Program: Post-Graduate Visiting Research Fellowship
Host Institution: Antonin Scalia Law School of George Mason University
Quote: “I firmly believe that my research – focusing on the different approaches and attitudes towards social media regulation in the USA and in the EU – may facilitate the improvement of the Hungarian-American professional relationships. Therefore, it will support the mutual understanding of the different viewpoints of Hungarian-European and US professionals.”
Read her introduction: hungaryfoundation.
Dr. Lilla Nóra Kiss completed her JD in 2015 at the University of Miskolc, Hungary. In parallel with her studies, she served as editor-in-chief of the student journal and completed the seven-semester-long Legal Translation course. Lilla’s interests in international law matters led to her involvement in moot court and rhetoric competitions and selection for the Erasmus Exchange Program, which took her to the University of Lapland in Finland.
Lilla completed her doctorate in 2018 and defended her thesis in 2019. She was invited to present her research on the legal issues of Brexit at several international conferences including the MicroCAD Multiscience Conference and the annual International Conference in Law and Public Administration.
The Antonin Scalia Law School is located just a few miles from downtown Washington, D.C., the nexus for the creation of the world’s most important legislation and jurisprudence.
During the past decade, the law school has been in the forefront of curricular innovation. Recognizing the rapid changes that are occurring in legal practice and the legal profession, Scalia Law School has been a pioneer in providing its students with an unique curriculum that gives students correspondingly unique advantages in today’s competitive employment market.