TRAINEE

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Łukasz Duśko

 

An advocate trainee at the District Bar Association in Krakow

A doctoral student at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University (Criminal Law Department)

Tel. +48 12 631 07 90

e-mail: lukasz.dusko@tpg.net.pl

He has been cooperating with the TPG Law Office since 2020.

He specializes in substantive and procedural criminal law (especially in white collar crime). The cases he has been in charge of pertained, among other things, to offences against property, document fraud, business transactions. He is interested in the so-called “individual debtor crimes”.

He has also dealt with proceedings brought by the official receiver in order to obtain a finding of the juridical act’s ineffectiveness with respect to the bankruptcy estate.

Education:

Graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration in 2018 (diploma with the award of distinction, grade point average – 4.90/5)

Academic activity:

  • volunteer student at the Jagiellonian University Legal Clinic - section of criminal law (2017/2018);
  • fourth place in 5th nationwide Knowledge About Criminal Procedure Competition organized by the University in Bialystok (2017);
  • first prize winner in the University Criminal Law Competition organized at the Jagiellonian University (2017);
  • KKG scholarship for the best student - first prize winner (2016)
  • associate at the Student Research Group of Civil Law (2015/2016)
  • second place in the University Civil Law Competition organized at the Jagiellonian University (2015);
  • first prize winner in the national historical and legal Michal Sczaniecki competition (2014);
  • Associate at the Student Research Group of Logic (2013/2014)

PhD candidate at the Faculty of Law and Administration since 2018.

Languages:

Full professional knowledge of English

Case portfolio:

  • participation in criminal proceedings concerning offences such as abuse of trust, fraud, forgery, attesting to an untruth or frustration of creditors
  • forming strategies in the proceedings brought by the receiver in order to find the juridical act ineffective with respect to the bankruptcy estate
  • support in civil law proceedings.