Visiting professors and visiting lecturers

Csongor István Nagy PhD

Visiting Professor
Comparative Employment Law. Comparative Tort and Damages Law. Legal Problems of International Economic Relations

S.J.D. (Central European University, Budapest/New York), 2010
Ph.D. (Eötvös Loránd University of Sciences, Faculty of Law, Budapest), 2009
LL.M. Master of Laws in International Business Law (Central European University, Budapest/New York), 2004
Doctor iuris (Eötvös Loránd University of Sciences, Faculty of Law, Budapest), 2003

Significant Professional Experience

  • 2007-    Associate Professor of Law and Head of Department (University of Szeged, Faculty of Law)
  • 2008-    Associate Professor of Law (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
  • 2013-    Visiting associate professor, Sapientia University (Cluj-Napoca, Romania)
  • 2013     Visiting Fellow at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, London (Hungarian Scientific Research Fund Scholarship)
  • 2012     Visiting fellow at University of Edinburgh, School of Law, Edinburgh (MacCormick Fellowship)
  • 2011     Visiting faculty at Masarykova Univerzita, Brno
  • 2011     Visiting research fellow at the Max-Planck-Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Hamburg (DAAD Stipendiary)
  • 2008-    Legal editor of the ‘Competition and Regulation’ annual of the Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • 2008-    Admitted to the Budapest Bar
  • 2008-2010         Co-lecturer of ’Intellectual Property in a Global Context’ (Central European University Business School, Budapest/New York)
  • 2008-2010         Eurojus Legal Counsel (European Commission’s Representation in Hungary)
  • 2005-2008         Lecturer and module leader (International Business School, Budapest, accredited at Oxford Brookes University, UK)
  • 2007     Short research trip to the Institut für Informations-, Telekommunikations- und Medienrecht, Münster (DAAD program)
  • 2006-2007         Visiting research fellow at the Max-Planck-Institute for Intellectual Property Competition and Tax Law, Munich (DAAD Stipendiary)
  • 2006     Visiting research fellow at Max-Planck-Institute for Intellectual Property Competition and Tax Law, Munich (Hungarian Scholarship Fund, Eötvös Scholar)
  • 2005     Visiting research fellow at T.M.C. Asser Instituut, the Hague (the Institute’s stipendiary)
  • 2005     Short research trip to the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna (CEU Research and Mobility Fund)

Current research

  • Liberalization of postal services in Europe
  • Restriction of free trade with reference to the local public interest in EU, US and WTO law
  • Class actions and collective redress in Europe
  • Preparation of a monograph on Hungarian competition law


More than 110 publications in Hungarian, English, German, Romanian and (in translation) Spanish language.

  • EU and US Competition Law: Divided in Unity? Ashgate Publishing, UK, 2013, pp. 220.
  • Private international law in Hungary. Kluwer Law International, the Hague, 2012. pp. 190.
  • The application ratione temporis of the Insolvency Regulation in new Member States. In: International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 2013, vol. 62., n 4., pp- 941-954.
  • The distinction between anti-competitive object and effect after Allianz: the end of coherence in competition analysis? In: World Competition Law and Economics Review, 2013, n 4., pp. 541–564.
  • The metamorphoses of universal service in the European telecommunications and energy sector: a trans-sectoral perspective. In: German Law Journal, 2013, vol. 14., n 9., pp. 1732-1756.
  • Das zeitliche Anwendungsbereich der Europäischen Insolvenzverordnung nach dem Urteil des Europäischen Gerichtshofs in Erste / BCL: rückwirkende Kraft oder sofortige Wirkung. In: Zeitschrift für Gemeinschaftsprivatrecht, 2013, volt. 10., n 6., pp. 355-360.
  • Nemzetközi magánjog. Második, átdolgozott és bővített kiadás. HVG-Orac, 2012, pp. 304.
  • What function should and should not party autonomy have in family law? An EU perspective. In: Nederlands InternationaalPrivaatrecht, 2012, n 4, pp. 576-586.
  • The word is a dangerous weapon: jurisdiction, applicable law and personality rights in the EU – some proposals on the occasion of the Rome II Regulation’s revision. In: Journal of Private International Law, 2012, vol. 8, n 2, pp. 251-296.
  • Regulile acordurilor verticale în Uniunea Europeană: chestiuni de interpretare şi oportunităţi ratate. In: Revista Română de Drept European, 2012,n 3, pp. 74-90.
  • Recognition and enforcement of US judgments involving punitive damages in Europe. In: NederlandsInternationaalPrivaatrecht, 2012,n 1, pp. 4-11.

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