Teaching activities

  • 95 hours of teaching activities
  • preparation of teaching materials (ppt-presentations)
  • preparation of the new study course/syllabus European Union Energy Law and Policy
  • preparation of the new study course/syllabus Liberalization of Infrastructure Sectors, Public Services and Competition
  • preparation of the new study course/syllabus Public Economic Law
  • supervision of master theses dealing with topical questions, i.e. internal energy market and competition, energy efficiency, renewables and new technologies in the energy sector
  • supervision of student's paper-works dealing with energy law
  • co-coaching of the student's team participating the European Law Moot Court
  • visit of the House of European Union (Representation of the European Commission and of the European Parliament) - lecture on European Union for students held by the employee of the House
  • visit of the Slovenian Constitutional Court - lectures on the application of the European Union law held by the constitutional judge and president of the Constitutional Court.

Research activities and related activities

  • preparation of the text for the book Public Services and Related Concepts: Understanding European Union's Legal Framework for Services of General Economic Interest (New York: Nova Science Publishers)
  • preparation of the text for the article on European Union competition law in the energy sector (enforcement of supranational competition rules) in co-authorship with ex master programme student
  • organization of the roundtable debate Challenges in the Energy Sector after the new energy package (Clean energy for all Europeans);
  • organization of the roundtable debate The Role of Public Agencies (Sectoral Regulators) and their Autonomy;
  • invited speech at the conference Energy sector and Offenses;
  • invited speech at the conference the Days of the Slovenian Lawyers (section: Legal Aspects of Regulation and Liberalization of the Economic Sectors, including energy sector).