Roman Gąszczyk is involved in the process of managing Polish Operational Programme for Environment and Infrastructure 2014-2020 (among others) which is the second biggest (in terms of funds allocated to it) operational programme in the history of the European Union.
His expertise also comprises handling the cases connected with regulations concerning EU funded infrastructural projects (state aid, environmental impact assessment and other legal aspects).”
Legal expert, Managing Authority, Polish Governmental Administration, Warsaw, Poland
Roman Gąszczyk has graduated in law at the University of Warsaw (UW). Moreover, he has graduated from the Center for American Law Studies (operating as joint academic venture between UW and the University of Florida Frederic G. Levin College of Law) as well as the National School of Public Administration (Warsaw, Poland). He served an internship at the Permanent Representation of Poland to the EU in Brussels.
On a regular basis he writes papers and hold presentations for professional audiences on various topics dealing with state aid and legal terminology.
He wrote nearly 40 publications (including one book) on state aid, legal aspects of waste and waste water management, civil law, legal terminology and comparative law.