Born in Gdynia, Poland in 1988.
Klaudia Dawidowicz studied law at Humboldt-Universität Berlin from 2008 to 2013 with her focus on ‘German and international criminal justice’. While studying she was also a student assistant at a leading European law firm specialised in business law. After she sat and passed her first state examination, she worked as a research assistant at a regional firm of lawyers specialised in criminal law with its focus on business criminal law.
During her period of practical training carried out in the judicial region of the Kammergericht (higher regional court) she spent one part working for the head of the department of organised crime at the office of the public prosecutor, one part at Tegel prison as well as another with a specialist lawyer for criminal law in Berlin.
She spent a further part of her training in Cape Town, where she had the opportunity to gain an insight into the work a charity organisation carries out with delinquent juveniles in a maximum security prison. Furthermore Klaudia Dawidowicz maintains a position on the board of the organisation „Freie Hilfe e.V.“ and through it also conducts herself as a voluntary case worker at Tegel Prison.
Ms Dawidowicz was admitted to the bar in February 2016 and since then has worked for Galen Rechtsanwälte as an associate.
She is a member of Vereinigung Berliner Strafverteidiger [Berlin Association of Defence Lawyers], Deutsche Strafverteidiger e.V. [German Association of Defence Lawyers], Berliner Anwaltsverein e.V. [Berlin Bar Association], Deutscher Anwaltverein (DAV) [German Bar Association]
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