She specialises in new technologies law, in the broad sense of the term, and is mainly focused on issues related to personal data protection law, and privacy protection, as well as access to public information. She advises entities and institutions from the public and private sector, both Polish and foreign.
Prior to joining the Law Firm, Iga worked in one of the Polish leading law firms, where she supported clients, including German-speakers, in issues related to personal data protection law, consumer law, and companies law. She completed an internship at a major telecommunications company in Germany, where she was on personal data protection team, competition law team, and corporate governance team
Iga authored scientific publications concerning personal data protection law, competition and consumer protection law, and EU law. Speaker at conferences, seminars and trainings organized in Poland and abroad.
Iga holds a PhD in law (University of Warsaw) and is a graduate of LL.M. studies in Law and Economics at the Utrecht University (summa cum laude). Iga graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw (summa cum laude). During her studies, Iga attended the Faculty of Law at the Humboldt University in Berlin on a one-year scholarship. She also completed German Law Studies organised by the University of Warsaw in cooperation with the University of Bonn. She defended her doctoral thesis at the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw. In her dissertation Iga examined the influence of data on the assessment of abuse of the dominant position by Internet plaforms. She lectures in European Union law at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw.
She is fluent in English and German, including in legal language, and speaks Spanish.