Organisation and thesis topic proposals

Core members, supervisors

Our Doctoral School has 11 core members and 37 supervisors (including core members) from all fields of law, including civil law, law of civil procedure, criminal law, law of criminal procedure, European Union law, public international law (including international protection of human rights), legal history, jurisprudence and constitutional law, labour and social law, legal history, public administration law.

 

Our core members:

  • Prof. dr. József Szabadfalvi DSc (Dept. of Legal Theory and Legal Sociology) Head of the Doctoral Shool
  • Prof. dr. Béla Szabó CSc (Dept. of Legal History) - Head of the Doctoral Program
  • Prof. dr. István Balázs CSc (Dept. of Administrative Law)
  • Prof. dr. Mátyás Bencze PhD (Dept. of Legal Theory and Legal Sociology)
  • Prof. dr. György Csécsy CSc (Dept. of Civil Law)
  • Prof. dr. László Fodor PhD (Dept. of Environmental Law and Labour Law)
  • Prof. dr. Veronika Szikora PhD (Dept. of Civil Law) – Dean
  • dr. habil. Judit Balogh PhD (Dept. of Legal History)
  • Prof. dr. Balázs Elek PhD (Dept. of Law of Criminal Procedure)
  • dr. habil. Tamás Fézer (Dept. of Civil Law)
  • Prof. dr. László Pribula (Dept. of Civil Procedural Law)

Thesis topic proposals

  • Our current thesis topic proposals in foreign languages:

 

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, FINANCIAL LAW (languages: English, French)

  • dr. habil. Zsuzsanna Árva (Dept. of Public Administration Law): The administrative aspects of education
  • Prof. dr. István Balázs (Dept. of Public Administration Law): Les changements de la théorie generale du service public
  • dr. Attila Barta (Dept. of Public Administration Law): Major trends in the transformation of territorial state administration in the European public administration in the 21st century
  • Prof. dr. Tamás Horváth M. (Dept of Financial Law and Public Management): Public administration and management
  • dr. Péter Sólyom (Dept. of Constitutional Law): The Autonomy of Parliament and the Protection of Human Rights, Value pluralism and equality Challenges of democratic political integration in contemporary constitutional law
  • dr. Bernadett Répásiné Veszprémi (Dept. of Public Administration Law): The scientific foundation and trends of e-administration
  • dr. habil. Gábor Attila Tóth (Dept. of Constitutional Law): Comparative constitutionalism

 

CIVIL LAW (INCLUDING COMMERCIAL LAW) AND CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW (languages: English, German)

  • dr. habil. Tamás Fézer (Dept. of Civil Law): New tendencies in the development of a common European private law
  • dr. habil. Tamás Fézer (Dept. of Civil Law): Institutions of international business law in the 21st century
  • dr. Zsolt Hajnal Dept. of Civil Law): European and Hungarian consumer protection law
  • dr. Zsolt Hajnal Dept. of Civil Law): Cross border private legal relations
  • dr. Judit Molnár (Dept. of Law of Civil Procedure): Zivilprozess und ausserprozessliche Verfahren in Europa
  • Prof. dr. László Pribula (Dept. of Law of Civil Procedure): Alternative dispute resolution: ways to avoid lawsuits in the 21st century
  • dr. habil. Veronika Szikora (Dept. of Civil Law): System und Reform des Gesellschaftsrechts in Europa
  • dr. habil. Veronika Szikora (Dept. of Civil Law): Entwicklungstendenzen des Gesellschaftsrechts in den 19-21. Jahrhunderten
  • dr. Nelli Varga (Dept. of Civil Law): Basic questions and changes in contract law
  • dr. Nelli Varga (Dept. of Civil Law): Development trends of family law
  • prof. dr. Emőd Veress (Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania): Fundamental issues of the private law in post-socialist transition
  • prof. dr. Emőd Veress (Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania): Tools of creditor and debtor protection in private law

 

CRIMINAL LAW AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW (language: English)

