She specialises in criminal, family, and guardianship cases. She has practical experience in representing clients in court proceedings, including appeals before the Supreme Court and in proceedings before law enforcement agencies. She is also a valued expert in representing medical practitioners in cases involving medical malpractice. She has conducted a number of training courses for physicians in the area of the criminal, professional and civil liability and patient rights.
A valued lecturer at the National Forum of Young Criminologists, where she presented, among others, a paper entitled “On the limits of doctor-guarantor liability – a case study”. In 2020, her article was published under the same title in “Crime of the 21st Century – Opportunities and Challenges for Criminology” edited by Professor Emil W. Pływaczewski, Diana Dajnowicz-Piesiecka and Emilia Jurgielewicz-Delegacz.
She graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Szczecin in 2008. In the same year, she established cooperation with the Law Firm by doing her barrister’s training there. In 2009, she completed postgraduate legal studies in the USA at the Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent College of Law with an international LL.M (Master of Law) degree. She has been practising as an attorney-at-law since 2014.
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