Dr Wojciech Lewandowski

Department of European Law

Assistant Professor
email: w.lewandowski@inp.pan.pl

Dr. Wojciech Lewandowski has been employed at the Department of European Law at the Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences as an assistant professor since July 2023; previously, he served as a research assistant since November 2018. In June 2022, he defended his doctoral thesis entitled “The Scope of European Union Competition Law’s Intervention in the Autonomy of Self-Regulatory Federations” at the Institute under the supervision of Professor Monika Szwarc.

He is an author of publications in indexed and peer-reviewed journals in English and Polish, including the Utrecht Law Review, Tilburg Law Review, Państwo i Prawo, and the European Court Review. He regularly participates in international scientific conferences. His research interests include sustainable development law in the EU, competition law in sports, internal market law in digital markets, as well as the application of fundamental rights in the EU legal order. Since November 2018, he has been conducting a research project at the Department of European Law at the Institute of Law Studies PAS as part of the grant UMO-2017/27/B/HS5/02073 “Freedom of Service Provision in the Sharing Economy Model – Regulatory Challenges in the European Union Internal Market” under the supervision of Professor Monika Szwarc.

He graduated in law from the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw. From 2018 to 2022, he served as the secretary of the Scientific Council of the ILS PAS. He was a two-time DAAD scholarship holder (research stays at the University of Bonn and the Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy in Munich).

Since March 2023, he has been an Associate in the Climate Strategy Delivery department at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, responsible for supporting green economic transformation in the Bank’s operations in Poland. From April to December 2023, he chaired the Working Group on Green Bond Market Development within the Polish Sustainable Finance Platform. Previously, he worked at the think tank WiseEuropa, where he coordinated research projects on EU political processes, implementation of EU policies at the national level, sustainable finance agenda, industrial and trade policies, as well as Ukraine’s reconstruction and support for the EU accession process after the war. He gained experience as an EU public policy expert, especially in industrial, climate, and economic policy, at the Department of European Affairs at the Ministry of Development and Technology from 2019 to 2021.