Zsuzsanna Gedeon

Country: 
Hungary
Year of Enrollment: 
2011

Zsuzsanna Gedeon is an SJD candidate in comparative constitutional law. Currently she is a Visiting Doctoral Researcher at NYU Law School, New York, with the Fulbright Scholarship.

Her main interests include political and legal philosophy, constitutionalism, separation of powers and the relationship between politics and law. In her dissertation she is analyzing how the classical liberal, conservative and republican intellectual traditions envision limiting political power, and how effective these institutions are in limiting the fused executive and legislative powers in the US, France, the UK and Hungary.

Before joining the SJD program, Zsuzsanna graduated from the Faculty of Law at ELTE in Budapest, in 2010. She obtained her LLM degree in Comparative Constitutional Law from Central European University in 2011. The same year she was accepted to the SJD program at CEU. She was a Visiting Researcher at Georgetown University in 2014.

Qualification

LLM, Comparative Constitutional Law, Budapest
JD, ELTE Faculty of Law, Budapest

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