Former Fellows

Home / Fellows / Former Fellows / Endre Orbán

Endre Orbán


Lawyer, assistant lecturer of the National University of Public Service, Budapest. He studied law at Pázmány Péter Catholic University and philology at ELTE, Budapest and participated in the European Master of Law and Economics program at the University of Hamburg and IGIDR, Mumbai. In addition, he was studying European Law in Dundee, Scotland. Last year, he has also been provided with the opportunity to spend three months as a trainee at the Court of Justice of the European Union which has strengthened his abilities to advocate multilevel constitutionalism and has strongly contributed to his PhD work that analysis the application of the concept of ‘constitutional identity’ within the EU from both national and supranational perspectives.