Michał Krotoszyński PhD | Legal advisor
Michał Krotoszyński is an associate of the Media Law Firm, a doctorate in law at the Law and Administration Faculty, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan (PhD dissertation: “Models of Transitional Justice”), a legal advisor, and a university lecturer. His fields of expertise include, among others, telecommunications law, healthcare law, and constitutional law. In his academic work, Mr Krotoszyński focuses on transitional justice, and theory and philosophy of law.
He is an academic at the Department of Theory and Philosophy of Law, the Faculty of Law and Administration, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. He lectures on jurisprudence, theory and philosophy of law and logic in the field of law, administration, management, and law in business. In 2010 he completed the General Course on Intellectual Property at the World Intellectual Property Organisation.
He runs his own law firm specialising in healthcare law.
• involved in successful proceedings before the President of the OEC with respect to access of telecommunications undertakings to real estate properties to provide telecommunication, and in successful negotiations with real estate holders on the same;
• numerous speeches at national and international conferences and publications, most notably about transitional justice, theory and philosophy of law and healthcare law;
• trained telecommunications companies in access to real estate and telecommunications infrastructure;
• shares his knowledge and professional experience with students;
• member of a legislative team that effectively implemented amendments to telecommunications law, most notably the Act on Supporting the Development of Telecommunications Services and Networks and the Act on Freedom of Business Activity.
Professional motto: “There’s nothing more practical than a good theory.”
Language: English (CPE).
Hobby: non-fiction books, Asian cuisine, jogging.