His research interests include European Union law and international dispute resolution, in particular the protection of investments related to the inflow of high-value foreign working capital under international, European Union and various national laws. Since 2010 he has been teaching at the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of ELTE, and since 2019 at the National University of Public Service. During his university studies, he spent one semester on scholarship at the Faculty of Law of the Universiteit Gent, where he studied international and European law. She graduated summa cum laude with distinction (three times as a Republican Scholar, two times as a first year student). After graduating, he worked as a trainee lawyer in international law firms, partly in energy law and partly in dispute resolution. In 2010, he studied German law in Innsbruck as a doctoral student on a scholarship. Afterward, also on scholarship, he worked for the European Commission in Brussels in 2012 for six months in the area of infringement proceedings. He graduated as a PhD student in 2016.
Since her return from Brussels, she has been working in government, in addition to her teaching activities, as Deputy State Secretary for European and International Relations from 2015 to 2018, and is currently Ministerial Commissioner at the Prime Minister's Office.
He is a member of the Higher Education Planning Board, the National Statistical Council, the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung International Adenauer Network, the Program Steering Board of the Europe of Nations Career Program of the National University of Public Service and the Law Examination Board. During the preparation of the new Code of Civil Procedure, he participated as a member of several working committees in the codification exercise.
He speaks English and German at an intermediate level, and French at a basic level. His hobbies include horse riding and sport shooting.