Magdalena Wilczyńska holds an MA in Law and Journalism from Warsaw University and an L.L.M in Human Rights from Fresh Central European University. She currently works as a legal expert in the Polish Ombudsman Office where she works on cases dealing with freedom of expression, freedom of assembly, and rule of law. Magdalena is also a Ph.D. candidate at the Polish Academy of Science where she is writing her thesis on the right to education. She is extremely passionate about human rights, civil society, and democracy and hopes to someday participate in rebuilding constitutional legal order and the rule of law in Poland.
Updated May 2020
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