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Kancelaria Adwokacja - Tomasz Cyrol

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Our firm

What set us apart from many other law firms is treating each client individually and with the utmost care, no matter if they are a large company or an individual person who seeks counsel and protection. For us, no case is minor or less important. In our view, each problem and each question requires equal diligence and it is our pride to deliver it. In our firm, there is no place for routine or schematic actions. Each time, even with apparently similar cases, we carry out a thorough analysis of the problem to look for a still better way of handling that particular case. Our clients interests are our core value and we excel in taking care of them.

Tomasz Cyrol is a member of the Krakow Regional Bar Council. In 2008, he earned his degree at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University. In the course of his studies and bar training, he broadened his knowledge during various scholarships and lawyer trainings in Poland and abroad. He spent half a year in Germany (Ernst Moritz Arndt Univeristät Greifswald), studied American law both within the American Law Program at the Jagiellonian University and at The Catholic University of America in Washington. He also attended seminars on the common law legal system at the University of Cambridge with a particular emphasis placed on the commercial law in that system. Additionally, he studied advance techniques of negotiation at Harvard University. Last but not least, Tomasz Cyrol has graduated from the postgraduate studies in mediation and other alternative dispute resolution and, since 2010, he has been working as a mediator.

The broad international cooperation and membership of the International Bar Association allow Tomasz Cyrol to provide legal services for his clients abroad as well as for foreign customers while in Poland.

Tomasz Cyrol was a researcher at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University and currently he is a lecturer at Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny. He is participating actively in academic conferences and publishing in professional journals.

Tomasz Cyrol specialises primary in civil and commercial law but his expertise covers also insurance, family and sports law. He speaks fluent English and German, and he is an intermediate user of  Russian.



The obligation and the will to maintain confidentiality is one of the most important aspects of being an advocate. An advocate is not allowed to name his clients, and a good advocate is not willing to do that at any rate. It is the clients who are entitled to mention the person they have been assisted by, whereas the opposite situation is not acceptable.

Nevertheless, you may rest assured that our firm has previously acted for different clients with a variety of cases and that each one of them has been treated individually and with the great deference. Our doors are open to everyone who seeks advice, support and protection. Each person can be assured that their cases will be handled with the utmost care and diligence.

Most people, before they decide to trust a person enough to confine their biggest problems to him or her and to ask that person for help, want to know who the person really is.

Such people are interested not only in whether the person is a true professional, that is an advocate with a broad experience who has conducted a variety of cases. Very often, the thing the clients want to see is that the advocate is also a human who knows life besides knowing the law.

Tomasz Cyrol about himself...

I will write a few words about me. I consider myself not only an advocate and researcher but also a keen traveller and a sportsman. Until now, I have visited more than 50 countries, describing my travels in two books: „Transsibem nad Bajkał” (Lake Baikal by the Transsiberian Railway) and „Alfabet podróżnika” (Traveller's Alphabet). I ride a bike or swim almost every mornings. In the winter, I enjoy relaxing on the snowy slopes of the Alps, especially in Austria, which country feels familiar both culturally and as a sports venue.

Working for my clients takes a lot of time, but when I get home late in the evening, I chill out by experimenting in the kitchen while listening to good music.