Graduated as a lawyer in 2008, passed bar exam and obtained postgraduate degrees in environment protection law and competition law. Her main area of expertise is energy law, nuclear energy and electricity laws subareas in particular which is well complemented by her knowledge of environment protection and competition law. Most of her professional experience was gained in the public administration. In 2013 she was head of unit in the field of renewable energy use and energy efficiency (Ministry for National Development), between 2014-2018 head of legal department performing legal tasks related to the preparation of the Paks II Project (Prime Minister’s Office), in particular the environmental licensing procedure. Later she worked for the Réti, Várszegi and Partners Law Firm (PwC Legal) as attorney-at-law where she provides legal services for a major energy company, participated in legal due diligence in the energy sector, and in an administrative lawsuit related to environmental remediation and also provided legal advice in state aid regulation projects. Now she is the head of unit responsible for electricity regulation in the Ministry for Innovation and Technology.