Officers


Dr. György Ignácz

President of the Association

He graduated from the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of ELTE (Eötvös Loránd University) in 2004. He began his judicial career as a clerk at the Court of Budapest IV and XV Districts, as a court secretary at the Criminal Chamber of the Budapest Metropolitan Court, and later at the Pest Central District Court. In 2010 he was appointed as a criminal judge at the Pest Central District Court, and since 2012 he has been a judge of first instance at the Budapest Metropolitan Court. He mainly deals with crimes against life, drug-related and sexual offences. Since 2014, he has been appointed as a lecturer at the Department of Criminal Procedure and Penitentiary Law at the ELTE-ÁJK (Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Law and Political Sciences). He has published several papers on substantive and procedural criminal law and is a regular speaker at judicial training courses. Since 2018, he has been pursuing doctoral studies at the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of ELTE.


Dr. Adrienn Laczó

Member of the Board of Presidents of the Association

She has been a criminal judge since 2001 and a judge of the Criminal College of the Budapest Metropolitan Court since 2008, hearing first instance cases, in particular economic crimes and those against life. She obtained a qualification as an organised crime counsellor from the Faculty of Law Enforcement of the National University of Public Service. She is a regular lecturer at the ELTE ÁJK and the National University of Public Service, Faculty of Law Enforcement, and in 2019 she is in charge of the course “The Law of Economic Crimes” at the ELTE István Bibó College. She participates as a lecturer in professional training courses within the judiciary and in the training of clerks, and is a member of the competition committee for the admission of clerks to the judiciary. He has advanced command of English and German and intermediate command of Italian.


Dr. Anna Madarasi

Member of the Board of Presidents of the Association, spokesperson

She graduated from the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of ELTE in 2006. In her final year of university, she spent her mandatory university internship at the Budapest Metropolitan Court of Justice, and after graduation she became a clerk at the Pest Central District Court, where she worked in the criminal and civil litigation and non-litigation areas until 2009. Subsequently, she worked at the Criminal College of the Budapest Metropolitan Court, where she was a direct assistant to the Head of the College. She passed the bar exam in 2010 and after the birth of her first child, she became a court secretary in the Non-Litigation Group of the Pest Central District Court in 2012. After the birth of her second child, she started working again at the Board of Presidents of the Budapest Metropolitan Court in 2015, first as a press secretary and then as a press spokesperson between 2016 and 2018. Since 1 August 2018 she has been a judge at the Economic College of the Budapest Metropolitan Court.

She has advanced command of English and Italian and intermediate command of German. She received her LL.M. degree from the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of the PPKE (Péter Pázmány Catholic University), and is currently a PhD student at the Doctoral School of the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of ELTE.


Dr. Anita Király (Mrs. Zeöld)

Secretary General of the Association

She graduated from the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of ELTE in 1997. She worked as a court clerk at the Pest Central District Court, where she was appointed as a criminal judge on 1 January 2002. The majority of her case load consisted of offences committed by juveniles. Since 1 March 2017, she has been working as an appellate judge at the Budapest Metropolitan Court. Her chamber deals mainly with drug-related offences and crimes against property. In 2018, she obtained a qualification as a specialist legal expert in juvenile cases at the Deák Ferenc Institute of Law and Political Sciences of the PPKE. She participates as a lecturer in professional training courses within the judiciary, in training of court clerks and regularly gives presentations in primary and secondary schools on topics related to the judiciary and juvenile delinquency.

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