Marcin Mazgaj, PhD


Legal advisor, doctor of law with a specialization in commercial law, graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University.

He is an assistant professor at the Institute of Law, Administration and Economy of the Pedagogical University of Cracow.

He also graduated in Finance and Accounting (from the Cracow University of Economics), passed legal training at the Regional Chamber of Solicitors in Cracow and the School of American Law at the faculty of the Washington’s Catholic University of America – The Columbus School of Law.

He has experience in providing legal services to large and medium-sized companies, acquired in the service of companies in the fuel sector, chains of shopping centres, as well as several major developers. Over a period of several years, he worked in one of Cracow’s biggest law firms.
In 2013, he defended his doctoral thesis prepared at the Department of Private Commercial Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Jagiellonian University in the field of corporate law, titled “Contemporary legal regime of the share capital versus alternative models of capital structure of companies”.

He has spent several months on foreign research trips, including one of Germany’s leading law universities – Bucerius Law School in Hamburg. Author of numerous scientific publications in prestigious journals and winner of numerous competitions and scholarships.

His personal interests include a passion for skiing, travel and new technologies.


Corporate law
Real estate law
Disputes and arbitration




Regional Chamber of Solicitors in Katowice, Young Arbitration Practitioners in Poland (YAPP).