Filip Rak

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Filip Rak

Filip Rak

Criminal law, litigation, antidiscrimination law, human rights

Filip Rak conducts criminal trials involving economic offences, fraud, corruption, money laundering, terrorism and cyber offences, among other matters. He has experience in complex criminal cases, including international prosecutions before the International Criminal Court in The Hague.

He represents clients in proceedings before the European Court of Human Rights.

He conducts litigation in commercial and civil matters.

In 2021–2022, at the Ombudsman’s Office, he was responsible for combatting discrimination against LGBTIQ people.

Law graduate in individual humanities studies at the University of Warsaw, where he also studied philosophy and completed the course of study at the British Law Centre in conjunction with the University of Cambridge

Pietrzak Sidor & Wspólnicy

Ombudsman’s Office

Creative Commons Polska

Centrum Cyfrowe Foundation

Warsaw Bar Chamber

“The equality principle in global supply chains: What will the proposed CSDD Directive change?”, 2023 Yearbook

The Legal 500 EMEA 2023, Private Client

23rd in ranking of most influential lawyers published by Dziennik Gazeta Prawna in 2021