Research teams

Artificial intelligence Research team

Objective: Preparation of the proposal for an appropriate legal framework allowing the use of artificial intelligence solutions for legal use in Poland (domestic law: criminal law, civil law, administrative law; international public and private law), based on solutions developed in this area in Hungary.

 

Agnieszka Gryszczyńska – Team Leader

 Agnieszka Gryszczyńska is a Professor at the Faculty of Law and Administration of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw. Agnieszka Gryszczyńska has a degree in law, public administration, and computer science. She has had a PhD in law since 2011, and she has been a Professor in the Department of  Informatics Law since 2022. Author or scientific editor of over 80 publications on legal aspects of informatisation, public registers, personal data protection, cybercrime, and cyber security, speaker at numerous national and international conferences. ORCID: 0000-0003-3004-5253. Moreover, Agnieszka Gryszczyńska is a public prosecutor in the Cybercrime Unit of the National Prosecutor’s Office and specialises in prosecuting cybercrimes. She has also been a member of the Council for Digitalisation since 2019.

István Ambrus – Team Member

Dr. habil. István Ambrus PhD associate professor is a researcher in the field of criminal law at Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Law, Department of Criminal Law, Hungary. He has 145 publications, including 10 books, e.g. ‘Digitisation and Criminal Law’, a monograph published by Wolters Kluwer. He has 12 Hirsch index, with more than 640 independent citations. He regularly publishes and gives lectures at conferences and foreign universities about the legal issues of artificial intelligence.

Emőd Veress – Team Member

Dr. Emőd Veress is a professor of law, author of many scholarly publications (books and articles). He is the head of the Private Law Department at the Ferenc Mádl Institute of Comparative Law in Budapest. Teaches at the University of Miskolc (Hungary) and at the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania (Cluj-Napoca, Romania). His area of research includes civil law and company law, but also comparative law and history of private law.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Emod Veress (HU)
  • Barnabas Hajas (HU)Agnieszka Gryszczyńska (PL)
  • Rafał Wielki (PL)
  • Zbigniew Więckowski (PL)

 

 

Mediation Research team

Objective:Preparation of the proposals for solutions making it possible to increase the effectiveness and universality of mediation in court proceedings in Poland, with particular emphasis on mediation in civil and criminal proceedings, based on solutions developed in this area in Hungary.

 

  • Judit Glavantis (HU)
  • Eszter Gilanyi (HU)
  • Katalin Visontai-Szabo (HU)
  • Barbara Janusz-Pohl (PL)
  • Justyna Krzywkowska (PL)
  • Michał Peno (PL)

 

 

Protection of the elderly Research Team

Objective: Preparation of the proposals for an appropriate legal framework to increase the effectiveness of protection of the elderly from current threats resulting from their functioning in society in Poland (criminal law, civil law, administrative law), based on solutions developed in this area in Hungary.

 

  • Zsusa Wopera (HU)
  • Erika Varadi (HU)
  • Konrad Walczuk (PL)
  • Marta Osuchowska (PL)
  • Wojciech Lis (PL)

 

 

Administrative Justice Research team

Objective: Preparation of the proposals for an appropriate legal framework to facilitate administrative proceedings in Poland, based on solutions developed in this area in Hungary.

 

  • Andras Patyi (HU)
  • Kitty Pollak (HU)
  • Gabor Hulko (HU)
  • Agata Federczyk (PL)
  • Przemysław Ostojski (PL)
  • Antoni Hanusz (PL)