Sarolta Édua Szabó
"As a VIAC Community Ambassador, my aim is to promote VIAC as a neutral and viable alternative to other western European arbitral institutions, particularly to clients in the CEE region, with a focus on Hungary. I am proud to be associated with VIAC, which is recognized for its highly efficient and experienced team of arbitrators, innovative use of technology to streamline the arbitration process, predictable fee schedule and overall value for money that it offers to clients."
Sarolta is a highly accomplished senior associate at Oppenheim Law Firm, where she specializes in the field of dispute resolution.
Her legal education includes a Juris Doctor from Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Law in Budapest, as well as a Certificate of English Law from the University of Warwick with a focus on torts and contract law. She has also received a first grade diploma from the Austrian Arbitration Academy, and has participated in the Private International Law Course of The Hague Academy of International Law. In addition to her work at Oppenheim, Sarolta is a lecturer at Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Law, where she teaches civil procedure law. She has also held the position of visiting researcher at the Comparative Civil and Civil Procedure Law Institute of the University of Heidelberg.
She is one of the authors of the Commentary on the New Hungarian Civil Procedure Code and she has published several articles on issues related to domestic and international arbitration.
With her extensive education and experience, Sarolta is a skilled and effective counsel who regularly represents Hungarian and international clients in both arbitration and commercial litigation.