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COACHES 2015/2016 - 23rd edition


Malgorzata PohlMałgorzata Pohl is a lawyer and mediator in Poland, working in the Department of Civil and Private International Law at the University of Silesia, where she is preparing her Ph.D. and teaching students civil law and private international law. In the 19th edition of the Willem C. Vis Moot Competition she was awarded III Martin Domke Award for Best Individual Oralist, and was recognised as the1st Best Speakerin the European Court of Justice Moot Competitionwithin the Programme in European Private Law for Postgraduates (PEPP). Małgorzata loves sports (skiing, swimming, mountain hiking and many others) and dancing!



Natalia OtlingerNatalia Otlinger is a former team member who is now a coaching this years Vis Moot Team from University of Silesia. She participated in the Vis twice, in the 21st and 22nd editions, and found it to be the most rewarding and inspiring scientific experience of her whole legal education. What she liked most in this competition was the possibility to meet and compete with other students from very different legal backgrounds, which also having good fun. Being addicted to mooting, she also participated in the Foreign Direct Investment Moot in London in October this year. When it comes to her legal interests, she is mostly focused on civil law and international arbitration, though her master thesis concerned international banking law. In her free time, you can find her hiking in the mountains, dancing or watching football and House of cards. Go Silesia!







Szczesny KazmierczakSzczęsny Kaźmierczak is an attorney-at-law and associate in the law firm GFKK Attorneys-at-law in Katowice (Poland). A graduate of the University of Silesia in Katowice and an alumnus of the Willem C. Vis Moot (participant in the 15th edition), Szczęsny has been a friend and supporter of the Universitys Moot teams ever since. He specialises in litigation and arbitration, and has authored publications concerning arbitration, notably issues of insolvency. He co-authors a blog on international private law. Privately he is interested in science-fiction and good music




Bartosz JedryszczykBartosz Jędryszczyk is a fifth-year law student at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Silesia in Katowice and a coach of the Silesian Vis Moot team. He participated in the 21st edition of Willem C. Vis Moot and achieved an honourable mention in connection with the Frédéric Eisemann Award. Bartosz is also a previous winner of the Arbitrator's Quest competition. He gained his professional experience while working for one of the key international law firms in Austria. Bartosz offers his team enormous doses of positive energy, humour and hard work. He spends his spare time playing football or sailing and singing sea shanties in Polands Masuria lake district. Go Silesia!