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Poland's Most Recent Decision

The most recent decision from Poland is D.M. v Supreme Administrative Court, a decision rendered in Poland by the Supreme Administrative Court on May 8, 2008, involving an applicant from Russia. A brief summary of the facts of the case is: Muslim woman who had suffered restricted freedom of movement and domestic violence by her husband, and later rape by his colleagues, fears same because of State's inability to protect her.

Courts in Poland

Supreme Administrative Court
Regional Administrative Court in Warsaw

The National Coordinators for Poland are:

Aneta Zak

Ms. Aneta Zak was appointed by the President of the Supreme Administrative Court in Poland to serve in the position of “Referendar” (justice clerk) at the Regional Administrative Court in Warsaw in 2008. She is Read More Read more

Jacek Chlebny

Judge Jacek Chlebny is President of the Lódz Branch of the Supreme Administrative Court in Poland. His responsibilities in this role include administrative matters, especially cases regarding aliens, refugees, taxes and custom duties. Prior to Read More Read more