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Agata is a fourth year PhD researcher working on the intersection of legal philosophy and European Union law. Her thesis deals with the application of deliberative democracy theory to the mechanism of European Citizens’ Initiative. Her research interests include: democratic theory; deliberative democracy; democratic innovation; civic participation; rule of law and EU constitutional law.

In 2018 she obtained her Bachelor Degree in Law (LLB) from the University of Lancaster in England and in 2019 a Master of Law Degree (LLM) in EU Law from the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. In 2018 she worked as a trainee in the Polish Representation of the European Commission in Warsaw. In the acedmic year 2021/22 she worked as a Research Associate in the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute, working on the campaign promoting research conducted at the EUI in light of the Conference on the Future of Europe (CoFE). She also worked as a note-taker during the CoFE citizens’ panel taking place in Florence in December 2021.