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Dr hab. Arkadiusz Radwan

Arkadiusz Radwan – Doctor habil. of Law (Jagiellonian), PhD (Jagiellonian), LLM (FSU Jena), President of the Kraków-based ALLERHAND INSTITUTE of Advanced Legal Studies, Professor at Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Professor at University of Social Sciences in Łódź, Co-Director of Center for Company Law & Corporate Governance at Babeș Bolyai University of Cluj, member of Advisory Board of Center for European Company Law (CECL) led by Leiden University, member of the Editorial Board of European Company Law (Kluwer Law International), founding Director of Centrum C-Law.org, Attorney-at-Law (adwokat) admitted to the Bar in Poland and affiliated with Kubas Kos Gałkowski. Guest lecturer or visiting professor at various foreign universities, including: Rome (LUISS), Cluj (UBB), Kaunas (VMU). Chongqing (SWUPL), St. Pölten (FHH), Ternopil (ТНЕУ), Lvov (ЛНУІФ). Previously postdoc at the University of Hamburg, Hauser research scholar at NYU School of Law, and assistant professor at the Kraków University of Economics and at Jagiellonian University. Study or research stays among others in: Bonn, Cologne, Ghent, Kiel, and Munich. Frequent speaker at international conferences and public hearings representing Poland in debates, expert groups, studies and consultations related to company law and corporate governance. European Parliament’s company law expert from 2010 through 2014 and again from 2016. In 2013, Member of a working group that elaborated a draft proposal for a European SUP-Directive (Societas Unius Personae – single-member company). 2014-2017 member of ICLEG – an expert group established by the European Commission to with a mandate to work on the company law reform in EU. 2013-2015 member of the ministerial Expert Group for Amicable Settlement of Commercial Disputes, as of 2015 member of the Expert Group on Economic Law, as of 2016 member of the Expert Group on Simple Joint-Stock Company. 2016-2017 Leader of a team appointed by Poland’s Minister of Science and Higher Education to elaborate a reform of Polish academia. Personally and institutionally involved in the law reform process in transitional economies (Ukraine and Moldova). In 2014, team leader of a study project commissioned by the EU Delegation in Kiev to assess the approximation level of Ukrainian company law to EU standards and practices – an undertaking to provide recommendations on company law reform in Ukraine. “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna”, a leading Polish business daily, included Arkadiusz Radwan on their list of “50 Most Influential Lawyers in Poland” (ranked 24th in the 2013 edition, and 40th in the 2015 edition). The ranking features leaders and change-makers from: the government, judiciary, policy-making, academia, bar, legal services, and civic society. More at ArkadiuszRadwan.pl

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