Assoc. prof. Janez Čebulj is Associate Professor of administrative law, aadministrative procedure and Constitutional Review at the Management and Law Faculty.
University education: Legum Doctor in Public Administrative Law – LL.D. (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Law, 1992), Legum Magister in Public Administration – LL.M. (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Law, 1990), Bachelors Sc. in Law (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Law, 1986).
Between 1986 and 1991 he was employed at the Institute for Public Administration at the Faculty of Law in Ljubljana. Between 1991 and 1994 he was counsellor to the Government of RS, advising the Minister of environmental protection regarding organizational, functional and legal matters and preparation of environmental protection legislation. Since 1993 he had performed the duty of Secretary of the Constitutional Court, until 1998 when he commenced the duties of judge of the Constitutional Court. Between 2004 and 2007 he has been President of the Constitutional Court. Between 2008 and 2011 he was a Dean and Vice-Dean of Faculty of State and European Studies in Kranj. Currently he is a Project Manager in private consulting organization.
His research work mainly concerns administrative law, constitutional administrative law, information privacy, public services, judicial review of legality of administrative acts and decisions and administrative aspects of environmental protection.