Essential information about outlines and the main areas of activities and operation range of law firm Tomasz Snarski.
Tomasz Snarski – professional competence
Attorney Tomasz Snarski started to run his legal office in 2013. After completing the pupilage (2009-2013) in the Pomeranian Law Society, he passed the Bar Exam in 2013. Since 2007 he has worked for various legal offices, what makes him an experienced lawyer. During his apprenticeship he provided legal services for companies, as well as for individual clients, inter alia by drawing up contracts and legal opinions. Moreover, he represented both companies and individuals in courts. He also successfully defended clients in criminal cases.
Tomasz Snarski graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration in the University of Gdańsk. He obtained his diploma of Master in Law with the highest grades. He was awarded by the Rector of the Univeristy of Gdańsk for his academic achievements and his involvement in both cultural and social matters. He is also a laureate of the Red Rose Award for the best student in Tri-City and a scholar of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the President of Gdańsk and the Marshal of the Pomeranian Voivodeship. Tomasz Snarski is also an expert in the European Law; he won competitions concerning the European Union many a time.
Protection of Human Rights is one of the most significant fields in his professional development. He is an author of a petition to the European Parliament concerning the Polish minority’s rights to use their native language in Lithuania. Furthermore, he co-operates with non-governmental organizations acting on behalf of Human Rights.
It is worth mentioning that Tomasz Snarski was a trainee in the Senate Office of Legislative Counsel of the Republic of Poland, where he gained valuable skills concerning the legislative process and principles of stating law.
Apart from being an attorney, Tomasz Snarski is also a university lecturer on the University of Gdańsk (Faculty of Law and Administration, Department of Substantive Penal Law and Criminology). He was admitted into a PhD program in 2013.
Additionally, he is an author or co-author of over a hundred publications, including the Vademecum of Social Studies for high schools and the Review of the Criminal Law for students. He is also a co-author of one of the entries concerning the prisoners’ rights in the prestigious, international publisher: The Encyclopedia of Global Studies.
Tomasz Snarski participated in courses on negotiations, communication and social skills. He speaks English, French and Russian.
Legal office activity:
- Attorney’s Office Tomasz Snarski specializes in :
- Criminal law (defending and representing on every stage of criminal procedure),
- Civil law, including providing legal service for companies (negotiations of contracts, representation in mediation and trials),
- Civil law for individual clients,
- Human rights (representing in the courts and institutions: domestic, international and European Union).
- Apart from representing clients in courts and institutions Tomasz Snarski provides legal opinions and gives advices concerning:
- civil law,
- criminal law,
- commercial law,
- constitutional law (including legislation),
- administrative law,
- maritime law (including the protection of mariners’ rights and arbitration),
- human rights,
- European Law.
Attorney’s Office Tomasz Snarski organizes juristic workshops and courses for management directors, employers, employees, universities and non-governmental organizations.
The area of the chambers’ activity is mostly Pomeranian Region and Warsaw, however, the chambers co-operates with legal offices in the whole country, e.g. Szczecin, Poznań and Wrocław. The Office also co-operates with lawyers from London, Brussels, Vilnius, Monaco and Montreal.
The principles of fee and conditions of co-operation
Before taking the mandate contract Clients are informed about the fee and rules of co-operation.
Attorney’s Office Tomasz Snarski provides several methods of payment, depending on a type of a case and needs of a client.
Each mandate is precisely described in an individual client’s card, in which the rules of payment, the type of legal services and additional information are detailed. The Office provides confidentiality and security of received documentation. When in need, clients can use the legal database, literature and specialized press.
- The most common services provided by the Attorney’s Office are:
- Legal consultation,
- Drown up Legal Opinion,
- Legal advice,
- Representation beyond a court,
- Representation in a court,
- Participation in negotiations,
- Legal service for companies.
Please, don’t hesitate to contact us if further details concerning the principles of co-operation are required.