Ms Ivana JANŮ
Charles University, Faculty of Law, Prague, graduation 1973.
Doctorate in Public International Law, 1974 (JUDr.- LL.D.).
- 2015 – onwards President of the Office for Personal Data Protection of the Czech Republic
- 2004 – 2014 judge of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic (the highest court of the country)
- 2001 – 2004 ad litem judge of the International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia. Elected by General Assembly of the United Nations in June 2001, sworn in as judge on September 3rd, 2001.
- 1993 – 2001 judge and vice-president of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic (the highest court of the country)
- 1989 – 1993 member of Parliament,
- vice-president of the Foreign Affairs Committee,
- member of Legal, Mandate and Immunity Committee,
- worked on drafting the Constitution of the Czech Republic after democratic changes.
- 1983 – 1989 senior lawyer in a construction company (Instav Prague)
- 1979 – 1989 ad hoc associated judge of the District Court, Prague 6
- 1973 – 1983 worked in the field of environmental legislation, Water Research Research Institute, Prague.
- 2005 - 2014 advisor to the International Criminal Law Services Foundation in The Hague.
- 2001 - 2004 ad litem judge of the International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia
- 1998 - 2001 member of the Venice Commission
- 1995 - 2001 representative at the Delegation of European Constitutional Courts
- 1991 - 1993 member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg. Member of the Political and Legal Committee.
- 1994 fellowship: one-month Human Rights Training Program, Montreal, Canada
- 1991 fellowship: two-month study program in Washington, D.C on U.S. constitutional system
- Czech (native)
- English (fluent)
- Russian (basic)