Attorney-at-law specialising in sustainability law.
Malwina has seven years of experience in legal and regulatory advisory for large companies and utilities, such as electricity and gas suppliers, rail infrastructure operators, and postal companies. As a hearing officer at the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities, she was involved in the proceeding for approval of power purchase agreements for electricity generated at an offshore wind farm. Her work experience includes advisory services for telecommunications companies and the Office of Electronic Communications in Poland.
Her professional interests focus on legal aspects of energy and economic transition for combating climate change, in particular with the use of renewable energy, voluntary carbon markets and sustainability reporting.
Malwina is a graduate of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland (master of laws) and Boston University School of Law (LL.M.). She is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts, New York and Poland. In addition to her legal education, Malwina expanded her understanding of renewable energy through a course on the design of renewable energy projects at Harvard Extension School in Cambridge.