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Roman Dubeň

Already when I first read Vojtěch Zamarovský's History Written by Rome in one summer day at a young age, it was clear to me that I wanted to pursue history professionally. After the Greek miracle, philosophy and other social sciences joined in. But being a smart child, I quickly found out that the only one of the social sciences that would support me and allow me to pursue the other areas in an amateur way (books are terribly expensive) was law. So now I'm a lawyer specialising mainly in the areas of intellectual property, drones, IT, gambling, business contracts, personal data and Internet law in general. This gives me a good excuse to be an expert in everything and nothing, because of course everyone understands that I can't focus on one area when I spend so much time becoming an expert in a completely different area of law. But don't tell anyone.