Lénárd Sándor is associate professor of law and the Head of the Center for International Law at  Mathias Corvinus Collegium. He is a graduate of Pázmány Péter Catholic University (Budapest, Hungary), where he received his J.D. in law and political sciences as well as of Canisius College (Buffalo, New York, USA) where he received his MBA in international economics and global supply chain management. He received his PhD in law and political sciences in the field of international public law from Pázmány Péter Catholic University. His works on international economic and human rights law has been published, among others, by Edward Elgar Publishing and Central European Journal of Comparative Law. His primary research interests include international economic law, international legal approach to economic globalization along with the reform process of international investment law, international human rights law, the interpretative methods of international law with special emphasis on the dilemma of evolutionary interpretation as well as the interface of Christianity and international law.