- Section: International and European Sports Law
Tine started working as an Intern at the International and European Sports Law research cluster of the Asser Instituut in June 2015. He previously worked as a Corporate In-House Counsel for two large Slovenian companies in the field of international trade and real estate and as a Judicial Trainee at the Higher Court of Koper (Slovenia). He is a qualified lawyer, having passed the Slovenian State Bar Exam.
He holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree from the University of Ljubljana and is currently finishing a Master of Laws programme in European Law at Leiden University. In addition to that he also spent a year studying at the Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli. He has always held a particular interest in sports law and has thus dedicated both his bachelor’s thesis ("Capital Structure and its Impact on the Legal Status of Sports Organizations") as well as the master's thesis ("FIFA’s Ban on Third Party Ownership and the Common Market: Levelling the Playing Field or Creating New Disparities?"), currently in progress, to different areas of sports/EU/company law.
Tine can work in Slovenian, English, Italian and Croatian/Serbian, and he understands German. He is addicted to football and long-distance running.