László Kelemen is a Hungarian attorney and writer. He was awarded a degree in Law from the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of the Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest in 1982. In 1985, he passed the Legal Qualifying Examination with distinction and began practice as an attorney-at-law. He established and currently heads the Kelemen, Mészáros, Sándor & Partners Law Practice in Budapest.
In addition to his degree in Law, he also holds a degree in Psychology, awarded in 2008 from the Faculty of Arts, University of Szeged. He was a postgraduate student at the Graduate School of Psychology at the University of Pécs between 2010 and 2014, and in 2014 received a PhD degree from this institution.
- Kelemen, László, Joghallgatók a jogról (Budapest: Kelemen, 2009)
- ——— , Miként vélekedünk a jogról? (Budapest: Kelemen, 2010)
- ——— , Social Psychological Researches in Hungary in 2010-2011 (Budapest: Kelemen, 2012)
- Kelemen László and Hollán Miklós, Joghallgatók a jogról II. (Budapest: Kelemen, 2013)
Sam Gilchrist Hall is a Senior Lecturer in English at Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary and an Honorary Research Fellow of Kingston University, London. His main research interest lies in conceptualisations of dwelling and belonging in medieval and early modern texts.
He was was educated at the University of London and has published a monograph, Shakespeare’s Folly: Philosophy, Humanism, Critical Theory (New York: Routledge, 2016), and several articles on early modern literature and Critical Theory. As an avid writer, he is currently working on a novella, entitled Inside Virgil Caine.
- Gilchrist Hall, Sam, ‘“Civil Monsters”: The Enlightened Dialectics of Othello’, The Postgraduate Journal of Aesthetics, 9 (2012), 15–28
- ——— , ‘Feeble Heroism: 1 & 2 Henry IV and Intellectual Liberty’, Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft, Seminar Online 13 (2015), 63–74
- ——— , ‘In Mendacio Veritas: Telling the Truth through Lies in 1 & 2 Henry IV and Henry V’ Cahiers Élisabéthains, 91.2 (2016), 1–14
- ——— , ‘Richard II: History, Degeneracy and Deformity’, Theta, 11 (2014), 131–148
- ——— , Shakespeare’s Folly: Philosophy, Humanism, Critical Theory (New York: Routledge, 2016)
- ——— , ‘Trouble in Paradise: Misbehaviour and Disbelief in Henry Neville’s Isle of Pines’ (1666), The Anachronist, 18.2 (2019)