP)|
|2017-2019||Member of AmCham Committee for Circular Economy|
|2015–…||National correspondent at DATA GUIDANCE, the global privacy intelligence platform (now: ONE TRUST)|
|2014–…||National correspondent at EELC of the European Employment Law Association|
|2011-…||Slovenian Attorney-at-Law Chamber|
Romana Ulčar graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Ljubljana, and continued with her masters studies by attending the master’s study programme, commercial law module, which she successfully (cum laude) finished in 2020. The topic of her master’s thesis was The Current Issues of Student Work in Practice. During her studies, she gain valuable experience from the Pitamic competition, the Employment Law Clinic and the Legal Solution competition.
She has been a legal assistant at Petra Smolnikar Law since 2019, advising clients on various employment-related areas, such as termination of employment relationships, health and safety at work, working hours, collective agreements and employees’ special protection against dismissals. Romana drafts a variety of working regulations, employment and other work-related contracts. She also assists in data protection matters and civil law questions. She speaks English and basic Russian.
Tjaša Marinček is currently studying at the Faculty of Law, University of Ljubljana. She is very active at the Faculty, cooperating intensively with management, drafting opinions and conclusions on pedagogic and research work, and she is one of the star students. Among her various activities, she engages enthusiastically in her role as the Representative of Students in the Senate of the Faculty and is an active member at the Slovenian Student Organisation.
Mostly assisting PETRA SMOLNIKAR LAW in the fields of employment and labour law, family law and civil law, she is also passionate about environmental and food law. One of her main points of interest is comparative research in the field of employment of graduates in Slovenia and abroad, thereby investigating the pros and cons of employment on the domestic and international market.
The Employment Law Review, 11th edition, chapter XX (Slovenia), 2020
Regulation 1169/2011, Food Information for Consumers (a short expert commentary) by meyer.rechtsanwälte (co-author), 2019
Slovenian chapter on Slovenian Implementing Regulation Concerning Regulation 1169/ (“FIC REGULATION”) and National Rules on Allergens in Food.News (Legal and Regulatory News) by Meyerlegal.de, 2017
Has the European Court of Human Rights Officially Allowed Employers to Read Employees’ Private E-mails?, Schoenherr legal insights, 2016See more
PETRA SMOLNIKAR LAW
Dunajska 51, 8th floor
Mob: +386 41 533 533
Tel: +386 5 9937 934
Fax: +386 1 436 40 55
Identification number: 2516772000
Tax / VAT number: SI35855525
Bank account: SI56 0510 0801 4036 280, ABANKA d.d.
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