Tomasz Tomczak completed law studies at the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics at the University of Wrocław as the student with the highest grade point average in the 2010-2015 group. During his studies he was a member of the student's organization (ELSA Poland), of a commercial law appreciation group and, for three years (2010-2013), he was the year's representative of full time law students.
in the academic year 2014/2015 Tomasz Tomczak studied at the Radboud University in the Netherlands. He defended there the paper “A parallel debt clause in the collective security arrangements. A comparative study of Polish and Dutch law” and thus obtained the LLM degree in the European Business Law.
In 2015 he was admitted for the PhD studies in the field of the commercial law at the University of Wrocław. During the PhD programme, Tomasz Tomczak conducted classes for students in commercial law, partnerships and corporations law (in English), consumer protection law and personal and property insurance law. He also presented papers during national and international conferences and has got more than 10 publications in the Polish nationwide legal journals.
During his studies at the University of Ottawa (2017/2018) he was a member of the Human Rights Clinic of the Human Rights Research and Education Centre at the University of Ottawa and, thanks to that, he participated as a research student for the project supporting the mandate of the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Independence of Judges and Lawyers.
In the academic year 2018/2019 he was the recipient of the Programme in European Private Law for Postgraduates therefore, he participated in one-week intensive courses at the universities of Münster, Wrocław, Cambridge and Valencia, where he delivered several oral reports and actively took part in an European Court of Justice moot competition.
Tomasz Tomczak is interested in, and devotes his professional and academic career to, Polish commercial law and private international law.
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