JUDr. Milada Tomková
Vice-President (since 3 May 2013)
Graduated from the Faculty of Law at Charles University, obtaining the title Doctor of Law summis auspiciis. In the years 1987 to 2003, she worked at the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, from 1992 as Director of the Legislative Department; in this role she was responsible for the preparation of legal regulations covering social care under the new social conditions after 1990. She was also concerned with issues in international co-operation in the area of social security and took part in a number of international conferences and seminars related to social security law. She went to the European Commission on a research fellowship of several months focusing on EU law in the area of social care. In the years 1998 to 2003, she was a member of the Government Legislative Council of the Czech Republic. She drafted amendments to accompanying laws in the area of social care in connection with the preparation of reforms to the administrative justice system.
She was appointed a judge in 2003 when she joined the Supreme Administrative Court, where she held the positions of Presiding Judge at the Social Security Law Division and Presiding Judge at the Disciplinary Division for matters concerning public prosecutors. She was also a member of the Board of the Judicial Academy. She works externally with the Faculty of Law at Charles University in Prague.
On 3 May 2013, she was appointed Justice at the Constitutional Court and Vice-president of the Court by the President of the Republic.