Dora Zombori has joined Dentons’ Budapest office as a Partner, to strengthen the firm's Energy and Government Affairs practice.
According to Dentons, “with her extensive background in energy policy and international government, corporate negotiation, and leadership experience, Dora Zombori brings a unique expertise to Dentons.”
Prior to joining Dentons, Zombori served as the Deputy State Secretary for Energy Security at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary. Her career also includes tenure as Ambassador-at-Large for Energy and Climate, between 2021 and 2022, and being the Deputy Chief of Mission and Charge d’Affaires of the Hungarian Embassy in Washington D.C. between April and December 2020. Earlier in her diplomatic career in Washington D.C., she spent almost four years as a First Counselor for Energy and Political-Military Affairs at the Hungarian Embassy, and was a Transatlantic Diplomatic Fellow at the US Department of State, from 2015 to 2016.
"We are delighted to welcome Dora to the Dentons family," Budapest Managing Partner Gabor Kiraly commented. "Her strength in advocacy, coupled with her deep understanding of energy policy and government affairs, will undoubtedly bolster our 360 offering, allowing us to provide our clients with even more comprehensive and impactful solutions."