Márton Sulyok JD, LLM (Szeged, Hungary) is a graduate of law and political sciences and legal specialist in Anglo-Saxon Law and Legal Translation. He is the head of the Public Law Center at MCC Law School and an Assistant Professor in Constitutional Law and Human Rights at the Public Law Center of the University of Szeged. He has obtained his PhD with a dissertation about protecting privacy in the context of a fair trial, examining exclusionary rules applying a comparative (US-European) constitutional legal analysis. In addition, he has been researching European system of human rights protection, the applicability of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights in EU Member States, comparative sconstitutional and and legal import as well as constitutional identity. He also teaches on these subjects in lecture and seminars as well as at summer universities. He is published on these topics in three languages.
In parallel with his doctoral studies in Szeged, he has acquired an American Legal Expert certificate in a joint 2-year program of the University of Toledo College of Law and the University of Szeged Faculty of Law and Political Sciences. Since graduation, he has been teaching various subjects in this program on Fundamental Rights and the Constitutional Foundations of Due Process and Trial Advocacy. His international experience is enriched by a multitude of foreign research scholarships held in France and Belgium (Université Dauphine Institut de Droit - FR, Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve, Facultés Universitaires Notre Dame de la Paix, Namur - B).
He's been involved in talent support and management since the beginning of his academic career at the Faculty and on the national level. Between 2014 and 2019, he has coordinated the organization of the Law and Political Sciences section of two national student research essay competitions (OTDK), and has advised several prize winning student essays throughout the years.
Besides academia, he has worked in private practice as a legal translator, in cooperation with law firms and channeled his experience into education on more faculties of his alma mater. As a contracted legal translator he has worked with the Foreign Office of the National Assembly of Hungary, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Justice. He has worked as a professional advisor for the Cabinet of the Ministry of Justice (2014-2018), and sat on the Management Board of the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (2015-2020). Since 2022, he represents MCC on the Board of Directors of the European Public Law Organization (EPLO), an Athens-based international organization