Dr. Til Rozman obtained his bachelor’s degree in law from the University of Ljubljana Law School in 2009. After legal internship (2009–2011), Rozman worked as a young researcher in the field of civil and corporate law and as a teaching assistant at the University of Ljubljana (2011–2015). From 2015 to 2019 he has been teaching at the Faculty of Social Sciences in the field of Comparative Corporate Law and EU Law, and since 2015 he has been employed as a market regulation expert at the Agency for Communication Networks and Services of the Republic of Slovenia.
Rozman was also member of two research projects at the Research Centre for Comparative Corporate Law, namely ‘Socially Responsible Corporate Governance as the Foundation of the new Development Paradigm of Slovenia and EU‘, and ‘Corporate Governance of State-Owned Enterprises: Contemporary Issues and Challenges for Slovenia and EU‘. In 2016, Rozman cum laude defended his doctoral thesis on the issues of normative regulation and business practices of managing corporate groups in the Republic of Slovenia and the EU and was awarded with the title PhD.
In 2018, Rozman was appointed as an Assistant Professor of Civil and Commercial Law at the University of Ljubljana. The author has published several academic articles and has delivered papers at national and international conferences. In 2020, Rozman became member of the ongoing research project ‘Holistic approach to business and human rights: a normative reform of Slovenian and international legal order’ at the New University, Faculty of Government and European Studies.