He studied law at the University of Wrocław. During his studies, he was the vice-chairman and then the chairman of the Students' Scientific Circle, Law, Society, Culture, and he was also active in research in many other scientific circles. He collaborated with the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw for which he prepared a scientific expertise entitled "Marriage as a permanent union of a man and a woman - an analysis of selected current issues related to the deconstruction and defense of the traditional paradigm". In his scientific activity, he also raised issues related to the legal aspects of abortion. He is a member of the Polish Academic Corporation Cresovia Leopoliensis, where in the past he served as president and vice-president.