Fulbright Visiting Professor of Law
Tamás Ádány is the Fulbright visiting professor at Notre Dame Law School for the 2022 spring semester. He teaches International Criminal Law and Human Rights in Europe. He is from the Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary, where he is the head of Department of International Law. His interest is in general international law – the sources of international obligations, responsibility of states and particularly the position of individuals in international law. He has published extensively on these issues. His current research interest is the potential impact of certain implications of populism on the international legal order.
Previously, he worked for the Hungarian government in various professional capacities, and later he formed and ran a small consulting company on international and European legal matters.