The Habilitation Committee is a working body of the Senate of the faculty.
The Habilitation Committee comprises at least five members who are elected by the Senate of the faculty from among the higher education lecturers who fulfil the requirements for election into the Senate of the faculty. The student representative is also part of the Habilitation Committee.
The Habilitation Committee gives its opinion in the process of appointment to the titles and ensures the unified use of criteria for appointment to the titles of higher education lecturer, researcher and higher education associate.
The Habilitation Committee also gives its opinion on the withdrawal of the titles from the previous paragraph.
The Habilitation Committee works at meetings and has a quorum if the majority of members are present at the meeting. Their decisions are adopted with the absolute majority of Committee members.
The term of office of the Habilitation Committee members lasts for two years and they can be reappointed after the expiry of this period.
The Faculty Habilitation Committee consists of:
- Prof. Andrej Anžič, PhD – President
- Prof. Peter Jambrek, PhD
- Prof. Ernest Petrič, PhD
- Prof. Krešimir Puharič, PhD
- Assoc. Prof. Janez Čebulj, PhD
- Assoc. Prof. Kaliopa Dimitrovska Andrews, PhD
- Leon Bernot, student
Habilitation Commission acts in accordance with the Criteria for awarding titles of university teachers, researchers and faculty associates at the European Faculty of Law.