Michał specialises in new technologies law, including copyright law and personal data protection. Assists in the implementation of IT projects, drafting secure contracts; represents clients in court disputes. He participates in conducting legal audits and due diligence studies.
He has gained professional experience in the area of culture and science by participating in projects supporting digitisation and modern scientific communication, including European projects OpenAIRE+ and FOSTER. He was a member of the Open Science Platform team at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computer Modelling at the University of Warsaw. He was involved in methodological aspects of digital humanities. He was a member of the editorial board of the History and Media website. He cooperated with the Digital Humanities Laboratory at the University of Warsaw. Michał participated in the work of the Working Group on Distributed Registers and Blockchain at the Ministry of Digitalisation. He is the author of scientific, popular and expert publications.
Graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw, from the Faculty of History of the University of Warsaw and completed legal adviser apprenticeship at the District Chamber of Legal Advisers in Warsaw. He speaks English.