Speaking

Academic presentations

2018

Bringing Rigour to Fundamental Rights and Principles Reasoning
, Public Law Conference, University of Melbourne
, International Society of Public Law (ICON·S) Annual Conference, Hong Kong
, Centre for Public Law, University of Cambridge
Legal Powers and Constitutional Change
, International Society of Public Law (ICON·S) Annual Conference, Hong Kong

2017

Bringing Rigour to Fundamental Rights and Principles Reasoning
, School of Law, University of Edinburgh
Constitutional Change Through Courts: When Is It Really Unconstitutional?
, International Society of Public Law (ICON·S) Annual Conference, Copenhagen
Why the Supreme Court Was Wrong in Miller?
, Seminar on the Miller judgment - the ‘constitutional case of the century’, Durham Law School, University of Durham

2016

The Rule of Recognition, the Illuminati Problem and Wicked Legal Systems
, Cambridge Doctoral Workshop in Legal Theory, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge
Metaphysics of the Rule of Recognition and the Illuminati Problem
, School of Law, University of Edinburgh
, 2016 Legal Philosophy Workshop, Queen’s University (Kingston, Canada)
Judicial Power to Disapply EU Law
, Public Law Discussion Group, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford
I Am Not Your (Founding) Father
, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong
, Symposium on Founding Moments in Constitutionalism, Yale Law School
, TC Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland
, Faculty of Law, Monash University
Pham, HS2 and Authority of the Luxembourg Court
, Oxford Doctoral Seminar on EU Law and Policy, University of Oxford

2015

Metaphysics of the Rule of Recognition and the Illuminati Problem
, Jurisprudence Discussion Group, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford
Can There Be a Legal Power to Change the Rule of Recognition?
, Cambridge Doctoral Workshop in Legal Theory, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge
, Jurisprudence Discussion Group, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford
Unconstitutional Constitutional Change
, Constitutional Studies Seminar, Department of Politics, University of Oxford

2014

The Pitfalls of “Law Office” History: An Example from American Constitutional Interpretation
, History and the Law, Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge
Enforced Economic Solidarity in the EU: Institutional Implications
, The Scope of Justice in post-Crisis Europe, King’s College London
Unconstitutional Constitutional Change
, Jurisprudence Discussion Group, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford

2013

Who Made the United States Constitution?
, Oxford-Harvard-Edinburgh Legal Philosophy Colloquium, University College, University of Oxford
, Constitutional Studies Discussion Group, Department of Politics, University of Oxford

Media appearances

The following does not include appearances in Polish listed elsewhere.

2016

Live commentary from the UK Supreme Court on the Miller case (Brexit / Article 50)
, BBC News video clip

Public engagement

2018

AI and ethics in the loyalty industry coming soon
, Loyalty Summit, London WWW
The right to unplug. Dignity, privacy, and new technologies coming soon
, Warsaw (Poland)

about

I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Public Law and Legal Theory at the University of Surrey School of Law, a member of the Surrey Centre for Law and Philosophy, and a Research Associate of the University of Oxford Programme for the Foundations of Law and Constitutional Government.

Contact

  • The School of Law, University of Surrey, Guildford GU2 7XH, United Kingdom
  • mikolaj.barczentewicz[to-delete]@law[to-delete].ox.ac.uk

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