Attorney, PhD in law, Director of the Ordo Iuris Process Intervention Center. A graduate of law studies at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw, which he graduated with honors in 2012. In 2013-2014 he completed general apprenticeship at the National School of Judiciary and Public Prosecution, during which he was practicing in prosecutor's offices and common courts in Warsaw, getting acquainted with the specificity of working in law enforcement and justice. In the years 2014-2016 he completed legal training at the District Bar Council in Warsaw, and in 2017 he obtained a positive result from the bar examination (Bar Association in Warsaw). He is a partner of one of the Warsaw bar associations. Doctor of legal sciences and a graduate of full-time doctoral studies at the Institute of Sciences of the State and Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw, where he conducts scientific and didactic activities in the field of law sociology, political and legal doctrines and the theory of law. Author of publications in the field of substantive criminal and procedural law, history of law and theory and philosophy of law, published in prestigious Polish nationwide (including in the "State and Law" or "Sejm Review") and international scientific periodicals. In his academic work, he also focuses on the legal aspects of the position of court experts in procedural practice, which is reflected in the book entitled "The position and role of an expert in the Polish legal system" (Warsaw 2016). From 2013, he has been involved in the activities of non-governmental organizations focusing their activity on the freedom of economic activity, freedom of speech and protection of the constitutional order.