In 2006 she graduated with distinction in law at the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Lodz. She also defended with distinction her Master’s thesis entitled The Right in Community Trademark Registration at the Chair of European Economic Law. In 2007 she commenced her PhD studies at at the Centre for Industrial Property Law at the Chair of Economic and Commercial Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Lodz. She has been working as Assistant Lecturer at this Faculty since 1.1.2011.
In 2004 she studied at the University of Mannheim as part of Erasmus Programme.
In 2007 she was on a half-year placement at the The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Trade (External Relations), the unit responsible for intellectual property and new technologies.
She graduated from the School of French Law organised by the University of Lodz in cooperation with the University of Tours, as well as the post-graduate studies on Industrial Property Law at the University of Warsaw, and both the 1st and 2nd degree sessions of comparative law at the Faculté Internationale de Droit Comparé in Strasbourg. Additionally, she participated in one-month workshops on the Management of Intellectual Property organised by Stanford Center for Professional Development at Stanford University.
The author of publications on the law of intellectual property (among others “The term ’employee’s invention’ vs. the Act on Industrial Property”, PPH no. 8/2009; “The Use of a Trading Name as a Misleading Designation of an Enterprise” PPH no. 8/2010; “The Legal Character of an Advertising Slogan and Its Protection in Advertising. Legal Aspects”, ed. M. Namysłowska, Wolters Kluwer 2012).