Sebastian Zieliński is a trainee advocate and an associate in the dispute resolution department of Rymarz Zdort.
He graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw in 2016, from the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences and Resocialisation of the University of Warsaw in 2014 and from the Centre for Studies in Local Government and Development of the University of Warsaw in 2012. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate, specialising in corporate crimes, at the Faculty of Law of the University of Białystok. He has received scholarships from the University of Warsaw and the University of Białystok for his outstanding academic achievements. Sebastian was granted an award by the Head of the Internal Security Agency of the Republic of Poland in recognition of his master’s thesis titled The concept of white-collar criminality in Poland in the context of bid rigging. He has also authored several publications on white-collar crime and human rights issues. Prior to joining Rymarz Zdort, formerly known as Weil, Gotshal & Manges – Paweł Rymarz sp.k., in 2018, he worked in the litigation team of a leading law firm in Warsaw.
A specialist in criminal cases, in particular with regard to white-collar crime, he has experience in both acting for injured parties and in defending those charged with wrongdoing in connection with their business activities.