Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz

Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz
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Acting Director

Senior Research Fellow (MTA TK JTI)
Research Interests
  • Constitutional law

 

Selected Publications

Book

  • Gárdos Orosz Fruzsina: Alkotmányos polgári jog?: Az alapvető jogok alkalmazása a magánjogi jogvitákban. (Consitutionalisation of private law? Fundamental rights in private relations) Budapest; Pécs: Dialóg - Campus Kiadó, 2011. 215p.

Book chapters

  • Unamendability as a judicial discovery? In Richard Albert and Yaniv Roznai (eds.): Unamendability. Springer 2017. forthcoming.
  • Effective Legal Protection in administrative law in Hungary (co-authored with István Temesi) In The Principle of Effective Legal Protection in Administrative Law. A European Comparison. Eds. Zoltán Szente and Konrad Lachmayer. London: Routledge, 2016.

  • The Protection of Fundamental Rights in Private Law: Hungary In: Vernica Trstenjak – Petra Weingerl (eds): The Influence of Human Rights and Basic Rights in Private Law. Genf

  • Judicial Review of Constitutional Amendments: A Theoretical Approach. In: Luka Burazin – Djordje Gardasevic – Alessio Sardo (eds.): Law and state: Classical Paradigms and new proposals . Frankfurt am Main; Berlin; Bern; New York; Paris; Wien

  • Citizens“s rights to constitutional adjudication in Hungary In Smuk Péter (ed.): The Transformation of the Hungarian Legal System 2010-2013. Budapest: CompLex Wolters Kluwer, 2013. pp. 117-131. 

Articles

  • Preliminary Reference and the Hungarian Constitutional Court: A Context of Non-Reference. German Law Journal 16 (6) pp. 1569-1590 (2015)

  • The regulation of offensive speech in the new Hungarian Civil Code. ELTE Law Journal 2015/1. 13-123.

  • The appointment and removal of judges in Hungary: efforts, reforms and constitutional controversies . Przeglad Prawa Konstytucyjnego (6) pp. 81-103. (2015)

  • The Hungarian constitutional court in transition: from actio popularis to constitutional complaint. Acta Juridica Hungarica – The Hungarian Journal for Legal Studies 53:(4) pp. 302-315. (2012)

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