SPYRIDON FLOGAITIS professor, president
LÁSZLÓ TRÓCSÁNYI professor
ISTVÁN STUMPF professor
TAMÁS KORHECZ professor
BERTRAND MATHIEU professor
NORBERT TRIBL editor
Norbert TRIBL is an assistant research fellow at the University of Szeged (Hungary), Institute of Public Law as well as a consultant at the Constitutional Court of Hungary.
He obtained his PhD degree in 2020, the topic of his dissertation is the applicability of constitutional identity in the European supranational space. Since 2019, he has been studying economics at the University of Szeged and teaches constitutional and administrative law.
His current research topic is the emergence of constitutional identity in the practice of constitutional courts. Since 2020, he has been the editor of the Constitutional Discourse Blog.
LILLA NÓRA KISS editor
Lilla Nóra KISS is a postdoctoral visiting scholar at Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University, Virginia. Lilla participates in the Hungary Foundation’s Liberty Bridge Program and conducts research in social media regulation and regulatory approaches. Formerly, Lilla was a senior government counselor on EU legal affairs at the Ministry of Justice and she has been a researcher and lecturer at the University of Miskolc (Hungary), Institute of European and International Law for five years, where she taught European Union law. Lilla obtained her Ph.D. degree in 2019. The topic of the dissertation is the legal issues of the withdrawal of a Member State from the EU. Her current research interests cover the legal dimensions of Brexit, the interpretation of the European Way of Life, and social media regulation in the USA and in Europe.
MÓNIKA MERCZ editor
Mónika MERCZ is a law student at the University of Miskolc (Hungary). She is the Secretary General of European Law Students’ Association (ELSA) Miskolc. Her work experience includes internships at the Office of the National Assembly and at Miskolc Regional Court. A recipient of the National Higher Education Scholarship, she won 1st place award for best paper in the CONSTANT 2020 International Student Conference, and 1st place in the sections of Constitutional Law, as well as Agricultural and Environmental Law in Miskolc’s Scientific Students' Associations Conference.
Her current research topics are data protection relevant to DNA tests and regulations of Article P) of the Fundamental Law. Since 2021, she has been the editor of the Constitutional Discourse Blog.