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The Slovak Republic
The Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic
 
JUDr. Daniela Švecová
 
President since: October 2,2014
 
Justice of the supreme court since: 1990
 
Career before being justice of the Supreme Court:
1969 - 1974 Law Faculty of the Commenius University in Bratislava
1974 - 1975 County Court Trnava, judicial trainee
1977             Rigorous exam
1975 - 1980 County Court Trnava, judge, chair of senate
1981             County Court Nové Zámky, judge, chair of senate
1982 - 1989  Regional Court in Bratislava, judge
1986             2nd attestation in the Ministry of Justice department
1989 - 1990  Regional Court in Bratislava, chair of senate
since 1990    Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic
judge (1990)
chair of senate (1999)
vice-president (2005 – 2010)
president (October 2, 2014)
 
A member of
Rigorous Commission of the Law Faculty of the Commenius University in Bratislava
Scientific Board of the Law Faculty of the Commenius University in Bratislava
Testing Commission of the Judicial Academy of the Slovak Republic
Civil Code Recodification Commission
 
Lectures & Publications
Application Practice and Legislative Aim of the Private Law Codification (Eurokódex, 2008)
Selected Issues of Court Decision-making (www.ja-sr.sk, 2008)
Non-disposal of res and rights under § 76 art. 1 lett. e/ Civil Judicial Order (textbook from the conference „Enforcement of law in the Slovak Republic,“ Judicial Academy, 2009)
Selected Proposals for the Improvement of Enforcement of law in the Slovak Republic, Closing Study: Enforcement of law in the Slovak Republic (Judicial Academy, 2010)
Restitution Claim and its Cession Options (www.ja-sr.sk)
 
Participation in publications 
Civil Code – Commentary and Related Regulations
Model Contracts and Legal Submissions with Commentary
Dictionary of Slovak Law
Schoolbook of Civil Procedure Law (primary proceeding)
Textbook from the XVI. Conference of the Carlsbad Legal Days
Textbook from the international symposium „Labour  Law in United Europe“