Doctor of laws, academic lecturer, Vice-President of the Board of Ordo Iuris Institute for Legal Culture, a human rights think tank based in Warsaw. Vice-president of the Non-Governmental Initiatives Confederation, an independent network of organizations representing the civil society.
He received his PhD from the Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw. Graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw and of Inter-University Individual Studies in Humanities of Artes Liberales Academy, the latter pursued at both the University of Warsaw and the Jagiellonian University in Cracow. His book on legal certainty was awarded in "Monographies" competition of the Foundation for Polish Science.
Tymoteusz Zych authored numerous expert reports, legal opinions and academic papers in the field of human rights protection, family law, constitutional law and public international law. His opinions and expert reports have been used in legislative process as well as accepted by both Polish and foreign courts and tribunals as well as international judicial Institutions. He has also drafted legal acts on request of both public authorities and civil society organizations.
Zych has been appointed as an expert in numerous bodies consulting public policy. He served as a member of consultative boards in Ministry of Justice under four ministers of different political affiliations. Since 2015 he has been member of the Family Life and Family Autonomy Council in the Ministry of Justice. Thanks to support from more than 25 NGOs he has been also nominated to the council of the National Freedom Institute, which consults public policy regarding civil society organizations. He is also formally consulted by Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology.
He has formally provided expertise in field of human rights and the rule of law on request of i.a. Monitoring Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, LIBE and AFCO Commissions of the European Parliament, OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, Venice Commission and the United States Department of State.
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