Anita Koncsik, dr. has been working as a lawyer and senior researcher at K-Monitor Public Benefit Association since 2014 where she does advocacy management and legal research. Within the frame of advocacy activities, she regularly monitors Hungarian legislative proposals on whistleblowing and elaborates recommendations based on international good practices (devoting special attention to CEE examples and EU-level challenges). Recently, she has been participating in submitting comments and recommendations to the drafted national anticorruption programme (pointing out i.a. the shortcomings of legal and practical framework of whistleblower’s protection in Hungary). Beside elaborating policy papers, she also coordinates development of IT tools for anticorruption built upon the findings of interdisciplinary research. In 2010, Anita became lecturer at Eötvös Loránd University of Sciences (ELTE) Faculty of Law, at first junior lecturer of the Department of Legal Theory, then assigned lecturer of the Department of Criminology. She also worked as an editor of an e-journal of legal and social theory called “tolle,lege!” In order to gain more experience from different strata of legal profession, she worked earlier as a clerk to the justice in Budapest Capital Regional Court of Appeal and as assigned translator for the Court of Justice of the European Union. Now, she is writing her PhD-thesis on modelling legal and social phenomena with the help of AI (artificial intelligence).