Renáta Šínová primarily
focuses on civil procedural law. In this field she specializes e. g. to so-called
procedural conditions (conditions of proceedings), as well as to law of enforcement.
Protection against unlawful enforcement of enforcement in inadmissible range
belong to objects of her primary attention. Over a long period, she draws her
attention as well to non-contentious proceedings related to the second field of
her specialization which is family law.
She graduated from Faculty of
Law, Palacký University in Olomouc and subsequently achieved Ph.D. degree from
Masaryk University in Brno. During her master´s studies she received financial
support from French government and studied at Université Saint Martin D´Heres
in Grenoble. Later, in 2008, she gained Visiting Scholar status at School of
Law, Berkeley in California. She taught also at University of San Diego,
Université D´Auvergne (Clermont-Ferrand) or Université La Rochelle.
She has been an assistant
professor for civil procedural law and family law at Civil law and Civil
procedural law Department at Palacký University´s Faculty of Law in
Olomouc since 2001, when she finished her master´s degree. From 2012 to 2013
she was a member of the Czech Ministry of Justice´s Committee for civil
procedural law harmonisation with the New Civil Code, from 2012-2014 then a
member of Committee for civil procedural law´s recodification in Slovakia. In
2016 she was appointed a member of Committee for civil law harmonisation
in Slovakia. For a long period, she has lectured at the Judicial Academy of the
Czech Republic and acted as an external consultant to the Office for
International Legal Protection of Children.
Apart from many articles she is the leading author of civil procedure law textbooks (C.H.Beck, 2014 and 2015), co-author of commentaries to Civil Procedure Code (Wolters Kluwer, 2009 and C.H.Beck, 2009) and author of extensive passages in the volume IV of the Big commentary to the Civil Code (Melzer, Tégl, Leges 2016). She is a lead co-author of a series of monographs focused on family law institutes which are published by Leges (Marriage, Divorce, Family Law Proceedings, Parental Responsibility).
Prior to joining our law firm she spent two years working in the field of justice for minor children and people with incapacities and prior to that in Moravian law firm specialized on family law and civil law matters.
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