• Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland




    Marcin Czepelak graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University. His doctoral dissertation on international agreements won the 2006 Prime Minister’s award for the best PhD thesis. In 2016, he was awarded habilitation on the basis of his monograph Party autonomy in the EU Private International Law published year before. He has authored a number of monographs and scholarly articles about international civil procedure, the protection of foreign investments and the law of treaties, which appeared in Polish, English and Italian. In 2012 he published International Law of Obligations of the European Union. Commentary on the Rome Regulations, which won a prize for the most useful book for the practice of court proceedings. 


    Marcin Czepelak gained experience in public administration in the Kraków Town Hall. Since 2006, he has been giving lectures on the law of international agreements, private international law and the international law of succession at the Department of Private International Law of the Jagiellonian University. He has also been associated with several international research centers, including the Max Planck Institute in Hamburg and the University of Cambridge, where he participated in several research projects. He completed numerous academic internships and postings, including at The Hague Academy of International Law.


    Ambassador Marcin Czepelak has extensive legislative expertise, gained both in Poland and abroad (European Commission and the European Parliament). 


    He speaks fluent English, French and German and has a good command of Spanish.







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