Réka Markovich

I research computational legal theory and study its applications in Artificial Intelligence and legal reasoning. My focus areas are explainable AI, AI ethics, legal knowledge representation, normative multi-agent systems and deontic logic.

Currently, I work as a research associate at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Luxembourg:
I am responsible for the AI&Law projects of the Individual and Collective Reasoning group in the Interdisciplinary Lab for Intelligent and Adaptive Systems, and I represent Luxembourg on the board of the Benelux Association for AI.


Academic and Employment History

Research Associate

Department of Computer Science, University of Luxembourg

Responsible for all AI&Law projects of the Individual and Collective Reasoning (ICR) group led by Leon van der Torre; member of the group's Steering Committe. Working on applied logics for AI, computational legal theory, and legal informatics.

2018 - Present

Assistant Professor

Department of Logic, Eötvös Loránd University BUdapest (ELTE)

part-time, contributing to a research project only

2018 - Present

Visiting Research Fellow

Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Sciences (CPNSS), London School of Economics (LSE)

2017 - 2018

Visiting Research Fellow

Edinburgh Law School
2017 - 2017

Lecturer and Junior Research Fellow

Department of Logic, Eötvös Loránd University Budapest (ELTE)

2015 - 2017

Assistant Professor

Department of Business Law, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

currently on unpaid leave

2014 - Present

Researcher

Department of Sociology and Communications, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

http://o-o-o.hu/norm/indexe.html

2013 - 2016

Researcher – Legal Expert

EUscreen XL Consortium – Department of Film Studies, ELTE

2013 - 2016

Ph.D. student

Department of Logic, Eötvös Loránd University Budapest (ELTE)

2012 - 2015

Secretary General

Hungarian Advertising Association

2006 - 2012

Legal Executive

Hungarian Advertising Association

2005 - 2006

SHORT ACADEMIC VISITS

CNR ISTI, Pisa (2021 Sept-Oct)
Zhejiang University, Hangzhou (2019 Sept)
Stanford University (2019 July-Aug)
CSIRO Data 61, Brisbane (2019 April-June)
University of Aberdeen, School of Law (2016 Aug)

FELLOWSHIPS

TAILOR Connectivity Fund's grant (2021)
New National Excellence Program’s Fellowship (2017–2018)
New National Excellence Program’s Fellowship (2016–2017)
Hungarian State Doctoral Fellowship: for Doctoral School of Philosophy at ELTE (2012–2015)
Scholarship by Erasmus Collegium (2011–2012)

Education

Ph.D. in Logic and Philosophy of Science

Department of Logic, Eötvös Loránd University Budapest
Dissertation: Deontic Logic and Formalizing Rights (summa cum laude, 100%)

Supervisor: Zsófia Zvolenszky Ph.D.

2012 - 2018

Master's in Logic and Theory of Science

Department of Logic, Eötvös Loránd University Budapest

Thesis: Deontic Logic (excellent)

2010 - 2012

Master's and Bachelor's in Communications (undivided)

Faculty of Humanities, Pázmány Péter Catholic University

Thesis: The Legal Concept of Advertising: Its Limits and Limitations (excellent)

2002 - 2007

Juris Doctor

Faculty of Law, Pázmány Péter Catholic University

Thesis: Law and Ethics in Advertising: A Comparative Study of Procedures' Efficacy (excellent)

