Assistant Professor at Department of National Security of the Jagiellonian University
MA in political sciences, Jagiellonian University (2010)
MA in legal sciences, Jagiellonian University (2021)
PhD in social sciences, discipline: political sciences, Jagiellonian University (2015)
2017 – 3rd Class Rector’s Individual Award for Academic Excellence, Rector of the Jagiellonian University
2018 – 3rd Class Rector’s Individual Award for Organizational Achievements, Rector of the Jagiellonian University
intelligence studies; constitutional mandates of intelligence services; criminal intelligence.
constitutional law; human rights; criminal justice system, state surveillance.
Surveillance policies after Swnoden
Constitutional status Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution in Germany
Selected publications in English:
Constitutional status of Polish intelligence services since 1989 - the intelligence vs. the police, „Politeja” 2017, nr 5
Intelligence Control and Oversight in Poland since 1989, „The International Journal of Intelligence, Security and Public Affairs” 2018, nr 3
Surveillance Powers of Law Enforcement and Intelligence Services in Poland [in:] A. Gruszczak (ed.), Security Outlook 2018, Księgarnia Akademicka, Kraków 2019
Overseeing Surveillance Powers - The Cases of Poland and Slovakia, "The Policy of National Security" 2020, nr 1 (18)
Participation in scientific conferences
16-17.11.2018 r. Freie Universität Berlin, Workshop Trust and Transparency in an Age of Surveillance, wygłoszony referat pt. Polish Surveillance Policies After Snowden Between Transparency and Secrecy
27-30.03.2019 ISA Annual Convention in Toronto, the Paper "Surveillance by Law-enforcement and Intelligence Services: Fundamental Rights Safeguards in Poland"
4-7.09.2019, Uniwersytet Wrocławski, ECPR General Conference in Wrocław, the Paper “Overseeing surveillance powers – the cases of Poland and Slovakia”
30.09-1.10.2019, Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Workshop Trust and Transparency in an Age of Surveillance, the Paper “Polish Surveillance Policies After Snowden Between Transparency and Secrecy”