Ondřej Svoboda graduated from the Faculty of Law, Charles University in Prague. He also holds a B.A. degree in International Area Studies from the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague. From 2009 to 2010 he studied international relations and politics at the University of Kent as part of the Erasmus programme. Currently, he teaches public international law at the Faculty of Law of Charles University as a PhD candidate. His main fields of interests include international investment law, WTO law and the European Union’s trade policy.
- EU-India Investment Negotiations and their Prospects in Era of Backlash and Reform (2018)
- No Reason to Party: United Kingdom as Party to EU Free Trade Agreements after Brexit (2018)
- Current State of Transparency in Investment Arbitration: Progress Made But Not Enough (2017)
- TTIP and ISDS: not irreconcilable acronyms (2015)