2000 - 2005

Participating in Research Grants

DELIGHT – Deontic Logic for Epistemic Rights (main author)
  • FNR OPEN research grant Nr. O20/14776480
  • ADELE – Analytics for Decisions of Legal Cases (co-author)
  • EU Justice Programme Nr. 101007420
  • INDIGO – Information in the EU’s Digitalised Governance (co-author)
  • NORFACE Joint Research Program Nr. 822166
  • DILLAN – Digitalization, Law, and Innovation (co-author)
  • FNR PRIDE project – Doctoral Training Unit
  • MIREL – Mining and Reasoning with Legal Texts
  • EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation program
  • Autonomous Vehicles, Automation, Normativity: Logical and Ethical Issues
  • Higher Education Institutional Excellence Grant at ELTE Institute of Philosophy
  • Artificial Intelligence – Smart City – Future Mobility Research Project
  • Higher Education Institutional Excellence Grant at Budapest University of Technology and Economics
  • Linguistic aspects of fair trial. The impact of legal language on the fulfilment of access to justice
  • research project K-112172 of the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA)
  • Meaning, Communication; Literal, Figurative: Contemporary Issues in Philosophy of Language (co-author)
  • research project K-116191 of the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA)
  • EUscreenXL, the Pan-European Audiovisual Aggregator for Europeana
  • CIP BPN project funded by the European Commission
  • Norms, Common Knowledge, Cooperation
  • research project K-83887 of the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA)
  • Integrative Reasoning Studies
  • research project K-19648 of the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA)

  • Academic Service

    Journal Refereeing
  • Erkenntnis, Studia Logica, Artificial Intelligence and Law, Journal of Cross-disciplinary Research in Computational Law, Journal of Applied Logics – IFCoLoG Journal of Logics and their Applications, Organon F, Handbook of Deontic Logic Vol2, Hungarian Philosophical Review
  • Membership in Program Committees
  • LNGAI 2022 (PC Chair), JURIX 2021, BNAIC 2021 (PC Chair for AI&Law track), DEON 2020/21, IJCAI 2021, CLAR 2021, SACAIR 2021, LNGAI 2021, JURIX 2020, IJCAI 2020, SACAIR 2020, CLAR 2020, AAMAS 2019
  • CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION (ORGANIZING COMMITTEES MEMBERSHIP)
  • BNAIC/BENELEARN 2021, ZJULogAI 2020, MIREL 2019, AiML 2016
  • MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
  • BNVKI – Benelux Association for AI (board member), EurAI, International Association for AI and Law, Legal Hackers Luxembourg, CLAIRE

  • TEACHING Experience

    European Summer School on Logic, Language, and Information – ESSLLI 2021
  • Introduction to Deontic Logic and Its Application (with Leon van der Torre)
  • University of Luxembourg, Faculty of Science, Technology and Medicine (2018–)
  • Intelligent Agents II: Deontic Logic (Master of Information and Computer Science)
  • Law, Science, and Technology (Interdisciplinary Space Master)
  • Introduction to the Basic Concepts of Law to Computer Science Students (Doctoral Program in Computer Science)
  • Rhetoric and Scientific Presentation (Law, Science and Technology Joint Ph.D. program)
  • Introduction to Law, Privacy and Data Protection (Law, Science and Technology Joint Ph.D. program)
  • Budapest University of Technology, Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences, MBA program (2015–2017)
  • Competition Law, Consumer Protection and Law of Advertising
  • Budapest University of Technology, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (2014–2017)
  • Information Society and Law
  • E-Law
  • Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities (2013–2017)
  • Introduction to Logic and Reasoning
  • Deontic Logic (with Attila Molnár)
  • Budapest Business School, College of Commerce (2009–2011)
  • Law and Ethics of Advertising
  • Corvinus University of Budapest (2006–2009)
  • Regulation of Media
  • Kodolányi János College (2005–2008)
  • Law and Ethics in Advertising and Public Relations
  • Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Information Technology (2005–2009)
  • Law of Business Communication

  • Publications

    (forthcoming) Liuwen Yu; Mirko Zichichi; Réka Markovich; Amro Najjar: “Enhancing Trust in Trust Services: Towards an Intelligent Human-input-based Blockchain Oracle (IHiBO)”
    In: Hawai'i International Conference on System Sciences 2022 (HICSS-55) Proceedings, 2022.

