Artur Pietryka

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Artur Pietryka

Artur Pietryka


Support for clients in commercial criminal matters

Dr Artur Pietryka has experience conducting criminal proceedings, particularly in cases involving economic offences and corporate entities. He also handles cases involving personal and moral rights.

He has successfully represented clients in proceedings before the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.

He actively handles pro bono matters, including for the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights and the Panoptykon Foundation.

He joined Wardyński & Partners in 2018.

Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw (2009), where he has completed a doctorate in criminal procedure, devoted to procedural aspects of rape prosecutions

Warsaw Bar Chamber

Human Rights Committee, Polish Bar Council (vice chair)

“How do prosecutors “look after” corporate funds? ” (co-author), 2022 Yearbook

“Penalisation of the reverse distribution chain for drugs in Poland,” (co-author) In Principle. Legal Studies and Analyses, 2020 vol. 1

B. Grabowska & A. Pietryka, Human rights and the secret services, police and treasury services (Warsaw: Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights, 2016)

A. Grochowska & A. Pietryka, “Means of communications for obtaining information about citizens: Demands for legislative precision,” in Modern communications and data-transmission systems for security: Opportunities and threats (Warsaw: Wolters Kluwer Polska, 2013)

P. Kładoczny & A. Pietryka, “Police entrapment as a defence against criminal liability under the case law of the Strasbourg court: Demands for Polish regulation,” Legislative Council, Przegląd Legislacyjny no. 2/2013

P. Kładoczny, A. Pietryka, B. Grabowska & M. Bernatt, Complaint for overlengthy proceedings: Commentary on the Act on the Complaint for Violation of the Party’s Right to Hearing of a Case without Undue Delay in Preliminary Proceedings Conducted or Supervised by the Prosecutor and in Judicial Proceedings (Warsaw: Difin, 2010)

The Legal 500 EMEA (2020 – 2024), White-Collar Crime