Public administration and local government, including damages for erroneous decisions by public authorities
Dr Magdalena Niziołek handles public law matters, including administrative law, proceedings before administrative agencies and administrative courts, local government law and Constitutional Tribunal proceedings.
Her experience includes administrative and judicial proceedings concerning sports law licences and decisions pertaining to infrastructure projects (road and rail), pharmaceutical law, including marketing authorisation of medicinal products and foods, architecture and construction law, planning and building permits, permits from the Ministry of Treasury for sale of port real estate, telecommunications law, environmental law, the fishing industry, and reprivatisation of Warsaw properties and agricultural properties.
She has cooperated with Wardyński & Partners since 2006.
Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw
Member of the Warsaw Local Government Appeals Board, 1992–2006
Warsaw Bar Association of Attorneys-at-Law
“Non-binding resolutions of local government authorities,” In Principle. Legal Studies and Analyses, 2020 vol. 1
The system of urban agglomerations with a focus on Warsaw, Warsaw 2008
Independence of the judiciary and the legal professions as foundations of the rule of law: Contemporary challenges (ed. with T. Wardyński), Warsaw 2009
Ethics of public service (co-author), Warsaw 2010
Administration and public management: Science of contemporary administration (co-author), Warsaw 2014
“Right to fair administrative procedure as an element of the right to good administration,” in J. Sługocki (ed.), Ten years of experiences in the European Union: Administrative law issues, vol. 2, Wrocław 2014
“Are Warsaw districts quasi-communes? Remarks on the status of auxiliary units of the City of Warsaw,” in Public mission, community, state: Studies on law and administration (Volume in memory of Prof. Michał Kulesza), Wrocław 2016