    (forthcoming) Réka Markovich and Olivier Roy: “Cause of Action and the Right to Know”
    In: 34th International Conference on Legal Knowledge Representation and Information Systems JURIX Proceedings, IOS Press, 2021 December

    (forthcoming) Liuwen Yu; Mirko Zichichi; Réka Markovich; Amro Najjar: “Argumentation in trust services within a blockchain environment”
    In: Proceedings of the Benelux Conferences on Artificail Intelligence and Machine Learning (BNAIC/BENELEARN) 2021

    (forthcoming) Benelux Conferences on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (BNAIC/BENELEARN) 2021. Luis Leva, Réka Markovich, Amro Najjar, Cedric Pruski, Christoph Schommer, Leon van der Torre (eds.). Communications in Computer and Information (CCIS), Springer, 2021

    Réka Markovich and Olivier Roy: “Formalizing the Right to Know – Epistemic Rights as Normative Positions”
    In: Logics for New-Generation AI Proceedings, Beishui Liao, Jieting Luo, Leon vand der Torre (eds) College Publications 2021, pp. 154-158.
    https://www.collegepublications.co.uk/LNGAI/

    Réka Markovich, Amro Najjar, and Leon van der Torre: “New-Generation AIs Reasoning about Norms and Values”
    In: Logics for New-Generation AI Proceedings, Beishui Liao, Jieting Luo, Leon vand der Torre (eds.) College Publications 2021, pp. 120-131.
    https://www.collegepublications.co.uk/LNGAI/

    Réka Markovich and Olivier Roy: “A Logical Analysis of Freedom of Thought”
    In: Deontic Logic and Normative Systems DEON 2020/21 proceedings, Fenrong Liu, Alessandra Marra, Paul Portner and Frederik Van De Putte (eds.) College Publications, 2021, pp. 245-260.
    https://www.collegepublications.co.uk/DEON/?00003

    Liuwen Yu, Réka Markovich, Leon van der Torre: “Interpretation of Support among Arguments”
    In: Legal Knowledge and Information Systems – Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Application Series, Vol.334, 2020, pp.194-203.
    https://ebooks.iospress.nl/volumearticle/56176

    Casini G., Di Caro L., Governatori G., Leone V., Markovich R. (eds.), Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on MIning and REasoning with Legal texts (MIREL-19), CEUR Workshop Proceedings
    http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2632/

    Syi, Gábor Hamp, Réka Markovich: “Legal Data Actions”
    In: Proceedings of Internationales Rechtsinformatik Symposion (IRIS). Salzburg, Austria, 2020, pp: 235-240
    Also in: Jusletter IT, 2020 May https://jusletter-it.weblaw.ch/en/issues/2020/27-Mai-2020.html

    Huimin Dong, Réka Markovich, Leon van der Torre: “Towards AI Logic for Social Reasoning” (in Chinese) In: Journal of Zhejiang University, Sep 2020, No. 5, Vol. 50, pp. 31-50. https://arxiv.org/abs/2110.04452

    Réka Markovich: “Understanding Hohfeld and Formalizing Legal Rights: the Hohfeldian Conceptions and Their Conditional Consequences”
    In: Studia Logica 108 Special Issue on Permission, Obligations and Beyond Edited by Olivier Roy and Piotr Kulicki, 2020, pp. 129–158.
    (Online first: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11225-019-09870-5 2019 September)

    Réka Markovich: “On the Formal Structure of Rules in Conflict of Laws”
    In: Legal Knowledge and Information Systems 2019 – Proceedings of the 32nd JURIX Conference. Michał Araszkiewicz, Víctor Rodríguez-Doncel (Eds.) Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, Vol: 322, IOS Press, 2019, pp: 199-204.
    http://ebooks.iospress.nl/volumearticle/53672

    Huimin Dong, Beishui Liao, Réka Markovich, Leendert van der Torre: “From Classical to Non-monotonic Deontic Logic Using ASPIC+”
    In: Proceedings of LORI’2019. Patrick Blackburn, Emiliano Lorini, Meiyun Guo (Eds.) 2019, pp. 71-85.

