Research theme


Much of my current research—especially within the legal technology theme—involves coding (computer programming). Over the past two years I’ve been developing an innovative approach to studying how United Kingdom law works in practice with the help of software I code specifically for my research (see the legal technology theme).

Currently, I mostly use Rust, Python, and JavaScript. I occasionally use R for data visualization (with ggplot2).

I started coding professionally as a teenager in mid-2000s, focusing on web technologies like (X)HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and to a lesser extent Java. I retained an interest in the back-end side of technology while working as a junior lawyer. At DZP, the leading Polish law firm, I put my skills to use developing an online platform serving productized legal advisory to pharmacies. I was also involved in an early attempt to use machine learning for compliance audits in the life sciences industry.

This website

I built this website using Hugo and the Academic theme for Hugo, which I customized quite significantly. The design is a result of my collaboration with my sister.

The website’s code is hosted on GitHub and deployed through Netlify.

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