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Janusz Buszkowski, Lawyer, Climate and Energy, ClientEarth

Janusz Buszkowski

Lawyer, Climate and Energy

Janusz Buszkowski joined ClientEarth’s Warsaw office in August 2018.

Before joining the ClientEarth he worked at the Polish Ministry of Investment and Economic Development, where he specialised in the construction law and participated in the legislative process.

Janusz holds a master’s degree in law from the Warsaw University, he also graduated from the Center for American Law Studies – a joint initiative of the Warsaw University and the University of Florida. He obtained professional experience in the biggest Polish Bank PKO BP and in Polish and international law firms.

Janusz is a member of the Warsaw Bar Association.

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