    Réka Markovich: “Rights and Punishment – The Hohfeldian Theory’s Applicability and Morals in Understanding Criminal Law”
    In: Journal of Applied Logics – IFCoLoG Journal of Logics and their Applications Special Issue on Reasoning for Legal AI. Vol 6, nr 5, 2019, pp. 847-864.
    http://www.collegepublications.co.uk/ifcolog/?00034

    Réka Markovich: “Two Limitations in Legal Knowledge Base Constructing and Formalizing Law”
    In: Journal of Applied Logics – IFCoLoG Journal of Logics and their Applications Special Issue on Reasoning for Legal AI. Vol 6, nr 5, 2019, pp. 941-962.
    http://www.collegepublications.co.uk/ifcolog/?00034

    Réka Markovich: “Deontic Logic and Formalizing Rights. Actions, Agents and Relations in the Hohfeldian Theory and Its Formalization”
    In: Maria Dymitrik, Réka Markovich, Ruta Liepina, Mirna El Ghosh, Robert van Doesburg, Guido Governatori, Bart Verheij: “Research in Progress: Report on the ICAIL 2017 Doctoral Consortium”
    In: Artificial Intelligence and Law, 26/I, 2018 pp. 49-97.
    http://rdcu.be/HIuw

    Réka Markovich: “Agents, Roles, and Rights. A Formal Approach to the Hohfeldian Conceptions”
    In: Proceedings of AiML’2016. (Short paper) Lev Belkemishev, Stéphane Demri, and András Máté (Eds). 2016

    Réka Markovich: “No Match-making but Biconditionals. Agents and the Role of the State in Legal Relations.”
    In: Proceedings of JURIX’2015. Antonino Rotolo (Ed.) IOS Press, 2015, pp. 161-164.

    Réka Markovich: “Order of Norms and Deontic Modality”
    In: South American Journal of Logic. Special Issue Carlos Alchourrón, Edited by: Eduardo Fermé and David Makinson. Vol. 1, n. 2, 2015, pp. 435–445.
    http://www.sa-logic.org/start1.html

    Réka Markovich, Syi, Gábor Hamp: “Elliptical Lists in Legislative Texts”
    In: Proceedings of ICAIL’ 2015. Ted Sichelman, Katie Atkinson (Eds.) ACM pp. 192-195.

    Réka Markovich: “Is It Forbidden to Kill Someone? Relevance Theory’s Contribution to Deontic Logic.”
    In: Филозофија/Filozofija, year 12, no. 35: Language, Context, Interpretation. December 2013. pp. 77-84
    http://dl.fzf.ukim.edu.mk/index.php/filozofija/article/view/932


    SELECTED PAPERS IN HUNGARIAN

    (forthcoming) Réka Markovich: Logic and Law [Logika és Jog]
    In: Online Encyclopedia of Jurisprudence [Internetes Jogtudományi Enciklopédia], Eds: András Jakab and Miklós Könczöl, Attila Menyhárd, Gábor Sulyok. 2021

    Réka Markovich: Formal Logic and Its Methods in Investigating Law [Formális logika és logikai módszerek a jog vizsgálatában]
    In: Empirical Legal Studies [Empirikus Jogi Tanulmányok], Eds: András Jakab and Miklós Sebők, Osiris Kiadó, Budapest, 2020, pp. 111-126.

    Ákos Szalai and Réka Markovich: Causality and Proof in Social Sciences and in the Law [Okság és a bizonyítás a társadalomtudományokban és a jogtudományban]
    In: Empirical Legal Studies [Empirikus Jogi Tanulmányok], Eds: András Jakab and Miklós Sebők, Osiris Kiadó, Budapest, 2020, pp. 33-54.

    Syi, Hamp Gábor, Markovich Réka, Grad-Gyenge Anikó, Héder Ákos, Nagy Krisztina, Vértesy László: Formal Notions in Legal Ontologies [Formális fogalmak a jogi ontológiákban]
    In: Proceedings of Hungarian Natural Language Processing Conference 2019. Szeged: University of Szeged Institute of Information Technology, 2019. pp. 145-153.

    Réka Markovich: The logical structure of legislative texts [A jogszabályszövegek logikai mélystruktúrája]
    In: Words of the Law [A törvény szavai] Eds: Miklós Szabó and Edina Vinnai. Miskolc: Bíbor Kiadó 2018. pp. 139-166.

    Syi, Réka Markovich, Gábor Hamp: Rights and Duties in the Highway Code [Jogosultság- és kötelezettségfogalmak a KRESZ-ben]
    In: Proceedings of Hungarian Natural Language Processing Conference 2018. Ed: Veronika Vincze, University of Szeged Institute of Information Technology, Szeged, 2018. pp. 393-404.

