Specialises in the law of criminal proceedings, in particular in the European Union, proceedings involving illegal evidence and personal data protection (GDPR).
In her professional practice, she has been drawing up e.g. legal opinions on minimising the risk of penal liability due to mistakes made in the course of procedures for the award of public contracts. She has been providing legal assistance for a.o. a foreign law firm operating on the international market.
Authored publications on the law of criminal proceedings, including on the scope of impact of law enforcement agencies on the course of criminal proceedings. Majored in law at the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. In May 2016, having defended her thesis entitled “Mutual admissibility of evidence in criminal matters in the EU. A study of telephone tapping and house search”, she was awarded the title of Ph.D. in juridical science (speciality: law). Pursues her academic career in the Chair of Criminal Procedure at the Faculty of Law and Administration, Adam Mickiewicz University and the Institute for International Research on Criminal Policy (Belgium). Gives classes on the law of criminal proceedings for law students at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. As of 2012 she has been cooperating with law firms and research institutes which focus mainly on cross-border proceedings.