Klára Dvořáková


Honorary Consul of Iceland to the Czech Republic

- travel, sports and leisure industry
- health care providers
- victims of accidents and medical malpractice

- travel and sports law
- professional liability
- personal injury
- EU law

- Czech
- English
- French

- Charles University Faculty of Law, Prague (Mgr. 2008, JUDr. 2011)
- Kansas State University, USA (M.A., 2006)

Klara is a leading travel law specialist in the Czech Republic. She is a co-author of the first Czech complex legal book on travel law: Travel Law (Dvorakova, born Havlickova, K., Kralova, R. Cestovni pravo. Praha: C. H. Beck, 2015) and commented on package travel contract in the last edition of the Civil Code Commentary (Praha: C. H. Beck, 2017 and 2019). She gives lectures on Travel law at the Faculty of Law in Prague and at the Silesian University in Opava and regularly publishes articles or gives lectures on legal issues related to liability, travelling and regulation of travel business. In 2020 she contributed to the EU Collective Commentary about the New Package Travel Directive.

Klara’s clients are predominantly tour operators, travel agents, hotels and other travel businesses, whom she advises on how to get started or realize new projects: Her team is ready to support them on daily problems.

Klara gained a special attention in Czech media after successfully representing numerous clients of bankrupted tour operators in disputes on paying the insurance claims. The case law of the Constitutional Court and the Supreme Court which Klara helped to establish, resulted in a change of legislation.

Klara is also an experienced professional liability lawyer. She has a special interest in personal injury cases caused by medical malpractice, accidents during travelling and sports – especially climbing or mountaineering. She currently acts as a chief of the Legal Experts Working Group of the International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation (UIAA) and gives regular lectures on Medical Law in Management in Healthcare MBA programme for the Business Institute in Prague and the Cambridge Business School in Prague.

Klara is a Czech law specialist. She has a excellent EU law background too. She has a practical experience by representing before the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg and before the European Commission.