Selected Alumni Profile

Eötvös, Orsolya

April 25, 2019

Year of Graduation: 2016

Stream: Master of Laws in International Business Law

Aleknaite - van der Molen, Lina

October 2, 2015
Year of Graduation: 2010 Stream: Master of Laws in International Business Law Lina Aleknaite - van der Molen is a graduate of S.J.D. program at LEGS IBL. After defense of her thesis she joined an international law firm Eversheds in Vilnius, Lithuania. In 2012 she was admitted to the Lithuanian Bar Association as an attorney-at-law. She specializes in the field of Banking and Finance and has represented and advised clients in several of the most notorious cases in the country.

Bakonyi, Anikó

October 2, 2015
Year of Defense: 1998 Stream: Master of Arts in Human Rights Anikó Bakonyi graduated from the Humanities Faculty at the Eötvös Lóránd University in Budapest and earned an M.A. degree in Human Rights at the Central European University. Her thesis focused on the repatriation of Bosnian refugees after the war in Yugoslavia. Before joining the Hungarian Helsinki Committee, she worked for the International Organization for Migration, coordinating an anti-trafficking program and later a compensation program for Roma forced labourers during WWII.

Bárd, Petra

September 30, 2015
Year of Defense: 2008 Stream: S.J.D. in Comparative Constitutional Law Petra Bárd (LEGS IBL alumna of the generation 2000/2001, and LEGS CCL S.J.D. alumna of the generation 2003) is senior researcher and head of the Criminal Law Division at the National Institute of Criminology exploring the constitutional and human rights dimensions of European Union criminal justice. She is active in the Hungarian civil society supporting and operating networks adhering to, conceptualizing and shaping European values: she used to be the vice-chairperson of the Hungarian Europe Society for almost a decade, and is founding member and vice-chairperson of Alpbach Hungary.

Barić, Sanja

September 30, 2015
Year of Graduation: 1999 Stream: Master of Laws in Comparative Constitutional Law Sanja Barić (LL.M. – CEU; S.J.D. – University of Zagreb, Croatia) is currently a Head of Constitutional Law Chair at the University of Rijeka, Croatia. Apart from general Constitutional Law she specializes in Anti-Discrimination Law and Non-for-Profit Law. Prof. Barić was a visiting professor at the Vermont Law School (2005-2006) and at the University of Trieste, Italy (as of 2011). She has served as the expert member of Constitutional Committee (2011-2015) and expert member of Subcommittee for Human Rights and National Minorities of the Croatian Parliament (2004-2007).