Kryštof Kruliš is a Research Fellow of AMO, his research focuses on the internal market of the EU, EU law and relations between the EU and Anglophone countries.
He received his Ph.D. in the European Law at the Law School of the Charles University in Prague in 2017, where he graduated summa cum laude his master degree in Law and legal science. He studied in Sweden at Jönköping International Business School under the Socrates-Erasmus programme. He graduated with distinction his second master programme in Anglophone studies at the Metropolitan University Prague, where he has started to give lectures. In 2018 he also started giving lectures at the New York University in Prague in courses of International Organizations and European Integration.
Kryštof worked as an associate in a Prague branch of a leading international law firm where he provided legal advisory within the areas of the Czech law and law of the EU to eminent Czech and foreign clients from both private and public sectors. In his private legal practice he has focused on the EU law and international public law issues. In 2016 he founded registered institute Spotřebitelské forum, an NGO dealing with Consumer issues, and become a chairmen of its board.
He has been cooperating with AMO since 2014.