Born in 1985, she is in her final year of doctoral studies at the Department of Criminal Law, Masaryk University in Brno. Her main area of interest is international law and criminal law with regard to the issues of terrorism, organized crime, guerrilla movements and extremism, especially in Europe and Latin America. She completed a six-month study internship at the Universidad de la República in Montevideo, where she studied Political Science, and a month-long research internship at the Centro de Estudios Judiciales, also in Montevideo, focusing on research of the criminal prosecution of members of the Tupamaros guerrilla movement. In her publications that were released so far, she focuses primarily on the victims of terrorism, terrorism investigation and criminal liability of legal persons; she last lectured on terrorism at the 17th World Congress of Criminology in Monterrey, Mexico in 2014.
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