Lecturers and Assistants
dr. Luka Martin Tomažič
Lecturer at subjects: In academic year 2018/19 lecturing at subjects “Pravo socialne varnosti”.
Contact hours: By agreement
E-mail: [email protected]
Main areas of research are legal argumentation, theory and philosophy of law, public international law, international business law, energy law and international political economy and theory. Presently he is actively immersed in researching the possibility of an interpretive turn to Finnis’ theory of natural law, with the intention of concurrent pursuit of both truth and toleration, within a pluralistic society.
He is employed as the primary in-house lawyer of one of the leading Slovenian companies in the energy sector, and has previously gained valuable experience in a law firm, public notary’s office, court system and at an Embassy. He assisted a member and former chairman of the UN International Law Commission with research and was an associate of the Environmental Law Institute in Washington. He is habilitated as a teaching and research assistant in the field of legal theory and philosophy and as a lecturer of business law. He is the author of many academic and non-academic articles and regularly participates at conferences at home and abroad.