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In October, Mateusz Grabarczyk will be a visiting fellow at the ACLPA.

Mateusz is a doctoral candidate at the Doctoral School of Social Sciences at the Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań (Department of Theory and Philosophy of Law, Faculty of Law and Administration). He is preparing his dissertation in the field of transitional justice as part of the research project, Judging judicial independence - Judges' liability from a transitional justice viewpoint, funded by the Polish National Center for Science.

During his short stay at the ACLPA, Mateusz will be working on the project: Judges' complicity in building non-democratic regimes, financed by AMU International Compass project (Towards the internationalisation of the Doctoral School of AMU) and supported by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (no. PPI/STE2020/1/00007/U/00001). He seeks to answer the question of why do judges, often trained, and appointed by democratic governments, facilitate, and accept authoritarian power politics?