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Jana Gajdošová is a member of the Agency’s Access to Justice and Data Protection teams. Her areas of expertise with respect to the FRA’s work include: international human rights law; the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR); access to justice; national human rights institutions and data protection.
She previously worked as a lawyer in the Office of the Government Agent of the Slovak Republic before the European Court of Human Rights, as a research fellow in the School of Law, University of East Anglia and as an intern at the European Commission’s DG Legal Service.
She has a PhD in human rights law with the ECHR as the main subject, and has published a number of book chapters and articles in the fields of human rights law – including co-authoring two chapters in Colombi Ciacchi, Comandé and Brüggemeier (eds.), Fundamental Rights and Private Law in the EU (Cambridge University Press 2010).