European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI)

 

   
 

Mr Imre JUHÁSZ

 

Juhasz
 

Education and academic and other qualifications:
 
- May 2011: PhD, Graduate School of Legal Science, Faculty of Law, University of Eötvös Loránd (ELTE)
 
- 2000: Masters’ Degree in European Law, Institute of Postgraduate Legal Studies, Faculty of Law, ELTE
 
-1989: Bar examination
 
- 1981-1986: LLB, Faculty of Law, ELTE
 
Professional activities:
 
- 22 July 2010- : Head of the Independent Police Complaints Board
 
- 25 February 2008- : Member of the Independent Police Complaints Board
 
- 1999- :Lecturer, Chamber of Hungarian Auditors 
 
- 1997- : Examiner, Legal Profession Examination Committee, created by the Ministry of Justice
 
- 1991- :Law lecturer in different further education courses (at the Chamber of Hungarian Auditors; Heller Farkas High School; Budapest Business School, among others)

- 1990- : Attorney at law (since 1991 member of the Budapest Bar Association)

- 1986- : Assistant professor, Department of Civil Procedural Law, Faculty of Law, ELTE

Other work in the field of human rights
 
- 2008- : Legal work in the field of human rights protection (e.g. in January 2012 brought a petition to the European Parliament concerning the Beneš Decrees) 
 
- November 2006-March 2008: Member of the NGO Committee of Civil Lawyers (CJB), which investigated police activity in autumn 2006; co-authored the CJB chapter about human rights violations
 
- 1990-1995: Took part in UNHCR’s legal protection project

Scholarship
 
- 2001: Tempus scholarship, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, for PhD research
 
Knowledge of foreign languages
 
- 2008: Russian – intermediate level B2 complex language examination
- 1989: English – intermediate level state-language examination
 
Publications
 
Numerous articles published in academic journals