  • Prof. dr. Balázs Elek (Dept. of Law of Criminal Procedure): Formation of judicial belief, and the basic principles of the criminal procedure
  • dr. Sándor Madai (Dept. of Criminal Law and Criminology): Challenges of substantive criminal law in the 21st century
  • dr. Ágnes Pápai-Tarr (Dept. of Criminal Law and Criminology): Possible directions of the changes in certain criminal substantial legal institutions in the 21st century
  • dr. Krisztián Szabó (Dept. of Law of Criminal Procedure): Possible directions of changes of some criminal procedural legal institutions in the light of the codification of criminal procedural law

 

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, LABOUR LAW (languages: English, German)

  • Prof. dr. László  Fodor (Dept. of Environmental Law and Labour Law): Klimaschutzrecht der EG; Ungarisch-Deutsche Rechtsvergleichung
  • dr. György Nádas (Dept. of Environmental Law and Labour Law): Fundamental conceptual questions of labour law; harmonisation of law regarding the basic legal institutions of labour law
  • dr. Henriett Nádasné dr. Rab (Dept. of Environmental Law and Labour Law): The effects of the relationship between labour law and social law on the labour market mechanisms
  • dr. Márton Leó Zaccaria (Dept. of Environmental Law and Labour Law): Fundamental values and changes in the legal protection of the employees among the current employment tendencies
  • dr. Márton Leó Zaccaria (Dept. of Environmental Law and Labour Law): The employment-related questions of equal treatment
  • dr. Orsolya Bányai (Dept. of Environmental Law and Labour Law): The realization of sustainable development goals in the field of energy law
  • dr. Péter Sipka (Dept. of Environmental Law and Labour Law): The challenges of the regulation of work in the light of the changing labour market

 

INTERNATIONAL LAW AND EUROPEAN LAW (language: English)

  • dr. Ildikó Bartha (Dept. of European and Public International Law): External relations of the European Union
  • dr. Katalin Siska (Dept. of European and Public International Law): Human Rights and International Migration, The History of the Turkish Constitution - The Birth of Modern Turkey
  • dr. Márton Varju (Dept. ot European and Public International Law): The national interest in EU law
  • dr. Márton Varju (Dept. of European and Public International Law): Human rights as legal and policy instruments in the European Union
  • Prof. dr. Ernő Vármay (Dept. of European and Public International Law): The infringement procedures under Articles 258-260 TFEU
  • Prof. dr. Ernő Várnay (Dept. of European and Public International Law): Preliminary ruling procedure under Article 267 TFEU
  • Prof. dr. Ernő Várnay (Dept. of European and Public International Law): Institutional-legal aspects of the European Monetary Union

 

LEGAL THEORY AND LEGAL HISTORY (languages: English, German)

  • dr. habil. Judit Balogh (Dept. of Legal History): Rezeption und Kodifikation als Gestaltungsmittel des Staatswesens. Funktionswandel der Rechtsinstituten ab dem 18. bis zum 21. Jahrhundert
  • Prof. dr. Mátyás Bencze (Dept. of Legal Theory and Legal Sociology): Theoretical background to adjudication
  • Prof. dr. Mihály Fónai (Dept. of Public Policy and Applied Sociology): Recrutation and characteristics of legal professions
  • dr. Péter Kakuk (Faculty of Public Health): Healthcare ethics and law
  • dr. László Papp (Dept. of Legal History): Trends in history of Hungarian jurisdiction
  • Prof. dr. József Szabadfalvi (Dept. of Jurisprudence and Legal Sociology): Hungarian legal philosophical thinking from the beginnings to the mid-20th century
  • Prof. dr. Béla Szabó (Dept. of Legal History): Der Einfluss der gelehrten Rechte auf die Normentstehung, Normvermittlung und Normdurchsetzung in Ostmitteleuropa im zweiten Jahrtausend

 

Our supervisors are ready to accept new research topics after a preliminary discussion with the possible supervisor.

PhD thesis topic proposals

Updated: 2019.12.03.


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