Roman Kramařík graduated from Charles University Law School in 1997. In 2000, he completed his postgraduate studies (JUDr., Ph.D.) and became an advocate.
He began his career as an intern at the ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) in Paris in 1994, UBS in Geneva in1994, UBS in Hong Kong in 1995 and White & Case in Prague between 1995 and 1997. From 1997 to 2003, he worked as a trainee and later as a qualified lawyer at Allen & Overy in both Prague and London. In 2004, along with Nick Johnson and Eva Nováková, he founded the law firm Johnson & Kramařík, which later changed its name to Johnson Šťastný Kramařík and which has been known as JŠK since 2014. Roman’s experience includes representing numerous clients in acquisitions and financing, restructuring the Czech oil refinery business, financial and operating aircraft leases, and representing multinational clients in litigation and competition matters. Roman has substantial experience in the fields of public infrastructure, PPP, energy, telecommunications and healthcare.
With Roman´s involvement, JŠK co-founded the Association for the Development of Infrastructure (ARI), as well as www.obczan.cz, a community portal about the new Czech civil law.