I have graduated at the Faculty of Law of Szeged University in 2002, where I was mainly interested in constitutional and criminal law. During and after my university studies I was working for a law firm with international clients focusing mainly on civil cases. I started working for the Hungarian Helsinki Committee in 2005, where at the beginning I provided legal assistance to Hungarian and foreign clients, sometimes to more than a dozen a day. Since 2006 I have been working for the organisation as an attorney-at-law, representing asylum seekers, victims of police abuse, those complaining of police measures and of the infringement of their personal rights before the courts. In several cases where I acted as an attorney, the European Court of Human Rights or the Court of Justice of the European Union were the decision making body.
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