Graduate of full-time law studies at Opole University. Thesis on criminal procedure entitled “Institution of a Crown Witness in Polish criminal proceedings”. “Institution of a Crown Witness in Polish criminal proceedings” was written under the supervision of professor Zbigniew Kwiatkowski, associate professor of Opole University.
She served her legal training at the District Bar Council in Częstochowa. The course of legal training was supervised by the Dean of the District Bar Council in Częstochowa, Counsellor Witold Pospiech.
In the course of cooperation with the Office of Witold Pospiech she has represented Clients in numerous criminal trials (criminal, penal, penal fiscal, criminal economic). Moreover, during her legal training she cooperated with several law firms, where she practiced mainly in the field of broadly understood commercial law. At the same time, she has been extending her knowledge during postgraduate studies in Banking Law at the University of Warsaw.
After completing her legal training she started her individual professional practice. In the Law Firm she provides legal assistance to business Clients in the scope of: commercial and economic law, civil law, contract law and criminal law. On the other hand she represents individual Clients in numerous divorce and separation proceedings. Her interests also include providing legal assistance to parties in proceedings for declaring a marriage invalid before the Church Court. In this field she graduated from Judiciary and Church Administration – University of Rev. Stefan Wyszyński in Warsaw.