Aleksandra graduated the Jagiellonian University in Krakow with an MA in Law in 2017, and is currently an advocate trainee at the District Bar Association in Kraków. During her studies, apart from her student activity, Aleksandra was also a member of the European Youth Parliament – an independent, and one of the largest political debate and educational platforms in the world, involving over 30 European countries. Initially, Aleksandra represented Poland as a delegate, and then served in the governing body of the European Youth Parliament Poland as the Vice President of the Board.
She earned her professional experience by practicing at renowned Krakow and Warsaw law firms and participating in prestigious European law programs organized by the European Youth Parliament in cooperation with the European Parliament, led by some of the most renown politicians such as Martin Schulz.
Aleksandra specializes in servicing the court litigation sector. In the course of her career, she gained experience in the field of criminal, civil and administrative proceedings, as well as the procedures and functioning of European Union bodies.
Languages: Polish, English, German.
Education: Jagiellonian University (Master of Law, 2017), District Bar Association in Kraków (advocate trainee)