Szymon Pawłowski is a Deputy Head of the Institute of International Law, European Union Law and International Relations and Associate Professor at the Chair of Diplomatic Law and Public Diplomacy at the Law Faculty of University of Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski. He teaches and researches in the areas of international public law, constitutional law esp. european monetary union, central banks regulation, financial market supervision, investment dispute settelment. He was visiting Professor at Faculty of Law of the University of Osnabrueck (Germany; polnisches Recht: Teil Verfasssugsrecht 2015; 2016; Europäische Verfassungsvergleichung: Teil: Polen 2016 ); University of Cologne (Germany; polnische Rechtsterminologie; 2014, 2016); University of Yalova (Turkey, Polish Constitutional Law and EU-law; basic; 2015). Previously he was a Associate Professor at the Chair of Constitutional Law at the Faculty of Law of the Univestity Gdańsk. In 2008 he was awarded a Doctor's degree. For his dissertation ‘The European System of Central Banks in the constitutional structure of public authority of the European Community, Poland and Germany’ (dissertation supervisor: prof. Andrzej Szmyt, Reviewers: prof. Krzysztof Wójtowicz, prof. Marek Zubik) he received a prize in the competition “Polish Challenges: State – Identity – Development” for the best doctoral dissertation awarded by the President of the Republic of Poland. He also worked for a Chancelly of the Sejm (Parliament), where he drew up the opinions of the Sejm in the procedeedings before the Polish Constitutional Tribunal. At present time he works at the Polisch Financial Supervision Authority as an expert on banking regulation and supervision.

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