Florian Nagy is currently attending the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law. Prior to law school he received his Bachelor of Science in Economics and Mathematics with a minor in Psychology at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Arts & Science. He was a Research Assistant at a Toronto litigation boutique in the summer of 2019. He also has experience working as a Research Assistant for a professor in the area of international administrative law and has been a researcher for the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights. He has participated in many moots both at the undergraduate and law school level, as a competitor and as a judge, most recently winning Best Oralist at the Walsh Family Law Moot. Florian has been involved in many extracurricular activities. He is currently the President of the Christian Legal Fellowship at the Faculty of Law, has presented a constitutional law workshop to high school students through the David Asper Centre, and has worked with 180 Degrees Consulting, the world's largest university-based consultancy, to offer affordable consulting services to non-profits and social enterprises. Florian enjoys writing and has written a novel as well as short stories for a University of Toronto student magazine, The Salterrae. He is trilingual in English, German and Romanian.