Michael Holoubek (born November 5, 1962 in Vienna ) is an Austrian lawyer , university professor and constitutional judge . Holoubek is currently Professor of Public Law at the Institute for Austrian and European Public Law at the Vienna University of Economics and Business and a judge at the Austrian Constitutional Court .
Michael Holoubek was born in Vienna on November 5, 1962. From 1973 to 1981 he attended the Modern Language School at the Second Federal High School in the 19th district of Döbling in Vienna . He then studied law at the Law Faculty of the University of Vienna from 1982 to 1986 and also studied German and journalism and communication studies. On July 2, 1986, he graduated as a Magister in Law (Mag.iur.). Immediately afterwards, in 1986/87, Holoubek completed both a post-graduate course for international studies at the University of Vienna as well as legal practice . On 31 March 1989. Michael Holoubek eventually became Doctor of Law (Dr. iur.) Graduated .
After completing his legal practice, Michael Holoubek was employed as a doctoral student in 1987/88 as an assistant at the Institute for Constitutional and Administrative Law at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, and in 1989 and 1990 he worked as a research assistant to constitutional judge Karl Spielbüchler at the Constitutional Court. In 1990 Holoubek moved back to the Vienna University of Economics and Business, where he became a university assistant at the Institute for Constitutional and Administrative Law.
In the meantime, Holoubek was initially deputy chairman from 1993 to January 2006, from November 24, 1997 chairman of the Federal Procurement Control Commission and from 1994 to 2001 a member of the federal private broadcasting authority.
On June 14, 1996, Holoubek completed his habilitation , with which he obtained the license to teach public law at the WU Vienna. In 1997/98 he then took on a first substitute for a professorship for public law at the Institute for Technical and Environmental Law of the Law Faculty of the Technical University of Dresden . However, Holoubek declined any further appointment to this professorship. In the 1998 summer semester, Michael Holoubek became a full professor for public law at the Institute for Constitutional and Administrative Law at the Vienna University of Economics and Business , and in December 1999 he refused an appointment to the University of Linz .
From 2000 to 2003 Michael Holoubek was chairman of the university college of the Vienna University of Economics and Business, during this time from 2001 he was also a member of the extended presidium of the Austrian Rectors' Conference and chairman of the highest collegial bodies. From October 2003 he was a member of the Senate of the Vienna University of Economics and Business and Head of the Institute for Austrian and European Public Law. Michael Holoubek held a further position in the university administration from October 2007 to March 2011 as Vice Rector for Infrastructure and Personnel, then in April 2011 he was appointed Rector's representative for new construction matters at the University of Economics and Business. In the meantime, Holoubeks held a research stay and a visiting professorship at the School of Law at the University of Limerick in Ireland in 2005/06 .
In 2010, at the suggestion of the SPÖ , Holoubek was nominated by the National Council as a judge at the Constitutional Court and in 2011 was appointed by Federal President Heinz Fischer . As a constitutional judge, he has also been one of the permanent consultants of the VfGH since March 2011.
- Broadcasting freedom and broadcasting monopoly , Böhlau, Vienna / Cologne 1990, ISBN 3-205-05344-3 (dissertation University of Vienna 1988/1989, 220 pages, 24 cm).
- Fundamental rights guarantee obligations, a contribution to a general doctrine of fundamental rights (= research from state and law ; Volume 114), Springer, Vienna / New York, NY 1997, ISBN 3-211-82966-0 (Habilitation Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration 1996, X, 416 pages, 23 cm).
- as editor: The future of the constitution - the constitution of the future? Festschrift for Karl Korinek on his 70th birthday . Spriner, Vienna / New York, NY 2010, ISBN 978-3-7091-0507-8 .
- Michael Holoubek's CV on the website of the Vienna University of Economics and Business.
- Presentation of Michael Holoubek on the website of the Constitutional Court.
- Literature by and about Michael Holoubek in the catalog of the Austrian National Library
- Literature by and about Michael Holoubek in the catalog of the German National Library
- ↑ Michael Holoubek new highest judge. In: Small newspaper . November 18, 2010, accessed June 6, 2019 .
- ↑ State of Vienna honors top lawyer Michael Holoubek with a high distinction. In: Rathauskorrespondenz. Press and Information Service of the City of Vienna, June 6, 2019, accessed on June 6, 2019 .
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Austrian constitutional lawyer, judge at the Constitutional Court|
|DATE OF BIRTH||5th November 1962|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Vienna|