Dr Agnieszka Frąckowiak-Adamska

Agnieszka Frąckowiak-Adamska – assistant professor, Chair of European and International Law, Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics, University of Wrocław (from 2007). Coordinator of the Master Professionnel de Droit Européen et International des Affaires programme of the University Paris-Dauphine at the University of Wrocław. Main research interest: European Judicial Area, EU Citizenship, Internal Market and the role of national judges in the application of European Union law.


Author of numerous publications in leading Polish and European legal journals. Member of the European Union Commission’s Expert Group on the revision of the Brussels IIa (2201/2003) Regulation. Expert in the Asser Institute’s study for the European Parliament on A European Framework for Private International Law: Current Gaps and Future Perspectives. National rapporteur for the FIDE Congress in Tallinn 2012 for the topic The Area of Freedom, Security and Justice and the Information Society. Apprentice in the European Parliament (2000/2001), Court of Justice of CE (2002), Cour de Cassation in Paris (2006). Judge’s training period (2001–2004). Postdoctoral scholar at the Robert Schuman University, Strasbourg (2008), European University Institute in Florence (2010) and University Paris-Dauphine (2011).


Leader of the research project Mutual recognition and execution of judgments in the European Union (National Science Center, Poland) and of the Polish part of the research project Cross-Border Litigation in Europe: Private International Law Legislative Framework, National Courts and the Court of Justice of the European Union (European Commission, DG Justice).

 

Mgr Agnieszka Guzewicz

PhD candidate, Department of Commercial and Business Law (2010-2016), and Assistant, Chair of European and International Law (2014-2016), Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics, University of Wroclaw. Author of academic publications in Polish, English and French. Main research interests: interpretation of commercial law concepts, functioning of capital companies and application of European Union law by national courts.


Legal Advisor in the District Chamber of Legal Advisors in Wroclaw (since July 2015);
International internships: Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg (2011); Permanent Representation of the Republic of Poland to the European Union in Brussels; Scholarships of the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law (2015) and in the annual international project Programme in European Private Law for Postgraduates (PEPP) – Hamburg, Wroclaw, Cambridge, Valencia (2011/2012); Co-organizer of French Master’s studies in International and European Economic Law of the University Paris-Dauphine at the University of Wrocław.

 

Mgr Łukasz Petelski

Assistant at the Chair of European and International Law, Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics, University of Wrocław. Legal trainee at the Wrocław District Chamber of Legal Advisors. Graduated from the Faculty of Law at the University of Bialystok (Master’s of Law, Bachelor of European Studies). In 2012 he got his Master’s degree in European and International Economic Law at University Paris-Dauphine (Master 2 professionnel Droit Européen et International des Affaires). He participated in the Erasmus programme, within which he spent an academic year at Aristotle University in Thessaloniki (Greece). He graduated from the Summer School of Comparative EU-US Law organised by Michigan State University. He gained practical experience during his work in law offices. He deals with the issues of European law and international private law. Assistant in the project Cross-Border Litigation in Europe: Private International Law Legislative Framework, National Courts and the Court of Justice of the European Union (European Commission, DG Justice). He is interested in French law. He works as a lecturer in legal French at the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics of University of Wrocław.