Bolesław Matuszewski

Lawyer, Climate and Energy

Bolesław Matuszewski joined our Warsaw office in autumn 2012 as part of the Climate and energy team.

Bolesław began his cooperation with ClientEarth in October 2012 after having passed the Polish Bar exam. Prior to this, he was employed as a commercial lawyer in the Warsaw office of Weil, Gotshal & Manges and was, more recently, a trainee advocate at Warsaw firm I&Z s.c., where he specialised in criminal, civil and administrative litigation. In 2008, he graduated summa cum laude from the Faculty of Law and Administration of Warsaw University.

Bolesław is currently a Partner at BMG Adwokaci Barański Matuszewski Grzelak spółka partnerska, a Warsaw-based law firm.

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