doc. JUDr. Marek Domin, PhD.

Katedra ústavného práva
Právnická fakulta
Univerzita Komenského v Bratislave

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marek.domin(at)flaw.uniba.sk

PROFILE IN ENGLISH

Marek Domin holds a PhD in Constitutional Law and is an assistant professor in Constitutional Law at the Faculty of Law of the Comenius University in Bratislava (Slovakia). He has been a member of the Department of Constitutional Law since 2013, since 2014 at position of assistant professor.
 
Within the framework of pedagogical activities, Marek Domin gives, toghether with other members of the Department of Constitutional Law, lectures and seminars of courses Štátoveda (theory of  the State and constitutional theory) and Ústavné právo (constitutional law of the Slovak Republic). In addition, he also gives lectures of optional courses Politológia pre právnikov (political sciencies for lawyers) and Volebné právo a volebné systémy (law of elections and electoral systems). In the case of the last mentioned, he is also the guarantee of this course.
 
In the matter of research and publishing activities, Marek Domin is particularly interested in issues of law of elections, but also in issues of constitutional aspects of direct democracy and issues of relations between the supreme constitutional authorities. He is the author of one monograph published in Slovak - "Inštitút kontrasignácie aktov hlavy štátu. Osobitne v ústavnom systéme Slovenskej republiky" (Institute of Countersignature of Head of State`s acts. Particularly in the Constitutional System of the Slovak Republic, 2015). Marek Domin also wrote an extensive commentary on the Slovak Electoral Code (2018) and two textbooks published in Slovak - Volebné právo a volebné systémy (Law of Elections and Electoral Systems, 2017) and Repetitórium ústavného práva (Repeat of the Constitutional Law, 2017, as a co-autor). Moreover, Marek Domin is the author of more than 50 studies and articles published in the Slovak Republic, Czech Republic and Poland.

(Update: October 16, 2018)

 

Marek Domin holds a PhD in Constitutional Law and is an Associate Professor of Constitutional Law at the Comenius University, Faculty of Law. He has been a member of the Department of the Constitutional Law since 2013, since 2018 at the position of Associate Professor.

His educational activity is devoted to Constitutional Law, mainly Law of Elections and Electoral Systems. Marek Domin gives, toghether with other members of the Department of Constitutional Law, lectures and seminars of courses of Theory of the State and Constitutional Theory (Štátoveda) and of Constitutional Law of the Slovak Republic (Ústavné právo). In addition, he also gives lectures of optional course Law of Elections and Electoral Systems (Volebné právo a volebné systémy). In the case of the last mentioned, he is also the guarantee of this course. Marek Domin also teaches as an lecturer at the University of the Third Age and at the Diplomatic Academy - Karol Rybárik Institute of International Relations, both parts of the Comenius University.

In the matter of research and publishing activity, Marek Domin is particularly interested in issues of Law of Elections, but also in other issues of Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Theory of the State and Constitutional Theory. He participated in various university study visits (Salamanca, Prague) and participated in several research projects and grants, including an international project supported by the Visegrad Fund.

Marek Domin is the author of two scientific monographs published in Slovak, the title of the last one is Universal suffrage in the Slovak Republic and its material ensuring (Všeobecnosť volebného práva v Slovenskej republike a jej materiálne zabezpečenie, 2018). Marek Domin also wrote an extensive commentary on Slovak Electoral Code (2018) and textbook published in Slovak - Law of Elections and Electoral Systems (Volebné právo a volebné systémy, 2017). Moreover, Marek Domin is also the co-autor of another textbook published in Slovak - Repeat of the Constitutional Law (Repetitórium ústavného práva, 2017) and the author or co-autor of more than 50 studies and articles published in the Slovak Republic, Czech Republic and Poland. He also writes blogs in English on current issues of Slovak Constitutional Law (Blog of the IACL and I.CONnect - Blog of the International Journal of Constitutional Law.