Before graduation, Bartłomiej was involved in providing legal aid under the aegis of the Faculty of Law and Administration Law Clinic and later worked as the assistant to the coordinator of the Clinic’s civil law section. He also completed an internship at a major commercial bank in Poland and worked as a lawyer of the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights.
He specialises in liability cases, including those involving business owners’ liability for damage caused by employees and contractors hired under non-employment contracts and cases involving liability for a failure to perform or properly perform a contract as well as liability for damage caused by the exercise of public authority. Bartłomiej also specialises in re-privatisation cases, including those related to Warsaw properties, land nationalised under the decree on the agricultural reform and compensation for the property left behind the Bug River, and personal interests cases, including claims for non-economic damages for medical malpractice). His professional experience also covers other areas of civil and administrative law (such as property law, banking law and corporate disputes) and criminal law.
Bartłomiej Ostrzechowski is the author of papers on liability for damage, which were published in top Polish legal and academic journals.
She has an excellent command of English.