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Jan Fikar

I never saw myself as an expert in administrative law and construction law. When I was studying at law school, I found these fields to be an incomprehensible well of theoretical rules. Actually, I don't even know how I found myself writing my thesis in administrative law, and I was honestly struggling with this phase of my studies. But then I started to practice administrative and construction law, and I have found out that it is actually a complex and multifaceted field that never ceases to surprise, always brings new challenges, and it is impossible to fall into a routine. In addition to administrative law, I specialise primarily in real estate law - from contractual relations to permitting processes, where I find a beautiful intersection of private and public law. So, friends, don't be afraid of administrative law!