Martin Herczeg



About me

Justice and the considerations associated with it have occupied my head ever since I can remember. Eventually, the desire for knowledge won out, and that was what led me to study law.  I see the law as a universally powerful tool that can change anything around us, and that is why I strive to constantly improve my working methods. The theoretical knowledge about them is provided to me by the school, and I am learning to effectively transform it into the living world of law in our office.

In my free time, I play sports and spend time with family and friends, ideally with a good coffee.

I speak English fluently and passively Russian.

Practice & Experience

My job in the office is continuous help and support for lawyers in cases that we solve together for our clients. In addition to the above, I monitor European and national legislative changes, courts' decision-making activity and research the literature to keep up with legal progress. Last but not least, I manage the social networks of our office so that they thrive on engaging and valuable content.

I also take care of our foreign clientele, to whom we provide comprehensive immigration services in Slovakia through our ARRIVALS project. In addition, I am responsible for maintaining and developing client relationships for the Americas, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Australia & the Pacific.

In addition to my studies, I worked as a scientific support force in commercial law at the Department of Civil and Commercial Law, Faculty of Law, Trnava University in Trnava. I participated in the department's scientific activities, and to this day I devote myself to my own publishing activities.


Faculty of Law, University of Trnava (since 2019)


The relationship between illegal and unethical advertising. Published in the Almanac of the publications of the XIV. year of the Scientific Student Conference of the Faculty of Law of the Trnava University in Trnava. Reviewer: Mgr. Peter Mészáros, PhD.
Registered share capital of a company. Published in the student journal Corpus Delicti no. 1/2021. Reviewer: doc. JUDr. Lucia Žitňanská, PhD.


Lucia Žitňanská, Associate Professor of Law and Former Ministress of Justice

"I know Martin not only as a student from seminars, but also from his work as a scientific support force. Therefore, I can evaluate him from the position of a tutor. Martin is hardworking and precise at work. He is interested in acquiring new knowledge in law and is also interested in publishing about law as part of increasing his knowledge. At the same time, he does not resist discussion or constructive criticism, accepts it and takes it as what helps him improve his professional knowledge. In one sentence, Martin wants to be a good lawyer and he works on it."