The last step to enforce legal rights in the Slovenian legal system is to initiate a procedure at the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia. The legal remedy in case of the violation of the constitutionally guaranteed human rights and fundamental freedoms is a constitutional complaint. The latter can be (besides some exceptional cases) used after all other legal remedies are exhausted. The complaint shall be allowed against a ruling within 60 days of the delivery of the individual legal act against which a constitutional complaint is allowed.
After all legal remedies are exhausted by Slovenian law (as a rule the last remedy is a constitutional complaint), one can file a complaint with the European Court of Human Rights in case those were violated. The complaint shall be allowed withing 6 months of the delivery of the last ruling of the national court.
The relations between individuals and legal persons are getting more and more cross-border. Usually an international element occurs, therefore rules of international private and public law shall apply.
Within constitutional and international law we provide legal advice and representation in:
- proceedings at the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia,
- proceedings at the European Court of Human Rights,
- proceedings at the Court of Justice of the European Union.