Jarmila Veselá

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Jarmila Veselá (29 November 1899 Prague – 2 January 1972 Prague) was a Czech criminal lawyer, first associate professor at the Faculty of Law of the Charles University in Prague.[1] During the protectorate period when the Czech universities were closed, she became head of the criminal-biological department of the Czech Eugenic Society, a member of which was already before the war, and after 1942 an assistant at the Criminological Institute of the Faculty of Law of the German University.[2]

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  1. ^ Petr, Cajthaml (2013). "Jarmila Veselá - první docentka Právnické fakulty UK".
  2. ^ FENYK, Jaroslav. Jarmila Veselá. In: SKŘEJPKOVÁ, Petra. Antologie československé právní vědy v letech 1918–1939. Praha: Linde, 2009.