bp photo 2012        Dr. habil. Petra Bárd LLM PhD   

Senior Researcher,
Criminal Law Sciences

Phone: +361 3567566
Fax:     +36-1-356-7219
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 Main research subjects 

» the area of freedom, security and justice
» European Union criminal justice
» criminal justice and data protection in the European Union
» EU constitutionalism and the protection of fundamental rights
» forensic biobanks


 Current research projects 

2014/16    Hate crimes I–II.
2014   Preventive self-defense
2013   Theory and practice of the common law criminal procedure
2012   The Stockholm Programme’s contribution to a unifying European Union criminal justice system
2009   Constitutional concerns vis-a-vis the principle of mutual trust illustrated by the example of the European Arrest Warrant


 Other research projects 

2015/16   In cooperation with the Center for European Policy Studies co-authoring a study as lead researcher for the European Parliament Research Service on „Assessing the need and possibilities for the establishment of an EU Scoreboard on democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights” (co-authors: Sergio Carrera, Elspeth Guild and Dimitry Kochenov).
2012/17   Member of the “Network of Constitutional Experts” established in the framework of the research project on the “Role and Future of National Constitutions in European and Global Governance”; co-authoring the Hungarian chapter of the volume on „The Role of National Constitutions in European and Global Governance” (co-authors: Nóra Chronowski, Márton Varju and Gábor Sulyok).
2012   In cooperation with the Center for European Policy Studies co-authoring for the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights on „Victim Support Services in the EU: Organisations active at European level” (co-authors: Andrea Borbíró, Sergio Carrera and Nicholas Hernanz).
2011   In cooperation with the Center for European Policy Studies preparing a victims’ rights study for the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights.
2011   In cooperation with the Center for European Policy Studies co-authoring a study for the Committee of the Regions on “Local and regional good practices on victims’ rights” (co-author: Andrea Borbíró).
2008/11   CEU Center for Ethics and Law in Biomedicine Researcher in the EU 7th Framework Project Tiss.EU dealing with the Evaluation of Legislation and Related Guidelines on the Procurement, Storage and Transfer of Human Tissues and Cells in the European Union.
2006/09   CEU Center for Ethics and Law in Biomedicine Researcher in the EU 6th Framework Project GeneBanC dealing with the legal framework of biobanks.
2005/06   Member of the Expert Group on Disability Rights at the NGO “Hand in Hand” drafting position papers and recommendations for legislative amendments.
2003/06    Participating in the E.U. Network of Independent Experts on Fundamental Rights preparing the Progress Report on the Situation of Fundamental Rights in Hungary in the years 2003, 2004 and 2005.


 Highlighted publications 

1.   Bárd Petra: Az európai elfogatóparancs Magyarországon / The European Arrest Warrant in Hungary
Országos Kriminológiai Intézet, Budapest, 2015
2.   Petra Bárd (ed.): The Rule of Law and Terrorism
HVG-ORAC, Budapest, 2015
3.   Petra Bárd: The benefits of the EU from a criminal law perspective
Social Security Network blog, February 2016
4.   Petra Bárd: The Hungarian life imprisonment regime in front of apex courts II. – The findings of the Kúria (Supreme Court)
JTIblog, 18 June 2015
5.   Petra Bárd: The Hungarian life imprisonment regime in front of apex courts I. – The findings of the European Court of Human Rights and the Constitutional Court
JTIblog, 18 June 2015
6.   Petra Bárd: A rocky road
Irish Law Society Gazette, October 2014, pp. 38–41.
7.    Petra Bárd – Andrea Borbíró: Local and regional good practices on victims’ rights
European Union, 2011


 Professional experiences 

2006–    National Institute of Criminology – Senior Researcher
    since 1/1/2010 Head of the Criminal Law Division at the Criminal Law Division of the National Institute of Criminology, Hungary
2001/05   CEU
Research Assistant doing research in the field of comparative constitutional law
1998/02   Volunteer until the diploma of law has been awarded in 2000, trainee from 2000 on, at the Law Firm Bárd, Cseri and Partners, engaged in the fields of civil and commercial law
1998/99   Volunteer Worker at the NGO NEKI (Office for the Protection of National and Ethnic Minorities) dealing with criminal law cases involving Hungarian citizens belonging to ethnic minorities; juvenile justice; legal representation of homeless persons in criminal matters
1997/98   Volunteer Worker at Deringer Tessin Hermann und Sedemund Law Office, Berlin, Germany, engaged in the fields of civil and commercial law


