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  1. Unsere Gedanken sind Sprengstoff – Zum Vorrang des Europarechts in der Rechtsprechung des ungarischen Verfassungsgerichts.   -- In:  Europäische Grundrechte Zeitschrift -- ISSN 0341-9800. -- Jhrg. 49, (2022), Heft 1-8, s. 13-21. 
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  2. Poland and Hungary´s EU membership: On not confronting authoritarian governments.   -- In:  International journal of constitutional law -- ISSN 1474-2640. -- Vol. 20, (2022), no. 1, s. 13-34. 
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  3. Illiberal Constitutional Courts of Hungary and Poland (Some Features and the Danger They Pose).   -- In:  Państwo i prawo -- ISSN 0031-0980. -- Vol. 77, (2022), no. 8, s. 3-25. 
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  4. Resilience techniques of international courts in times of resistance to international law.   -- In:  International and comparative law quarterly -- ISSN 0020-5893. -- Vol. 70, (2021), no. 3, s. 737-768. 
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  5. Disziplinarverfahren gegen Richter wegen EuGH-Vorlage unzulässig / Rs. IS : EuGH – 23.11.21.   -- In:  Europäische Grundrechte Zeitschrift -- ISSN 0341-9800. -- Jhrg. 48, (2021), Heft 21-23, s. 626-639. 
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  6. The illiberal challenge in the EU : exploring the parallel with illiberal minorities and the example of Hungary.   -- In:  European constitutional law review -- ISSN 1574-0196. -- Vol. 16, (2020), no. 4, s. 567-600. 
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  7. Judicial law-making in European constitutional courts / editor by Monika Florczak-Wątor.    Abingdon : Routledge, 2020 . 1 online zdroj (ix, 279 stran) . ISBN 978-1-003-02244-2
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  8. Judges sitting on the Warsaw-Budapest express train : the independence of Polish and Hungarian judges before the CJEU.   -- In:  European public law -- ISSN 1354-3725. -- Vol. 26, (2020), no. 3, s. 587-613. 
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  9. Informal Institutional Elements as Both Preconditions and Consequences of Effective Formal Legal Rules : The Failure of Constitutional Institution Building in Hungary .   -- In:  The American journal of comparative law -- ISSN 0002-919X. -- Vol. 68, (2020), no. 4, s. 760-800. 
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  10. The conflict between the principles of the national identity of member states and values of European Union such as rule of law, respect for human rights and liberal democracy – case study of Hungary.   -- In:  International and comparative law review -- ISSN 1213-8770. -- Vol. 20 (2020), no. 2, s. 159-173. 
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