Centrum Doskonałości Jeana Monneta

Krzysztof J. Jankowski

Krzysztof Jerzy Jankowski is a Trainee Att. at Law specializing in law of new technologies, IP, European Union law as well as in contract and corporate law. He is an alumni of law studies at Faculty of Law, Administration and Economy of University of Wrocław. Due to a received scholarship he studied also at Universita’ degli Studi di Verona in the academic year 2010/2011. In 2013 he defended a master thesis “Direct Taxation of Corporate Incomes In The European Union Law”. Currently, he is enrolled into PhD studies at Chair of International and European Law at University of Wrocław. His academic interests include IP law, law of new technologies, EU law, human rights as well as contract and corporate law. He is also currently enrolled into LL.M. with concentration in Law and Technology program at University of Ottawa.

Krzysztof is a recipient of Edward Barry McDougall Memorial Scholarship for Graduate Studies in Law. As a student, he participated in ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition in Paris and in Foreign Direct Investments Moot Court Competition in London. He is a member of State Alumni Association due to participation in Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellows Initiative. He graduated Winter School of Tertio Millenio Institute, Summer School on Arbitration and Mediation organized by Universita’ degli Studi di Milano and Humanity in Action Fellowship.

As a Teaching Assistant he conducts classes of international public law and the European Union law. Privately, Krzysztof is an enthusiast of theater, trekking and definitely non-all-inclusive travelling.

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/KJJankowski



Teaching materials (All materials are provided for personal educational purposes only. All rights reserved):

  1. 10.2015_Harmonogram zajęć PMP_2_3_4 grupa_II_SNP(W)
  2. 10.2015_Harmonogram zajęć PIL_1_2_grupa_II_SSP
  3. Draft Articles on Responsability of States
  4. Źrodła PMP_wstęp
  5. Sources of international law