Vice Dean for International Relations
doc. JUDr. Lívia Trellová, PhD.
Scope of function:
• preparing the concept of faculty's relations with foreign universities and faculties
• co-organization of scholarly events with international participants
• organization and management of student academic mobility and mobility of university staff and researchers based on bilateral agreements
• coordination of courses taught in foreign languages
• ERASMUS+ coordinator
Lívia Trellová (female) is an Associate Professor of Constitutional law at the Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Law. She graduated with honors from the Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Law (2005), earned her PhD. degree at the Comenius University Faculty of Law (2008). During her university studies she took part in erasmus exchange programme and studied 6 months at Faculty of Law, Ghent University, and as well in one Summer-school on Human Rights organised by University Institute in Italy. She focuses on teaching courses on theory of state and consitutional law, but had previously been lecturing the courses on Bodies of Law Protection, Theory and Practice of Legislation, Constitutional Guarantee of Human Rights Protection. She was cofounder and teacher of subject Comparative Constitutional Law and founder and teacher of course on Human Rights and Freedoms in the Jurisdiction of the European Court of Human Rights in English at the department of constitutional law. Lívia Trellová published 2 monographs, is co-author of a Commentary on the Slovak Republic's Constitution, published several university textbooks, many scientific articles and studies and she also participated in several research projects and grants ( including APPV, VEGA projects and in the European Social Fund project, and in project SAMRS- Slovak Aid). She has participated in various conferences and workshops. She visited John Marshall Law School, Chicago in 2017 (USA), Faculty of Law, Salzburg University in 2017 (Austria) and Faculty of Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2018 (Greece) for shorter study and research visits.