Tamás Dezső Ziegler
Tamas Dezso Ziegler received his law degree from the School of Law, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, PhD from Széchenyi István University and Habilitation from Eötvös Loránd University. He has held numerous visiting positions in several countries like the US, Germany, Switzerland, the UK, Norway and China and participated numerous large-scale research projects like Frame and bEUcitizen funded by the EU. In practice, he has worked for organizations like the OSCE and Baker & McKenzie, among other major law firms. In his recent researches, he started to mix legal studies with European studies and political science to gain a better understanding about political processes and legislative changes within the EU.
- EU Asylum Law: Disintegration and Negative Spillovers. In: HUMAN RIGHTS OF ASYLUM SEEKERS IN ITALY AND HUNGARY - INFLUENCE OF INTERNATIONAL AND EU LAW ON DOMESTIC ACTIONS. G. Giappichelli & Eleven Publishing, The Hague, 2019. 21- 42.
- Tamas Dezso Ziegler, Vanda Vadasz, Sarolta Szabó: The New Hungarian Private International Law Code - A Mixture of Modern and Traditional Solutions. In: YEARBOOK OF PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW 2017/2018 (Ed. Andrea Bonomi, Gian Paolo Romani, Swiss Institute of Comparative Law). Verlag Otto Schmidt/Sellier European Law Publishers, 2018, 333-364., Electronic version available at de Gruyter
- Balázs Horváthy, Tamas Dezso Ziegler: Europeanization of the Hungarian Legal Order: From Convergence to Cancellation? In: REVIEWING EUROPEAN UNION ACCESSION. UNEXPECTED RESULTS, SPILLOVER EFFECTS, AND EXTERNALITIES. Leiden, Brill, 2017. pp. 24-40.
- Academic Freedom in the European Union - Why the Single European Market is a Bad Reference Point. MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE FOR COMPARATIVE PUBLIC LAW & INTERNATIONAL LAW (MPIL) RESEARCH PAPER No. 2019-03.
- Hungary In: CROSS-BORDER PARENTAL CHILD ABDUCTION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION. STUDY FOR THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT LIBE COMMITTEE (ed. Swiss Institute of Comparative Law, Lukas Heckendorn Urscheler, Ilaria Pretelli). 2015. Directorate General For Internal Policies - (ISBN 978-92-823-6525-0) 247-273.