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Our team

Kinga Pietraszewska-Mielczarek – Legal adviser, graduate of Law and Administration Department of Gdańsk University. Ms Pietraszewska-Mielczarek was a full-time trainee judge of the region subject to the Appeal Court in Gdańsk from 2004-2007. In 2008 she passed the judicial exam and became a judge’s assistant in the District Court of Gdańsk. She is enrolled on the list of legal advisers (number 1910) in the Regional Chamber of Legal Advisers in Gdańsk. Ms Pietraszewska-Mielczarek specialises in civil law (succession and family law), labour and social insurance law, and administrative law. She conducts thorough research and finds positive solutions for her clients. Ms Pietraszewska-Mielczarek is fluent in English, and has a diploma in British and European law obtained under the auspices of Cambridge University. She is married with two children, and enjoys running and spinning. www.radca-gdansk.pl

Alicja Romanowska – Law firm associate, graduate of the Law and Administration Department of Gdańsk University. An expert in debt, the subject of Ms Romanowska’s Master’s Thesis was “The reasons for ineffectiveness in debt enforcement proceedings”, and she directs her efforts so that our clients do not experience it. Ms Romanowska also has vast experience in both business and commercial law. Her true passions are cycling and hiking.

dr Aleksandra Nadolska – Legal Adviser, law firm associate, Ph. D. in legal science, graduate of Law and Administration Department of Gdańsk University. Dr Nadolska also graduated from the International Economic and Political Relations Academy in Gdynia, and completed post-graduate studies in Accounting and Finance at the Management Department of Gdańsk University. Dr Nadolska specializes in financial and economic law. She has a particular interest in European integration within the financial market, with a particular focus on the institutional mechanisms for financial supervision and their effectiveness. Dr Nadolska cooperates on an academic level with several universities, and is the author of numerous publications on financial markets, and European and administrative law.

Bartosz Sawicki – a barrister and graduate of the Law and Administration Department of Gdańsk University. Mr Sawicki also completed post-graduate studies in the Culture and History of Gdańsk at the History Department of Gdańsk University, and studied Philosophy at the Department of Social Sciences. From 2006 to 2007 he was a prosecutor’s trainee in the Appeal Court in Gdańsk. After passing the prosecutor’s examination in 2007, he worked as a lawyer in the Regional Inspectorate of Road Transport before undertaking a barrister’s traineeship in the region of Gdańsk, which he completed in December 2009. Mr Sawicki specializes in criminal and construction law, including economic crimes, and he speaks English and Czech. Mr Sawicki leads an active social life and is a member various associations and organizations. His interests include football, history and traditional architecture. In his free time he likes to play the guitar and accordian.

Łukasz Kamiński – barrister trainee and a graduate of the Law and Administration Department at Gdańsk University. He first gained legal experience as a student in a dynamic small firm in Kutno, and then at renowned law firms in Starogard Gdański and Tczew, where he was actively involved in the functions of a notarial office. In 2013 he succesfully defended and attained a high grade for his Master’s thesis, entitled “The system of electronic surveillance as an alternative form of imprisonment”. Since 2014, Mr Kamiński has been enrolled on the list of barrister trainees of the Regional Bar Association of Gdańsk. Mr Kamiński specialises in civil law. He is an active member of various patriotic and pro-defence associations, and he is passionate about sport and military history.

Sylwester Kubat – a graduate of the Law and Administration Department at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. In 2012 he defended his Master’s Thesis in criminal law titled: “Help and incitement to suicide” under the guidance of prof. Andrzej Marek and dr.hab. Jerzy Lachowski. Since 2013 Mr Kubat has been enrolled on the list of barrister trainees of the Pomeranian Bar Association. He started to gain professional experience as a student by working as an intern to the District Court in Chojnice. Mr Kubat currently cooperates with law firms rendering legal advice in criminal matters which he specialises in along with the law regarding the enforcement of criminal sanctions. Besides taking part in trials, he also provides ad-hoc advice to the arrested. His hobbies are football, snowboarding, rock music, films and traveling.