    Réka Markovich: No-Match-making but Biconditionals. Formulas, the State, and Human Rights. [Nem házasságközvevítés, bikondicionálisok. Formulák, az állam és az emberi jogok.]
    In: Orbis Iuris. Essays for Miklós Szabó’s 65th Birthday. Eds: Szabolcs Hegyi, Edina Vinnai, Zsolt Ződi. Bíbor Kiadó, Miskolc, 2016. pp. 109-117.

    Gábor Hamp, Syi, Réka Markovich: Automated Reference Extraction in Hungarian Legislative Texts and their Inner Link Structures [Jogszabályok hivatkozásainak automatikus felismerése és a belső hivatkozások struktúrája]
    In: Proceedings of Hungarian Natural Language Processing Conference 2016. Szeged: University of Szeged Institute of Information Technology, 2016. pp. 220-229.

    Réka Markovich: Prohibition and Obligation—From a Computer’s Viewpoint [Tilalom és kötelesség – a számítógép szemével]
    In: The Linguistic Dimension of Law. [A jog nyelvi dimenziója.] Ed: Miklós Szabó. Bíbor Kiadó, Miskolc, 2015. pp. 267-274.

    Réka Markovich: The Role of a Performer in an Advertisement—Notes to a Very Strange Prohibition [A szereplő szerepe a reklámban – egy nagyon különös tilalom margójára]
    In: Economy and Law [Gazdaság és Jog] 2015/october pp. 19-22.

    Réka Markovich, Gábor Hamp, Syi: Morals of Analyzing Legislative Texts [Jogszabályszövegek gépi elemzésének tanulságai]
    In: Journal of Legal Theory [Jogelméleti Szemle] 2015/2. pp. 64-73.

    Syi, Gábor Hamp, Réka Markovich: Goody-lists in Legislatives Texts. Three Theses. [Goody-listák jogszabályszövegekben. Három tételben.]
    In: Journal of Communication, Public opinion and Media [Jel-Kép: Kommunikáció, Közvélemény, Média]. (3) 2015/3 pp. 13-24.

    Gábor Hamp, Syi, Réka Markovich: Elliptical Lists in Legislative Texts [Elliptikus listák jogszabályszövegekben]
    In: Proceedings of Hungarian Natural Language Processing Conference 2015. Szeged: University of Szeged Institute of Information Technology, 2015. pp. 273-280.

    Réka Markovich: Truths in Force, Valid Falsities [Hatályos igazságok, érvényes hamisságok]
    In: Understanding as a Vocation. Essays for Ágnes Erdélyi’s 70th Birthday, Tibor Bárány, Zsuzsa Gáspár, István Margócsy, Orsolya Reich, Ádám Vér (eds.), Budapest: L’Harmattan, 2014. pp. 510-523.

    Réka Markovich, Gábor Hamp, Syi: Conditionals in Legislative Texts [A kondicionálisok problémája jogszabályszövegekben]
    In: Proceedings of Hungarian Natural Language Processing Conference 2014. Szeged: University of Szeged Institute of Information Technology, 2014. pp. 295-302.

    Réka Markovich: Obligatory Questions—Unclarified Issues in Deontic Logic [Kötelező kérdések – Tisztázatlan pontok a deontikus logikában]
    In: Világosság LII/ 2013 fall pp. 141-156.

    Réka Markovich: Lewis and the Lonely Heroes [Egyszer minden titokra fény derül? – Avagy Lewis és a magányos hősök]
    In: We Must not Become Misologues – Essays for András Máté’s 60th Birthday, Zsófia Zvolenszky et al. (eds.), Budapest: L’Harmattan, 2013. pp. 286-295.

    Zsófia Zvolenszky, Attila Molnár, Péter Mekis, Sára Jellinek, Márton Gömöri, Tamás Bitai (editors): We Must not Become Misologues – Essays for András Máté’s 60th Birthday. [Nehogy érvgyűlölők legyünk – Tanulmánykötet Máté András 60. születésnapjára.] Budapest: L’Harmattan, 2013.

