Deputy to Prosecutor General

Mgr. Jiří Pavlík

Mgr. Jiří Pavlík, náměstek nejvyššího státního zástupce

Education

1997–2002 – Faculty of Law of Masaryk University in Brno

Professional Career

2003–2005 – lawyer of the Municipal Office of Rosice

2005–2006 – clerk of the Office for Government Representation in Property Affairs

2006–2009 – legal trainee at the District Public Prosecutor’s Office in Písek

2009–2013 – public prosecutor at the District Public Prosecutor’s Office in Písek

2013–2014 – public prosecutor at the Prosecutor General’s Office, Analytical and Legislative Department

2014 – Director of Cabinet of Prosecutor General, Prosecutor General’s Office

2016 – appointed as Deputy to Prosecutor General

He specializes in particular to general and property crime, corruption crime nad also to legislative and analytical activities and methodology; his publishing activities focus on topics of criminal law and public prosecution in particular in the Public Prosecution magazine, he is an occasional lecturer of the Judicial Academy and also the member of the Union of Public Prosecutors of the Czech Republic.

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