As a junior associate in Budapest, I work on information technology, privacy and data protection matters for our national and international clients from various sectors including electronics, pharmaceuticals, automotive and IT.
In my role, I work closely with local and international partners and senior lawyers of the firm to ensure that we best serve our clients' needs. I particularly enjoy taking part in various projects aiming at delivering innovative solutions for our clients.
Prior to joining the firm in 2019, I developed experience in an international law firm mainly advising on data protection matters and in another automotive company on labour law issues. I graduated from the Faculty of Law of Eötvös Loránd University Budapest, Hungary in July 2019. From 2014 to 2019, I was a member of Bibó István College for Advanced Studies, which offers interdisciplinary education for outstanding university students.
In 2017, I was an Erasmus exchange student at the Faculty of Law of Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg, Germany where I mainly worked on a data protection research project. I have also researched the legal situation of the autocomplete function of search engines in a 'right to be forgotten' perspective, and won a one-year scholarship in the Hungarian New National Excellence Programme.
I also participated at the Monroe E. Price Media Law Moot Court Competition, in which I was awarded the 'Best Speaker' prize in the regional rounds and reached the octo-finals with my team mates at Oxford University. The competition was a great opportunity for improving my communication skills, which I hope to capitalise on when representing our clients in the future.
I speak and work in English and German in addition to my native Hungarian.