Wojciech Jasiński, Ph.D., habilitation in law, works as an Assistant Professor at the Digital Justice Center at the University of Wrocław (Poland) and as a Member of the Research and Analyses Bureau of the Polish Supreme Court. He is also a Member of the Legal Expert Group of Stefan Batory Foundation, one of the leading Polish NGOs.
Wojciech Jasiński was awarded a French Government Scholarship (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) and a Minister of Science and Higher Education Scholarship for Outstanding Young Researchers. He participated both as a leader and a member of research team in several national and international scientific projects including ‘Compensation for Wrongful Deprivation of Liberty. Theory and Practice’ funded by the Polish National Science Centre and “Knowledge, Advisory and Capacity Building Information Tool for Criminal Procedural Rights in Judicial Cooperation” (CROSSJUSTICE) funded by the EU.
Wojciech publishes in Polish and English on various aspects of criminal procedure, law of evidence and human rights in criminal proceedings. His habilitation book regarding illegally obtained evidence in criminal proceedings was awarded first prize in the Competition for the most useful law book for the judicial system’s practice in 2019 organized by Wolters Kluwer Poland.
Apart from being a researcher and an academic teacher Wojciech is also an enthusiast of basketball, black metal, cinema, travel and Asian cuisine.
Full list of publications: https://prawo.uni.wroc.pl/user/12073