 Education and courses  

2003/2008    Title of qualification to be awarded:SJD
Principal subjects: Comparative constitutional law
Name of organisation providing training: Central European University
Level in national or international classification: post-graduate education
(grade: summa cum laude)
Title of the SJD thesis: The rights of persons living with physical disabilities: United States, the European Union and Germany – A comparative analysis
Nostrified as a Hungarian PhD at Eötvös Loránd University of Arts and Sciences (ELTE), Faculty of Law in 2010.
2000/2001   Title of qualification awarded: LL.M
Principal subjects: International business law
Name of organisation providing training: Central European University, Legal Studies Department
Level in national or international classification: post-graduate studies
Title of LLM thesis: Arbitration, mediation and conciliation
1995/2000   Title of qualification awarded: dr (corresponding to JD)
Principal subjects: Legal studies
Name of organisation providing training: Eötvös Lóránd University of Arts and Sciences, Faculty of Law, Budapest, Hungary
Level in national or international classification: graduate studies (grade: summa cum laude)
Thesis title: A nem vagyoni kártérítés [Non-pecuniary damages]


Other professional trainings

2015   Title of qualification awarded: Training of Trainers Certificate
Principal subjects: European human rights law
Name of organisation providing training: Council of Europe, HELP Programme (Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals), Training of Trainers
2005   Title of qualification awarded: Diploma
Principal subjects: EU law
Name of organisation providing training: Total Law™ course, Central European University in cooperation with New York University
2000/01   Title of qualification awarded: World Law Institute Diploma
Principal subjects: Business law and globalization
Name of organisation providing training: World Law Institute, Sandusky, Ohio, USA
1997/98   Title of qualification awarded: Certificate
Principal subjects: Basics of German Law
Name of organisation providing training: Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany


 Scholarships and Awards 

2004/2005   CEU research grant for research at the Humboldt University, Berlin
2004   DAAD scholarship for research at the Humboldt University, Berlin
2001   Scholarship for the Hague International Private Law Summer School, Peace Palace
2000/2001   Scholarship and tuition waiver at the CEU’s International Business Law program
1997/1998    Tuition waiver at the program “Grundkenntnisse im deutschen Recht” at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin


 Professional Awards and Honors 

2013   Ügyészségért díj [For the Public prosecution award]
2011   Rusztem Vámbéry II. award – awarded by the Hungarian Society of Criminology
2006/07   Best dissertation award, Central European University (CEU), Legal Studies Department
2005/06    Best dissertation award, Central European University (CEU), Legal Studies Department


 Educational activities 

»  2011/2012 – ongoing
Until 30/9/2014 Lecturer, since 1/10/2014 Adjunct Professor at Eötvös Loránd University of Arts and Sciences (ELTE), Faculty of Law
Courses taught: Criminal policy, Data protection, EU human rights and criminal justice
» 2011/2012 first semester
Lecturer at the Universität Wien, Institut für Europarecht, Internationales Recht und Rechtsvergleichung; Abteilung für Rechtsvergleichung, Einheitsrecht und IPR
Course taught: European criminal policy
» Visiting Professor at the Central European University Legal Studies Department
Courses taught: Introduction to Law, Legal Terminology courses; EU Constitutional Law; EU Human Rights; EU Criminal Law; Selected Issues in Forensic Sciences
» Lecturer at the European Business Law at ESSCA Budapest (École Supérieure des Sciences Commerciales d'Angers)
Course taught: European Union Law
» Tutor in Human Rights Law at the Roma Access Project at the Central European University


Summer Schools

»  2011 – ongoing
Lecturer at the ASSEI Belgrade Summer School on European integration
» 2010
Guest Lecturer at the ELSA Summer Law School, Slovakia
» 2008–2012
Lecturer at the NICLAS International Constitutional Law Summer School on Minorities
» 2007–2014
Lecturer at the Mediation and Other Methods to Foster Democratic Dialogue Summer School
» 2006 – 2012
In 2006 Lecturer in European Union law at the Total Law™ course, between 2007 and 2012 Guest Lecturer


 Membership 

»  1/10/2014 –
ESZTER Foundation (Rehabilitation of the Victims of Violent Sexual Attack), Supervisory Board Member
» 1/10/2013 –
Eötvös Károly Institute, Supervisory Board Member
» 1/10/2013 –
European Society of Criminology, Member
Codification Working Group, Member
» 1/2/2013 –
Central European University (CEU), Research Ethics Committee, Member
» 1/1/2013 –
European Law Institute, Member
» 1/1/2009 –
Member of the Hungarian Society of Criminology
Since 12/2/2016 Member of the Board of Directors
» 1/9/2002 –
Hungarian Europe Society, Member
Between 12/4/2003-3/11/2011 Vice-Chairperson
Since 3/11/2011 Supervisory Board Member


 Language skills  

Hungarian – mother tongue
English – proficient user
German – proficient user
French – independent user

 

 


  

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Workshops at National Institute of Criminology
2017

 

25th October

László Tibor Nagy:

A particular violent crime against property: the plundering


The workshop is held in Hungarian.
Please register attendance in due time:
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