    Réka Markovich: The First Date [Az első randi]
    In: Advertisement, or, What You Will. Ed.: Lilla Hargitai. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 2012. pp. 114-115.

    Réka Markovich: Change in Legal Regulation of Medicine Advertising [A gyógyszerreklámok szabályozásának változása]
    In: Economy and Law 2007/April. pp. 11-16.

    Réka Markovich: The Legal Concept of Advertisement: Its Limits and Limitations [A reklám fogalmának határai]
    In: Case Studies in Media Regulation. Ed.: Mihály Gálik. Corvinus University of Budapest Marketing and Media Institute, 2006. pp. 55-62.


    TALKS

    “A Logical Analysis of Freedom of Thought” (peer-reviewed)
    At: 15th International Conference on Deontic Logic and Normative Systems, Munich/online, 2021 June

    “Formalizing the Right to Know: Epistemic Rights as Normative Positions” (peer-reviewed)
    At: 1st workshop on Logics for New-Generation Artificial Intelligence (LNGAI), Hangzhou/online, 2021 June

    “Input/Output Logic for Conflict of Laws” (invited talk)
    At: Kick-off meeting of the Automated Reasoning with Legal Entities project, Luxembourg/online, 2021 May

    “Interpretation of Support among Arguments” (peer-reviewed)
    At: 33rd Legal Knowledge and Information Systems (JURIX), Brno/Prague/online, 2020 December

    “Legal Data Actions” (Co-authors: Syi, Gábor Hamp) (peer-reviewed)
    At: International Legal Informatics Symposium (IRIS) University of Salzburg, 2020 February

    “On the Formal Structure of Rules in Conflict of Laws” (peer-reviewed)
    At: 32nd International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems – JURIX, Madrid, 2019 December

    “From Applied Logic and Legal Theory to Applied Ethics” (invited talk)
    At: 3rd Chinese-Polish Workshop on Applied Logic: Reasoning about Social Phenomena, Hangzhou, 2019 September

    “How modelling law contributes to the ethics of AI” (invited talk)
    At: Samsung Research America, Mountain View, 2019 August

    “An Agent-based Conceptual Analysis of Rights and Duties with Multimodal Logic” (peer-reviewed)
    At: Logic in Computer Science (LiCS) / Women in Logic Workshop, Vancouver, 2019 June

    “Formal Models of Norm Conflict Resolving Methods in Law” (invited talk)
    At: Epilogue Meeting of Permissions, Information and Institutional Dynamics, Obligations, and Right – PIOTR. University of Bayreuth, 2019 March

    “Images of a Legislation. Technical and Legal Sociological Morals of Extracting and Visualizing Legislative Texts’ Inner Link Structure” (peer-reviewed)
    At: International Legal Informatics Symposium (IRIS) University of Salzburg, 2019 February

    “How to make legal statements? On the logic of the Hohfeldian Power” (invited talk)
    At: Final Project Meeting of Permissions, Information and Institutional Dynamics, Obligations, and Right – PIOTR. University of Bayreuth, 2018 December

    “Rights and Punishment” (peer-reviewed)
    At: Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and the Complexity of Legal Systems (AICOL) held at JURIX-2018, University of Groningen, 2018 December

    “What Does the Highway Code Command to Whom?” (invited talk) At: Deontic Logic for Autonomous Cars Project Meeting, Imperial College London, 2018 October

    “Logic and Graphs of Legal Relations: Why Hohfeld Was Right about Rights” (invited talk)
    At: Mining and Reasoning with Legal Texts Workshop at LuxLogAI, University of Luxembourg, 2018 September

    “Rights and Duties Formalized with Multi-Modal Logic and Graphs” (peer-reviewed)
    At: Normative Notions Formalized workshop, University of Munich, 2018 August

    “Understanding Hohfeld – In Order to Understand Normative Multi-Agent Systems” (peer-reviewed)
    At: Formal Methods & Logical Aspects of Multi-agent Systems. University of Stockholm, 2018 July

    “A Formal Analysis of (Human) Rights and (State) Duties” (peer-reviewed)
    At: Law, Logic and Legal Reasoning workshop at Universal Logic Congress. Vichy, 2018 June

