is a Max Weber Fellow at the EUI (Department of Law), and an Affiliated Fellow at the Information Society Project (Yale Law School).
His works on theory of contract law, consumer protection, and the impact of new technologies on private law. In these fields he focuses primarily on the creation of norms in online contracting, with particular regard to self-regulation and decentralization of a state’s governance tasks. He has also been working on intersections between contract law and fundamental rights, especially on the role and nature of the principle of proportionality and equal treatment in contracting.
He published several contributions on the theory of private law, consumer law, as well as the law and new technology, including two books, edited volumes and peer-reviewed articles (view SSRN and Academia.edu pages).
He was a postdoctoral fellow at both the University of Tel Aviv and the University of Wrocław, as well as a Fox International Fellow at the Yale University. He is also a Member of the Office of Studies and Analyses of the Supreme Court of Poland and and assistant professor in the Institute of Law Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences. He has received several research honors, including fellowships from the Foundation for Polish Science; the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education; and the National Science Center of Poland