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Kaja Kowalczewska

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Kaja Kowalczewska

Dr Kaja Kowalczewska is Assistant Professor at Digital Justice Center.

Kaja received her first master’s degree in law from Jagiellonian University of Krakow. During these master studies she gained international experience at the University of Montpellier 1 in France (Erasmus+) and at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (Vienna) in Austria (Erasmus + internship). At the same time, Kaja graduated from the School of French Law, completed Master II professionnel in French and International Business Law at the University of Orléans in France, which finished with the internship at the French National Court of Asylum (CNDA) in Montreuil, France.

She continued studies in France at the Panthéon-Assas University in Paris and was awarded the title of Master II recherche in International Private and Business Law. In 2013 she was awarded the title of Master of Arts in European Interdisciplinary Studies at the College of Europe, Natolin Campus (full scholarship by European Commission).

In 2012, Kaja started her doctoral studies at the Jagiellonian University and was awarded three year-long grant from National Science Centre (PRELUDIUM) and scholarship (ETIUDA) to research the legality of lethal autonomous weapon systems. In 2017 she spent three months in the Program on Regulating Emerging Military Technologies at the University of Melbourne (Australia). In December 2018 Kaja defended her PhD dissertation entitled ‘Lethal systems with progressive autonomy – an international legal analysis’. For her dissertation she was awarded the first prize in the XXII edition of the Prof. Remigiusz Bierzanek competition organized by Polish Red Cross and Ministry of Education “Excellent Science” scholarship.

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Throughout her academic career she taught inter alia courses in public international law, international humanitarian law, human rights law and EU law. She was also an expert of MCDC NATO-ACT program ‘Counter Unmanned Autonomous Systems: Priorities. Policy. Future Capabilities’.

Her research is focused on the impact of new (also disruptive) technologies on public international law, international humanitarian law, international criminal law and human rights law.

Her dream job (apart from research) is to be paid for listening to the music she enjoys.

List of her publications as a member of Digital Justice Center: https://prawo.uni.wroc.pl/user/45237

ORCID: orcid.org/0000-0002-9799-9150

Project of the Wrocław University Development Program of the European Social Fund 2018-2022 "Project of the Integrated Development Program of the Wrocław Social Fund

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