“I decided to study law in order to help people and to do something useful for the world. And this is precisely what Frank Bold wants as well. It’s great to be among people who share the same values as me.”
Laura arrived at Frank Bold in 2016 as a trainee, and in March 2017 she became part of its Responsible Energy team, where she focuses on such topics as atmospheric protection, IPPC, emission limits and the related topic of BAT, air pollution generated by stationary sources from the standpoints of Czech and European law, and the legal aspects of the transformation of the energy industry.
She graduated from the Faculty of Law at Charles University in Prague, where she is continuing her PhD studies today. She has gained key experience at a law firm, at the Ministry of Justice, in various nonprofit projects—and also as a scout leader. Laura focuses primarily on constitutional and administrative law, but she enjoys every area surrounding human rights.