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Kamila Sotomska becomes Chief Expert on Digital Economy

Warsaw, 15th September 2021


Kamila Sotomska becomes Chief Expert on Digital Economy


The Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers continues to expand its team of experts in areas of particular importance for the development of the Polish economy.

We are, therefore, proud to announce that Ms Kamila Sotomska has been appointed Chief Expert on Digital Economy of the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers.

She has authored and co-authored legislative positions, memoranda, and thematic reports, and her field of specialty revolves aroound issues related to European law. Before joining the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers, she gained experience at the Representation of the European Commission in Poland as well as in law firms and consulting companies. She graduated from the Faculty of European Law at the College of Europe in Bruges (LL.M.) and the Faculty of Comparative Law at the University of Maastricht (LL.B.).

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