    “Rights and Crimes” (invited talk)
    At: 5th Project Meeting of Permissions, Information and Institutional Dynamics, Obligations, and Right – PIOTR. John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, 2018 February

    “Formal Representation of Hohfeld's Rights and Duties with Legal Metaphysics” (peer-reviewed)
    At: Current Trends in Deontic Logic. Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, 2017 November

    “Rights Formalization with Derivation Rules” (peer-reviewed)
    At: Trends in Logic XVII, Traditional and new perspectives on deontic logic and agency modeling. Lublin, 2017 September

    “Understanding Rights and Duties. A Formal Approach to the Hohfeldian Conceptions” (peer-reviewed)
    At: The 16th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law. Doctoral Consortium. King’s College London, 2017 June

    “Understanding (Human) Rights and Duties. A Formal Approach to the Hohfeldian Conceptions” (invited talk)
    At: Contemporary Problems and Hohfeldian Analysis Workshop, Legal Theory Festival, Edinburgh, 2017 May

    “Human Rights and State Duties” (invited talk)
    At: Department of Philosophy, University of Bologna, 2017 April

    “Understanding Rights and Duties. A Formal Approach to the Hohfeldian Conceptions and the Human Rights” (invited talk)
    At: Interdepartmental Center for Research in the History, Philosophy, and Sociology of Law and in Computer Science and Law (CIRSFID), University of Bologna, 2017 April

    “Agents, Roles, and Rights. A Formal Analysis on Hohfeldian Conceptions.” (peer-reviewed)
    At: AiML 2016 – 11th International Conference on Advances in Modal Logic, ELTE/Central European University 2016 August

    “Order of Norms and Deontic Modality” (peer-reviewed)
    At: Modalities, Conditionals, and Values – A Symposium on Philosophical Logic in Celebration of the Centenary of Georg Henrik von Wright. University of Helsinki, 2016 May

    “No Match-making but Biconditionals – Agents and the Role of the State in Legal Relations” (peer-reviewed)
    At: JURIX’2015 – The 28th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems, University of Minho, 2015 December

    “Automated Reference Extraction in Hungarian Legislative Texts and Visualization of their Inner Link Structures” (peer-reviewed)
    At: NAiL 2015 – Open Legal Data and Network Analysis in Law workshop, University of Minho, 2015 December

    “Elliptical Lists in Legislative Texts” (peer-reviewed)
    At: Fifteenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law (ICAIL) University of San Diego, 2015 June

    “How do we know if it is forbidden to kill someone?” (peer-reviewed)
    At: 5th International Conference Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines (CADAAD), 2014 September


    SELECTED TALKS IN HUNGARIAN

    “What does the Highway Code Command to Whom? Modalities and Norms of Traffic Laws from a Deontic Logic Viewpoint” [Mit ír elő a KRESZ és kinek? Modalitások és normák a közlekedési szabályokban a deontikus logika szemszögéből]
    At: Workshop on Modalities, Norms and Logic, Budapest, November 2018

    “The Logical Structure of Legislative Texts” [A jogszabályszövegek logikai mélystruktúrája]
    At: The Intelligibility of the Legal Language and the Access to Justice Conference, Miskolc, May 2018

    “The Logic of Proof at Libel Suits” [Ki mint állít, úgy bizonyít]
    At: Conference on Legal Reasoning and Argumentation Theory. Budapest University of Technology, May 2016

    “Style and the Structure of Norms” [Stílus és normaszerkezet]
    At: Workhop on Law and Style. Pázmány Péter Catholic University, May 2016

    “Using Natural Language Processing in Law” [Nem idegen tollak]
    At: The Role and Use of Jurisprudence. Hungarian Academy of Sciences, June 2015

    “Law, Logic, Database” [Jog, logika, adatbázis]
    At: Budapest Open Knowledge Meetup – Data and Lawyers. May 2015

    “Conditionals in Legislative Texts” [A kondicionálisok szerepe jogszabályszövegekben]
    At: Conference on The Linguistic Dimension of Law, Miskolc, November 2014