Marta Strzecha-Bociąga

Attorney at Law

In her professional practice, she principally addresses labour law, civil law and business law. She represents clients in court proceedings.

As a member of the firm’s employment law team, her day-to-day work also includes preparing internal regulations, procedures, legal opinions and contracts for employers.

She provides ongoing legal services to one of the major coal companies in Poland.

Moreover, she deals with the topic of family foundations.

Work experience:

  • Attorney at Law associated with Żyglicka i Wspólnicy since 2016.
  • Previously, she had been working for one of the so-called ‘Big Four’ companies and in public administration.

She handled such cases as:

  • A labour case against a very large employer – a nationwide chain of shops,
  • representing the employer of a global leader in the POS industry, handled a complex employment law case,
  • handled a complex, multi-million pound commercial litigation for a very large coal company,
  • participated in three legal audits of large companies – was responsible for a due diligence on labour law,
  • conducted a process of group redundancies in one of the companies of the Silesian region

Prizes and Awards:

  • Distinguished in the Minister of Foreign Affairs’ competition for the best MA thesis defended in 2010 for her thesis entitled ‘Partnerstwo Wschodnie jako program Europejskiej Polityki Sąsiedztwa’ (‘Eastern Partnership as a programme of the European Neighbourhood Policy’).


  • Scientific publication „Przeciwdziałanie zatorom płatniczym. Nowe zasady od 1 stycznia 2020 r.” (“Counteracting payment blockages. New rules from 1 January 2020”), Editing House Infor Biznes Sp. z o.o., Warsaw 2019,
  • academic publication on the Slovenian Presidency of the European Union in the collective work edited by Professor K. Szczerski Ph. „Prezydencja w Unii Europejskiej” (“Presidency in the European Union”).

Linguistic proficiency and education:  

She holds a degree in law from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow and a master’s degree in international relations from the Faculty of International and Political Studies of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. She also studied in Rome at the Libera Università Maria Ss. Assunta. Furthermore, she completed Postgraduate Studies in Labour Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków.

She completed her Attorney-at-Law’s training at the Regional Chamber of Attorney-at-Law in Katowice.

She can speak English (CAE Certificate) and Italian. She has a basic knowledge of German.

My publications