Since 2016 Kevin has been studying law at Warsaw University, Department of Law and Administration; in 2021 he intends to complete a master thesis on the EU law.
In 2016 Kevin graduated from King’s College London, having studied history and having been awarded the degree of Bachelor of Arts in History. The same year, he was awarded the degree of Associate of King’s College, having completed an additional course in philosophy, ethics and history of religion.
Kevin specialises in commercial law and in civil law in the broad sense. Thanks to the tasks entrusted to him, he has a practical know-how in civil and administrative procedures, as well as in drawing up contracts and resolving disputes. He is also interested in the EU law, and that interest lies behind his choice of a master thesis topic.
Kevin has been working at Peter Nielsen & Partners Law Office since 2018. He is a member of the Innovation Team operating at PNP and concentrating on searching and implementing latest technological solutions to improve lawyers’ work.
"Constitutional Interregnum. Transformations of Legal Orders”, co-author, PWE 2019