It has always been important for me to help others, which is why apart from learning I was involved in social activities and learning foreign languages.
Already in high school (which I graduated with honors as the best graduate from the year) I ran a scout team and I was involved in activities for the benefit of the local community.

I have chosen law studies precisely to help others. The law has become my passion and calling.

Due to the very good results in science, I studied under the Individual Course of Studies at the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw, whose supervisor was prof. dr hab. Michał Kulesza, co-founder of the local government reform, an outstanding lawyer and mentor, a lecturer liked by students.

My beloved studies at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw in the field of law, I graduated with honors (cum laude), also including the School of English Law, conducted in cooperation between my Almae Mater and the University of Cambridge.

In 2000, I got two applications – attorney and legal adviser in Warsaw. I chose a lawyer’s app, which I graduated in 2004 with a perfect result. My patron was an excellent Warsaw attorney and a great man, Andrzej Kacprzycki.

While still studying, I started working in a large Polish-English law firm. I gave up this work myself in 2002, preferring over the office work of the so-called law in action – conducting court cases.

I’ve been honored by the best representatives of the capital palestry and all courts available to the applicant, both in Warsaw and throughout Poland. I cooperated with the most distinguished Warsaw attorneys.

I believe that you need to know and know more and more, that you must share knowledge and communicate it in the most understandable way, even in a different language.

Because:

I graduated in 2009 with very good postgraduate studies as part of the Law School of Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw.
in turn, in 2011 I completed, also with a very good result, the School of Spanish Law at the University of Warsaw, conducted in cooperation with the University of Cuenca in Spain. The language of instruction was Spanish at this school.
I also lectured myself – elements of law for IT managers as part of postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology at the Warsaw University of Technology.
I was also active in the corporate sphere – I was the judge of the Higher Disciplinary Court of the Bar for two terms, and for one also its vice president.

In 2015, I was admitted to the International Academy for Family Lawyers (IAFL), a prestigious group of attorneys dealing with family law all over the world.

I am currently speaking in four foreign languages ​​- English, Spanish, German and Russian.

My profession is my passion – and I am happy that I can do it by serving others with knowledge and experience. Effectively and efficiently.