Dagmara Dragan. Associate.
Ms. Dragan graduated from the Faculty of Law of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and is currently a PhD candidate pursuing her research at the Administrative and Administrative Court Procedure Department at her alma mater. She has completed a post-graduate programme in German law at Schule Des Deutschen Rechts. Her interests focus on administrative law, with special emphasis on energy and environmental protection law. Additionally, Ms. Dragan offers advisory on personal data protection.
Previously she worked with a law firm advising businesses in the energy sector and for a state-owned corporation of strategic importance for the energy security of the state. She has worked on drafting legal analyses of ongoing issues and changes affecting the operation of energy corporations, from gas storage and electromobility to the implementation of MIFID II in the energy sector. What is more, she has been involved in the development of Low Emission Economy Plans for communes. Ms. Dragan also interned in the Public Procurement Department of the Poznań City Hall. Her MA dissertation, entitled “The specificity of environmental permitting procedure applicable to energy infrastructure investments”, was awarded the 1st prize in the competition for the best Masters’ dissertation organised by the Supreme Administrative Court. She has won the National Environmental Protection Law Competition organised by the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Białystok and made it twice to the finals of the National Public Business Law Competition hosted by Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin. An alumna of the Energy Academy organised by the Lesław Paga Foundation, she authored many publications on energy and administrative law and organised academic events dedicated to these issues.
Ms. Dragan speaks English and German.