Born and raised in Budapest, Noémi Báthory-Okunlola is an International Human Rights Law LLM candidate at Lund University. During her general legal studies, she spent a semester at the University of Bergen and also holds a MA in Comparative Law from Paris II – Panthéon Assas University. Noémi’s primary field of interest is disability law, in which she has earned experience by interning at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute. She is also the board member responsible for Public Relations and Communication at Jus Humanis, a local student association dedicated to raising awareness for human rights. After finishing her LLM, Noémi wants to continue working in the field of disability law and engage in projects promoting local communities in an international human rights organization.
Updated May 2020
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