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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland
  • AMBASSADOR

  • JACEK IZYDORCZYK

    Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Poland to Japan

     

     

    Jacek Izydorczyk (born in 1972); Professor of Law at the University of Lodz, attorney-at-law. Nominated by the President of the Republic of Poland to the post of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Poland to Japan on February 9, 2017. On May 24, 2017 presented the credentials to His Majesty Emperor Akihito.

     

    History of career and scientific achievements: study of law (Faculty of Law, University of Lodz: 1991-1996); Master of Law (1996); PhD of Law (2000); judge’s legal training (2002-2005); judge’s national exam (2005); scientific scholarship in Japan (Kyushu University: 2005-2007); post-doctoral degree in law (2011); Professor of Law at the University of Lodz (2011); disciplinary prosecutor for academic staff at the University of Lodz (2012); Head of Department of Special Criminal Proceedings at the University of Lodz (2013). His scientific and didactic career has been focused on criminal law and criminal proceedings, criminology, fiscal penal law, misdemeanor law, international law and international criminal proceedings, comparative law. He has over 100 scientific publications to his name, including books and articles, articles in English and in Japanese (he has published in Japan as well). Author of monographs as: „The detention pending trial in Polish criminal proceedings” (Zakamycze 2002), "Hanzai – it means crime. Prosecution of crimes and white-collar-crimes in Japan" (Wolters Kluwer 2008), "The boundaries of jurisdiction of the court of appeal in Polish criminal proceedings” (University of Lodz 2010).

     

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