Lilla Nóra Kiss is a Visiting Scholar at the Global Antitrust Institute of Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University, where she engages in groundbreaking comparative research on social media regulatory issues in the US and in the EU. As an adjunct faculty, Lilla teaches antitrust law and consumer protection law in Scalia Law’s LLM Global Antitrust Law & Economics program. Lilla holds a JD, an LLM in European and International Business Law, a PhD in Law and Social Sciences, and an LLM in US Law from George Mason University.
Prior to joining the GAI as a visiting scholar, Lilla conducted international law research programs and taught EU business law (consumer protection, data protection, EU markets, private international law) for both JD and LLM students at the University of Miskolc. Her academic contributions have been recognized through several prestigious awards, including a nomination for the Wolters Kluwer Law Award in 2021. Lilla has also served as a senior counselor at the Hungarian Ministry of Justice, further demonstrating her commitment to advancing the intersections of law and policy. As such, she has provided legal advice on institutional and policy related matters between the EU and the member states. Lilla is a founding editor of Constitutional Discourse blog and is also a co-founder of the Freedom and Identity in Central Europe (FICE) working group.