Simona Perečinská



About me

As a student, I observe the world of law with eyes wide open, fully devoted and enthusiastic, while embracing new information and experience. In my opinion, it is essential to have the most in-depth insight possible and perceive the context from every angle and perspective. Thus, I consider it vital to educate myself in law and other related disciplines and understand the various aspects of the current socio-economic situation.

I speak fluent English and study French, which I passively understand.

Practice & Experience

As a paralegal, I deal with widely spread agendas, above all including continuous help and support for our lawyers. I follow the latest legal trends, research case law, academic writings, and literature. I contribute to keeping my colleagues’ knowledge up-to-date by briefing them about the new legislature and improving our know-how by studying current case law of both Slovak and European courts.

During my studies, I take part in Erazmus+ educational projects and travel abroad to improve my languages and soft skills. I also participate in academic activities as director of seminars and conferences organized by the European Law Students’ Association (ELSA) based in Trnava.


University of Trnava, Faculty of Law (since 2020)

High School Konštantínova 2, Prešov (2012-2020)

State Language School, Prešov (2011-2018)

Erazmus+ Youth Exchanges:

Generating Outdoor Active Leaders (Cyprus, 2019)

I Will Be Aware (Estonia, 2018)