Work with our team of competent experts dealing with issues of environmental protection, waste management, circular economy and digitalization of related processes.
Senko Pličanič is an established legal expert in the field of public administrative law, sustainable development law, environmental law, water law, waste law and mineral resources law with a long and rich academic and political career, author and co-author of many scientific articles and publications. He is currently Professor of Administrative Law and Environmental Law at the Department of Administrative Law at the Faculty of Law in Ljubljana and lectures at other faculties of the University of Ljubljana. Pličanič participates in and advises public and private projects in the areas of sustainable development, environmental and water protection, management of natural resources and mineral resources, public services and digital transformation.
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SOL.LEX .SUS forms a team of competent experts dealing with issues of environmental protection, waste management, circular economy and digitalization of related processes, with more than two decades of experience in Slovenia and internationally from Europe and Middle East to the Caribbean, having assisted several countries in regulating matters and drafting legal frameworks for various challenges.
Our mission is to strive for sustainable development that provides effective
environmental protection to businesses and requires them to compromise between development and
conservation interests, which can only be realized through a clear and concrete plan of sustainable
economic development that must be guaranteed by an appropriate legal system.
We focus on the legal assessment of legislation, administration and policy acts at the national and local levels, identifying and removing legal obstacles, while stimulating and supporting the implementation and promotion of best practices for key stakeholders and businesses. We actively advocate awareness and networking of responsible stakeholders, as well as an active role of state and local self-government aiming at the goal that economic activities are based on the preservation of the environment and not on (excessive) interventions in it.