Łukasz Stępkowski is the author of twenty academic papers on European Union law and has delivered over twenty academic conference lectures home and abroad. Łukasz Stępkowski is a teaching fellow and Ph.D. candidate at Wrocław University of Administration and Economics at the International and EU law department. He teaches many classes in English, including such topics as ‘The Introduction to EU State Aid Law’ and ‘Antitrust Law’. His Ph.D. thesis is entitled ‘Procedural rights of an undertaking within the scope of EU law on State aid’.
Professionally, Łukasz Stępkowski handles ongoing legal proceedings. This includes drafting written submissions in administrative, civil and criminal cases as well as judicial review applications. Additionally, Łukasz Stępkowski submits applications and undertakes proceedings before the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. Furthermore, his academic expertise in EU State aid law means he can offer consultation and legal advice in this area.
Łukasz Stępkowski is also the head of a research grant entitled ‘Legal situation of an undertaking in the law of the European Union on State Aid’, financed by the National Science Centre under the Preludium 9 project. His full academic works can be found at https://prawo.uni.wroc.pl/user/13256.
Łukasz Stępkowski is also a Polish/English certified translator (reg no. TP/32/17).
Selected academic works available on-line