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Ursa Jozelj


CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
Bleiweisova 30
1000 Ljubljana
Languages Slovenian, English, German


Urša Jozelj is an associate specialised in commercial law. Since joining CMS Slovenia in 2015, she has been a member of its commercial and corporate/M&A practice . Urša Jozelj has been involved in most of the local and cross-border M&A engagements handled by the Slovenian team. She has experience in advising domestic and multi-national corporate clients from various industries and sectors on their day-to-day corporate and commercial issues. Moreover, her advice extends to regulatory and compliance issues, covering a broad range of industries including consumer protection, life sciences & healthcare and anti-money laundering regulations. Furthermore, Urša Jozelj is an expert in energy law, particularly in handling matters related to renewable energy.

Previous work experience / training

Urša Jozelj already gained professional experience during her studies, when she worked for a public agency and a local law firm. She also completed a student internship at the Slovenian embassy in Berlin. After finishing her studies, she worked on research project funding at a public research institute in Ljubljana.

During her studies, Urša Jozelj was an exchange student at the University of Münster in Germany.

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  • 2019 – State Bar Examination, Republic of Slovenia
  • 2014 – Bachelor of Laws (univerzitetni diplomirani pravnik), Faculty of Law of the University of Ljubljana
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  • Bar Association of Slovenia
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