Second-year attorney trainee at the Warsaw Bar Association, law graduate at the University of Warsaw. She completed postgraduate studies “Information and personal data security in administration and business” at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University and attended the School of Intellectual Property Rights at the Hugon Grotius Centre for Intellectual Property Rights. She also studied journalism and media studies, specialising in press, advertising, and publishing photography at the Collegium of Interdisciplinary Individual studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Warsaw.
Author of publications in the field of protection of personal rights. She defended her master’s thesis on “Impact of human rights protection on the system of protection of personal rights”, written under the supervision of Beata Janiszewska, PhD.
During her studies she co-founded and chaired for many years the Paulina Kuczalska-Reinschmit Student Research Circle. Co-founder of the meeting cycle “On the Grounds of the University”. She was an intern at the Ombudsman’s office.
She coordinated and implemented projects on civic education and human rights. She has implemented projects under the “Youth in Action”, “Erasmus+” and “Solidarity Corps” programmes.
She has cooperated, among others, with the European Commission Representation in Poland, the Centre for Citizenship Education and the Schuman Foundation. She also acquired professional expertise while working with representatives of the creative industry, event, and marketing agencies.
In the Firm she deals with personal rights protection, personal data protection, copyright, and related law.
She works in Polish and English.