Emilia started gathering experience in Kaczor Klimczyk Pucher Wypiór Law Firm in 2004 and established her own law office in Warsaw in 2010. She has been a member of the District Bar Association in Warsaw since 2009, and passed the bar exam in 2012. Her practice centres on copyright and related rights, law of obligations, non-profit sector issues and public procurement. She advises cultural institutions, authors, artists and other entities active in the fields of culture, art and science.
A graduate of Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw, Emilia’s MA thesis in human rights was supervised by Professor Mirosław Wyrzykowski and was defended in 2004. Simultaneously, she earned her BA at the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism at the University of Warsaw, with a specialization in European integration. She graduated with honours under the supervision of Professor Zofia Sokolewicz.
Emilia is a member of the Women’s Affairs Workgroup (Zespół ds. Kobiet przy Naczelnej Radzie Adwokackiej) at the Polish Bar Council and a Secretary of the Human Rights Group at the District Bar Council in Warsaw. She provides pro bono services for the Polish Society of Anti-Discrimination Law.
She is a co-author of a report “Analysis and assessment of legislative actions of the Republic of Poland’s authorities in the period from the beginning of the Sejm VIII (i.e. November 12, 2015) until the end of 2017, in terms of their compliance with the Constitution of the Republic of Poland of 2 April 1997.”
She teaches copyright and related rights at the New Theatre Practices Lab at SWPS University in Warsaw.
She works in Polish and English.