A graduate of the University of Miskolc with a degree in law, she specialized as an English legal translator. She is currently completing her PhD studies in Law and Political Sciences at the Doctoral School of the Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary, and is a member of the editorial board of the Constitutional Discourse blog.
Her research topic examines how constitutional identity manifests in essential state functions of the Member States of the European Union. During her years at university, her research areas were: the data protection aspects of DNA testing, the examination of regulations enshrined in Article P) of the Fundamental Law and the activities of the deputy commissioner for fundamental rights, ombudsman for future generations. She obtained a certificate in the course on the protection of fundamental rights conducted by the Helsinki Committee and University of Minnesota Human Rights Lab Project, and completed a training on children's rights at Harvard University.
She was the Secretary General of ELSA Miskolc for two years, mentored at the Aurum Foundation for one year, worked as a demonstrator at the Department of Constitutional Law of the University of Miskolc for three years, and at the Department of Labour and Agricultural Law for one year.
She worked as an intern at The National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information, the Office of the National Assembly, the Tribunal of Miskolc, and the Legal Counseling and Legal Clinic Center of the University of Miskolc.
She participated in many international competitions and conferences, three of her five local scientific student papers were awarded first or second place, and she participated in two National Scientific Students' Associations Conferences. Among her awards are the National Higher Education Scholarship, the Ministry of Justice’s National Excellence and Academic Legal Scholarship, the New National Excellence Program scholarship, and the Gold degree of the Academic Commemorative Medal.