In my school years, probably through my talkative attitude and having opinions on every possible topic, I heard many times that I should become a lawyer. Eventually, by inhibiting my innate scepticism, I felt that so many people could not be wrong.
In 2014, I completed my BA studies in the field of Administration at the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, to obtain a master's degree in administration two years later. In 2017, defending my master's thesis in the field of commercial law, I graduated with honours from the faculty of law at the same university, and then was entered on the list of legal counsel trainees after obtaining a positive result on the entrance examination for legal counsel apprenticeship.
Despite the fact that my legal path does not have its origins in either family traditions or childhood dreams, I can now without hesitation consider it to be a good choice. For as long as I remember, I loved all kinds of puzzles, and above all - solving them. In this way, to a large extent, I see my work as a lawyer and therefore, as a field of main interest, I have chosen civil law, and in particular commercial law, which is a great source of legal riddles.
I joined the team of the BFP Law Firm at the beginning of 2017. Since then, learning from the best, I have been extensively broadening my knowledge in the field of civil law and, most importantly, the practice of its application. All this allows me to enrich the aforementioned enthusiasm with which I approach the legal issues encountered, that in turn helps to maintain the very important, appropriate level of professionalism of the services provided.
Besides, I'm passionate about history (every epoch has something fascinating) and contemporary philosophy. I love cats, I can not imagine a week without a visit to the gym, as well as winter without ski jumping.