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Marta Kądziołka

Junior Associate | Warsaw

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Marta joined B2RLaw in March 2020.

Thanks to taking studies at the University of Bonn and the University of Passau and also at German Law School at the University of Warsaw, she speaks fluent German and possesses a broad knowledge of the German legal system.

She gained all of her current experience during work in international law offices and the Compliance Unit of a public company from the energy industry.

Corporate Advisory | Commercial Law | Employment | Data Protection | Retail & Franchising

Marta’s experience up to date has focused on ongoing customer service, including corporate matters, as well as employment and personal data protection. Additionally, Marta provides services to German-speaking clients of B2RLaw as part of the German desk.

While working in the compliance unit of a public company, Marta was responsible for preparing formal letters and documentation for the needs of the unit, she supported the team in implementing new procedures, developing a risk map, issuing opinions and developing internal regulations, as well as reviewing applications submitted to the board meetings.

Marta also has experience in respect to advising on franchising.

Corporate & Commercial Litigation | Competition Litigation

At B2RLaw, Marta supports the litigation team where she is responsible, among others, for legal advisory and drafting of pleadings. Marta is actively involved in the work of teams of corporate disputes and unfair competition.


QUALIFICATION Advocate’s trainee
LANGUAGE English, German
EDUCATION - The Warsaw Bar Association, Advocate Training (since 2020)
- University of Warsaw, German Law School (2018)
- The University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany, Erasmus LLP Program, (2016)
- The University of Passau, Passau, Germany, Summer German Law School, DAAD Scholarship (2016)
- University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law and Administration, Master of Law (2018)


  • She took part in the preparation of publication about regulations in the Polish franchise law. The publication was written in English for the needs of an international franchise association.
  • She was a member of a team advising a medical device manufacturer on entering the Polish market.
  • She was supporting a team involved in developing a risk map for a public company.

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