I always wanted to do something meaningful and now, thanks to ClientEarth I can not only use my legal skills to address environmental issues, but also be part of the ecology movement and bring about changes I want to see in the world.

Agata Szafraniuk

Lawyer/Adwokat, Biodiversity

Agata works as a lawyer in Biodiversity Programme in our Warsaw office.

Agata joined ClientEarth in October 2014. Before joining ClientEarth Agata worked as a lawyer in Office of Competition and Consumer Protection in Warsaw. She holds a master’s degree in law from Warsaw University, studied at University of Lisbon and finished a postgraduate program in intellectual property rights at the Warsaw University.

She is a qualified as advocate (adwokat) in Poland.

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