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The Łazarski University Faculty of Law and Administration is the best law faculty among private universities in Poland.

Wydział Prawa i Administracji

Its quality has been confirmed for years by its positions in major rankings:

  • 1st place among private universities in the 11th ranking of law faculties prepared by "Dziennik Gazeta Prawna"

The faculty received a special award for private universities at the 10th anniversary of the law faculty ranking prepared by "Dziennik Gazeta Prawna".

Under the decision of the Polish Accreditation Committee, the law major at the Łazarski University was one of five in Poland to receive a distinction, the highest grade possible, thanks to receiving top marks in all the quality criteria adopted by the PAC.
Since 2006, the Faculty has been licensed to award the academic degree of doctor of law. The Łazarski University was the first private university to receive such license.

Since 27 June 2016, the Faculty has been licensed to award the academic title of doctor habilitatus in jurisprudence in the field of law.

The Faculty of Law and Administration owes its high position in the academic world not only to its consistently pursued strategy but, above all, to distinguished faculty members. Our lecturers include, among others: Judge Jerzy Stępień,  Professor Adam Olejniczak, PhD habil., Professor Brunon Hołyst, PhD habil., and Assistant Professor Robert Gwiazdowski, PhD habil. 

 

Outstanding academics are conducting innovative research translating into establishing new niche specialisations. The last five years of the Faculty’s operation featured conducting 1,079 research projects, publishing 870 academic studies, and organising 123 conferences.
Modern teaching methods and extensive international exchange programme are an important element of the strategy adopted by the Faculty.