OUR TEAM

Aleksandra Nedzi-Marek

Barrister fluent in English, Bosnian and Polish

 

„Since I remember, I have always dreamed of helping people. After all, bearing the name Aleksandra (Greek: defender of people), I didn’t have much choice.”

Aleksandra Nędzi-Marek graduated from Legal Studies at the University of Silesia with the overall grade very good. After that she studied Human Rights and Democratization at the University of Bologna and the University of Sarajevo.

In that period she grasped Bosnian and the other languages of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Later on, she worked at the University of Sarajevo, as an Academic Tutor and an academic. At that time she worked as a lawyer, dealing with issues of Transitional Justice, International Criminal Law (including the procedures before International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia), human rights and International Law. Before her return to Poland, she lived in Vienna and worked for the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights. During her Barrister apprenticeship, she cooperated with renowned law offices in Cracow and Warsaw, where she learned from experienced lawyers. After passing the bar exam with very good mark, she was admitted to practice by the Cracow Regional Bar Association. From 2014 until 2016 she studied Canon Law in Cracow. Aleksandra Nędzi-Marek not only runs her own Law Firm in Cracow and Skawina, but also works all over Poland. She occasionally takes part in research projects and publishes her legal researches.  Since 2013, she has been working as a court lawyer, which gives the best guarantee of a professional solution to your legal problems.

 

Publication list:

Klaus Bachmann, Gerhard Kemp,  Irena Ristić, Jovana Mihajlović Trbovc, Ana Ljubojević, Aleksandra Nędzi-Marek, Fortunee Bayisenge, Mohammed Ali Mohammed Ahmet and Vjollca Krasniqi "Like Dust before the Wind, or, the Winds of Change? The Influence of International Criminal Tribunals on Narratives and Media Frames", International Journal of Transitional Justice, 2019, 0, 1–19,

 

Aleksandra Nędzi-Marek „ICTY trials and media frames in Republika Srpska: Plavšić and Lukić & Lukić" w: International Criminal Tribunals as Actors of Domestic Change The Impact on Media Coverage, Vol. 1, Peter Lang Publishing, 2019

 

Aleksandra Nędzi-Marek, Irena Ristić, Jagoda Gregulska, „The ICTY’s Impact on Institutional Changes in Bosnia and Herzegovina", w: International Criminal Tribunals as Actors of Domestic Change The Impact on Institutional Reform, Vol. 1, Peter Lang Publishing, 2019

 

Aleksandra Nędzi, „Reparations to the Families of Missing Persons in BiH: International and State Responses to Enforced Disappearances in Bosnia and Herzegovina”, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2013

 

Are Bosnian and Herzegovinian victims of wartime rape finally being given constructive attention?,  2012

 

What is normality anyway? Srebrenica 15 years after genocide, Sarajevo, Novi Pogledi,  Sarajevo, 2010

 

Entrenched Customs Die Hard...' Can Harmful Traditional Practices Be Justified by Cultural Relativism of Human Rights? Case Study of FGM, 2010

 

Barbara Młynarczyk

Law student fluent in Polish and English

 

Barbara Młynarczyk is a fifth-year law student at the Jagiellonian University. She attends Master's seminar in Labor Law and Social Security. She is also interested in Civil Law, Family and Guardianship Law, and Business Law. She completed apprenticeships at the District Court of Cracow, Division of Labor and Social Security Law and at the law office, in which she dealt mainly with enforcement proceedings.

 

After completing her studies, she plans to start barrister apprenticeship in Krakow.

 

 

 

adwokat@kanm.pl

 

SKAWINA

ul. 29 Listopada 4/3

/+48 / 880 377 707

 

KRAKÓW

ul. Dietla 99/4a

/+48 / 880 377 707