Prof. Dr. Peter Jambrek - Head of Liason Office ESLG-Nova Univerza-UBT

Prof. Dr. Peter Jambrek is a full professor of law. Professor Jambrek is a Slovenian sociologist, jurist, politician and intellectual. He is considered among the fathers of the current Slovenian Constitution and among the most influential public intellectuals in Slovenia. Professor Jambrek holds PhD in Sociology from University of Chicago. Professor Jambrek is currently serving as a President of Management Board of Nova Univerza Slovenia and Head of Liaison Office between College ESLG, Nova Univerza, and University for Business and Technology.

Professor Jambrek is author of several books, surveys and monographs in the field of state law; practice: Minister of the Interior, Judge of the European Court of Human Rights, Constitutional Judge, and member of the Venice Commission.

 Judicial Career 

•    European Court of Human Rights, Judge, 1993-1998
•    Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia, Judge, 1990-1998;   
•    Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia, President, 1991-1994

Academic Career

•    Nova Univerza, Rector 2018-2019;
•    College ESLG, Rector
•    Nova Univerza, Professor of Constitutional and Human Rights Law, 2006-2020
•    European Faculty of Law, Dean
•    Faculty of Law of the University of Ljubljana, Department of Theory of Law and State, professor (last position), 1984 - 1999
•    Faculty of Government Administration of the University of Ljubljana 1999-2001, professor 
•    Visiting Professorships: University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, USA), 1989;
•    University of Virginia (Charlottesville, USA), 1982;
•    University of Zambia (Lusaka, Zambia), 1973-1975 
•    Center for International Affairs, Harvard University (Boston), Research Fellow, 1976


•    Komentar Ustave Republike Slovenije, Fakulteta za podiplomske državne in evropske študije, 2002, str. 1-1247, član uredniškega sveta; avtor: Preambula, str. 30-42; 1. člen, 43-52; 22. člen, str. 240- 251; 23. člen, str. 257-263, 263-265 (s F. Testenom)
•    “In which respects denationalisation law restricts restitution of property in former communist countries: the case of Slovenia”, v: Paul Mahoney, Franz Matscher, Herbert Petzold and Luzius Wildhaber (eds.), Protecting Human Rights: The European Perspective, Koeln: Carl Heymannns Verlag KG, 2000
•    “Constitutional-Law Teaching in Slovenia”, v: Jean-Francois Flauss (ed.),  L’enseignement du droit constitutionnel, Bruxelles: Bruyant, 2000, 85-94
•    “Individual complaints v. structural violence: reactive and proactive role of the Strasbourg court of law,” v: In our hands: the effectiveness of human rights protection, Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing, 1998
•    “Opinion on the Constitutional Situation in Bosnia and Hercegovina with Particular Regard to Human Rights Protection Mechanism”, with Antonio La Pergola et al., report adopted by the Venice Commission, Council of Europe, Strasbourg, 1996
•    “Slovensko Ustavno sodišče pod okriljem evropskih standardov in mehanizmov za varovanje človekovih pravic”, Človekove pravice, Pravna fakulteta, Ljubljana, 1996
•    Ustavna demokracija, Ljubljana: Državna založba Slovenije, 1992, str. 1-463
•    “A Directly-Elected President With Limited Powers” (with. D. Chapman), v: Can Civil Wars Be Avoided: Electoral and Constitutional Models for Ethnically Divided Countries, London: The Institute for Social Inventions, 1991
•     »Human Rights in a Multi-ethnic State: The Case of Yugoslavia«, v: Human Rights and Security, Vojtech Mastny and Jan Zielonka (eds.), Oxford: Westview Press, 1991, pp. 177-202
•    Oblast in opozicija v Sloveniji, Maribor: Založba Obzorja, 1989, str. 1-67
•    Gradivo za slovensko ustavo, Ljubljana (Časopis za kritiko znanosti), 1988; avtor: “Ustava in slovensko narodno vprašanje”, “Temeljne človekove pravice in svoboščine”
•    Varstvo človekovih pravic, Ljubljana: Mladinska knjiga, 1988, str. 1-549, sourednik in soavtor
•    “Improvement of the Exercise of Human Rights in Urban Areas: Ecology of Urban Deprivation”, UNESCO, Division of Human Rights and Peace (Paris), 1983, str. 1-57 (research report)
•    “Compatibility between Self-Government and Courts: The Case of Judicial Reforms in Yugoslavia”, v: Disputes and the Law, Maureen Cain and Kalman Kulcsar (eds.), Budapest: Akademiai Kiado, 1983, str .183-202
•    “Participation as a Human Right and as a Means for the Exercise of Human Rights”, UNESCO, Division of Human Rights and Peace (Paris), 1982, str. 1-239 (research report)
•    Development and Social Change in Yugoslavia: Crises and Perspectives of Building a Nation, Westmead: Saxon House, D.C.Heath Ltd., 1975, str. 1-280


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