Senior Lecturer in Constitutional Law and Human Rights
Graduate of Law and Political Sciences from the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences at the University of Szeged (SZTE, 2007). In 2009, he completed an American Legal Expert training at SZTE, in cooperation with the University of Toledo College of Law (OH, USA). In 2012, he acquired an SZTE postgraduate certificate in English Legal Translation. In 2017, he successfully defended his PhD theses in law and political sciences (summa cum laude), examining the comparative constitutional law aspects of fair trial and the protection of privacy. During his doctoral studies, he has held many research fellowships in Belgium and in France and participated in shorter research visits in the United Kingdom and the United States. From 2010, he held an assistant lectureship at the SZTE Faculty of Law and Political Sciences’ Department of Constitutional Law. At present, he is a senior lecturer at the Institute of Public Law at the same university, while also managing their English-language Master in International Relations program. Between 2015-2020, he served as an Alternate Member of the Management Board of the Fundamental Rights Agency of the European Union in Vienna. In the fall of 2020, he joined the team of MCC (Mathias Corvinus Collegium) in Budapest, where he currently heads the Public Law Center. He publishes nationally and internationally in English, French and Hungarian in the fields of (comparative) constitutional law, European human rights protection, constitutional identity, the relationship of national constitutional courts to EU law.