I graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Silesia in Katowice in 2013. In 2014-2016 I was a legal counsel trainee at the District Chamber of Legal Counsels in Krakow. In 2017, I took the state legal counsel exam, which I passed successfully. I have been cooperating with the BFP Law Firm since 2013.
Since I can remember, I dreamt about a judge's career - I wanted to protect the justice system, and to adjudicate in criminal matters. Right after graduation, I started working at the BFP Law Firm, initially treating it as a temporary cooperation, in the meantime planning to take the entrance examination for the judge's apprenticeship. However, observing the functioning of the system "from the other side" I realized that advising and solving clients' problems is what satisfies me the most.
While providing legal services to entrepreneurs, I have the opportunity to constantly develop my skills and expand my knowledge. Each and every day, I am tackling new problems, in various areas of the law. Thanks to my cooperation with business clients, I have learned to act rationally and efficiently under heavy time pressure, and to remain calm in crisis situations. I am very satisfied with conducting cases in the field of labour law, in particular related to the issues of mobbing and discrimination. I also support the work of the Law Firm’s personal injury team, mainly in the area of claims connected with personal injuries related to traffic accidents.
Privately, I prefer a healthy lifestyle and I spend my free time actively: I travel, train, climb mountains, read, cook and do everything not to sit idle. I focus on continuous development, which is why I currently attend post-graduate studies in environmental law, in European Union law, and in Polish law at the Jagiellonian University.