PROFILE IN ENGLISH
update: 1 January 2021
Marek as a scientist, lawyer and teacher
Marek Domin (1988) is a lawyer, university teacher and author of nonfiction (academic) literature. He holds a PhD in Constitutional Law and is an Associate Professor in the same field. He is a member and Deputy Head of the Department of the Constitutional Law at Comenius University, Faculty of Law.
His educational activity is devoted to Constitutional Law, mainly Law of Elections and Electoral Systems. Marek Domin gives, together 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 participates in other forms of teaching, including supervision of PhD students. He 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 and Representative Democracy, 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 wrote scientific monograph published in Slovak with title Universal suffrage in the Slovak Republic and its material ensuring (2018). Marek Domin is also author of two commentaries to Slovak electoral legislation (Act on Electoral Campaign, 2019 and Act on the Conditions of Exercise of the Right to Vote, 2018) and co-author of commentary to Slovak Act on Political Parties (2019). Regarding a pedagogical publishing activities, Marek Domin is author of and textbook published in Slovak - Law of Elections and Electoral Systems (2017) and co-autor of two Slovak textbooks dealing with constitutional law (Constitutional Law, 2019 and Repeat of the Constitutional Law, 2017). He is also the author or co-autor of several dozen of studies and articles published in Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland and Romania. 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.
As a appreciation of Marek Domin's scientific, publishing and pedagogical activities in the field of law of elections, he was repeatedly (2019 and 2020) asked for consultation by experts of OSCE mission assessing elections (ODIHR EAM) and nominated to an expert working group at the Ministry of the Interior of the Slovak Republic dealing with assessing of risks associated with the possible introduction of electronic voting in Slovakia.
For details, see my CV.
Marek in private life
Marek Domin (1988) was born in Bratislava (Slovakia), where he also lives together with his wife. His hobbies include aviation, listening to rock music, traveling, watching movies and series and reading. In addition to constitutional, political and historical literature, he also enjoys speculative fiction, particularly sci-fi. In the past, especially during high school and university studies, he was also intensively involved in aircraft photography (plane spotting). He hopes he will return to this hoppy ever again.