It was my interest in history and philosophy that guided my path into law. I am fascinated by all aspects of the law. When solving cases, this enables me to focus on the details without losing sight of the bigger picture.
Besides being precise and professional with my clients, I strive to be accessible and open. I like to explore not only “law in action”, but also “law in books”. I immerse myself in law as a system, where I try to find answers to fundamental questions about the nature of law itself. I concentrate on how law is structured logically and systematically, while also considering its ethical aspect and how it is linked to morality.
I am fluent in English.
In my work, I focus primarily on commercial and civil law, dispute resolution, debt collection, bankruptcy and enforcement law, corporate matters and transaction advice, administrative law and regulation, employment law, criminal law and constitutional law.
In litigation, I mainly have experience of proceedings related to government liability for damage caused by unlawful acts and wrongful conduct.
The academic sphere represents the inseparable part
of my practice. At present, I am also an assistant at Department of Theory of
Law and Constitutional Law at Trnava University in Trnava, Faculty of Law,
where I teach the theory of law. In the academic field, I dedicate myself to
analytical jurisprudence, the relationship between ethics and law and the
normativity of law.
Slovak Bar Association (SBA)
Trnava University in Trnava, Faculty of Law, Department of Theory of Law and Constitutional Law
Member of Academic Senate of Trnava University in
Trnava, Faculty of Law (2015 – 2020)
Recognition of Faculty Dean and Scholarship for Exceptional
Bachelor Thesis “Relationship Between Law and Morality” (2018)
Krajáč, A. The Material Core of the Constitution and the Imperative of Immutability. In: Legal horizon. 4/2019. pp. 336–345. ISSN: 0032-6984
Krajáč, A. Enforcing Morality Through Criminal Law. In: Proceedings of the 10th Academic Student Conference of the Faculty of Law of Trnava University. Trnava : Faculty of Law, Trnava University. 2019. pp. 6–14. ISBN: 978-80-568-0059-1