|Name||Prof. Dr. Daiva Petrylaitė|
|Current place of work||Vilnius University, Faculty of Law|
|Field of research||Labour law; Social partnership law; Civil service law|
|Professional career||2016- present Vilnius University, Law Faculty (professor)
2013-present Vilnius University, Law Faculty, Institute of Collective Labour law and Social Partnership (head)
2005-2014 International Business School (lecturer)
2001-2016 Vilnius University Law Faculty (lecturer)
2005-2006 Ministry of the Internal Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania, Law-making Division (head)
2001-2005 Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania, Legal Department (senior legal adviser)
1999-2001 Ministry of Social Security and Labour of the Republic of Lithuania, Division of the Labour Relations and Remuneration (chief lawyer)
|List of the 5 most relevant publications||1. PETRYLAITĖ, D. Post-crisis social dialogue in Lithuania: The contentious path of social policy reform. Talking through the crisis: social dialogue and industrial relations trends in selected EU countries / edited by Igor Guardiancich and Oscar Molina. ILO Governance and Tripartism Department. Geneva: International Labour Office, 2017, 2017. p. 171-187.
2. PETRYLAITĖ, D. The transformations of employment relations. Labour law reforms in Eastern and Western Europe / ed. Tomas Davulis. Brussels: Peter Lang, 2017, 2017. p. 145-157.
3. PETRYLAITĖ, D. Modern social dialogue: challenges, opportunities and developments. Labour in the 21st century: insights into a changing world of work / edited by: Katherine Stone, Emanuele Dagnino, Silvia Fernández Martínez. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017, 2017. p. 176-189.
4. PETRYLAITĖ, D. The right of civil servants to collective bargaining: the case of Lithuania. The global labour market: from globalization to flexicurity. Kluwer law international, 2008, p. 329-344.
5. PETRYLAITĖ, D.; DAVULIS, T. Tackling the economic crisis: labour law in Lithuania. IN: Labour regulation in the 21st century: in search of flexibility and security. Edited by Tomas Davulis, Daiva Petrylaitė. Cambridge: Cambridge scholars publishing, 2012. p. 3-17.
|Other professional activity (memberships, grants, etc.)||2017- present Justice of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Lithuania|