Lajos Lőrinc Institute of Administrative Law

Lajos Lőrinc Institute of Administrative Law


Dr. Miklós Imre, Associate Professor
Deputy Head of Institute



Office: H-1083 Budapest, Üllői út 82., Educational Building, Office 450.
Phone: +36 (1) 432 9000/20183 


Dr. Miklós Imre is graduated from the Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Law in 1979. He has been working at the University and the predecessor of NUPS since 1981. As of 2016 Dr.  Imre is the Head of Institute of the Lajos Lőrinc Institute of Administrative Law. For nearly 40 years, he worked in several senior positions at the University, as Vice Rector, Dean and Head of Department. His research fields are: The change in the state’s engagement in influencing economy, State and municipal asset management, Financial, capital and insurance market surveillance, Administration for industry, Construction administration and heritage protection. He is also the member of two editorial boards: Pro Publico Bono – Hungarian Public Administration Journal and the New Hungarian Public Administration Journal.

The Institute of Administrative Law – established in 2016 – offers high-quality teaching and research in the fields of administrative law and administrative sciences. In this capacity, the Institute focuses on general administrative law as well as administrative proceedings and judicial review. Within administrative sciences a specific emphasis is put on the structure, operation and resources of public administration along with the theory of administrative sciences and comparative public administration.

Alongside a wide variety of electives, our Institute offers three relevant courses in the BA programme; the Basics of Administrative Sciences, Functions and Operation of Public Administration and Administrative Procedure. On the Master level, our required courses are as follows: Theory of Public Administration, Comparative Public Administration and Public Procurement.

Professors of the Institute are also engaged in university-wide lecturing including all faculties of the University. One of its main subjects – Functions and Operation of Public Administration – is offered in the joint module. The Institute supports the activity of students’ scientific association in the field of administrative law and administrative sciences.