dr hab. Agata Jurkowska-Gomułka

dr hab. Agata Jurkowska-Gomułka


Agata holds a doctor habilitatus degree in legal sciences (Institute of Legal Sciences at the Polish Academy of Sciences, 2014). She has gained her PhD in legal sciences at the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw.

Agata is an academic lecturer, specialising in Polish and European competition law. She lectured ia. for participants of Postgraduate Programme on Competition Law organised by the Institute of Legal Sciences at the Polish Academy of Sciences and postgraduate studies Competition Protection and Regulation in Infrastructure Sector organised by the Faculty of Management at the University of Warsaw. She has also trained Polish judges at the request of Academy of European Law (Trier) and National School of Judges and Prosecutors.

Agata is an associate member of the Centre of Antimonopoly and Regulatory Studies, as well as member of the Editorial Board of academic journals on competition law: “Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory Studies”, “online Antimonopoly and Regulatory Quarterly”.

Agata’s academic background includes a number of publications in the field of public competition law, as well as private enforcement. She is i.a. the author of the commentary to articles 6, 10, 47-49, 86 i 100  in two consecutive editions of “Commentary on the Act on Competition and Consumer Protection” (eds. T. Skoczny, C.H. Beck, Warsaw 2009 and Warsaw 2014), author of a commentary on art. 101 para. 2 and 3 and 102 in “Commentary on the Treaty establishing the European Community” (vol. 2, eds. A. Wróbel, Wolters Kluwers, Warsaw 2012) as well as the monograph “Public and private enforcement of prohibition of anticompetitive practices: in search for a balanced model of coexistence” (Academic Publisher of the Warsaw’s University Faculty of Management, Warsaw 2013).

She has participated in many various academic conferences and seminars on competition law. She has been involved in implementation of research projects, including international projects such as Competition Law: Comparative Private Enforcement & Consumer Redress in the EU (initiative completed in years 2011-2012 led by prof. B. Rodger).

Agata’s academic achievements are being referred to by Polish competition authority in its decisions as well as by courts dealing with antitrust cases.


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