The activity of the Law Office is grounded on the belief that the barristers' duty is to help the needy and to fulfil in a civil society a particular mission – the mission of protecting human rights and liberties as well as the mission of cooperating with other entities of public life in the fields of creation and execution of law.
The Law Office participates actively in "pro bono" programmes aimed at providing legal aid and professional legal support for social groups which are most exposed to violating their rights and liberties.
Representatives of the Law Office participate in the days of free legal aid, an action organized by the Supreme Bar Council. The Law Office gives an opportunity for students and graduates of administration and law studies to undergo a training or internship program under the guidance of professionals.
What is more, representatives of the Law Office participate in scientific conferences focusing on categories concerning human rights in order to stimulate the society's legal conscience and to draw its attention to the most significant systemic problems of the domestic legal framework.
Barrister Mariusz Lewandowski is an established member of the Human Rights Commission at the Naczelna Radza Adwokacka (Supreme Bar Council), which serves as a representative and coordinator of Polish Bar in the mission of defending human rights. The Commission expresses its opinion in the most important issues concerning human rights and liberties in proceedings before the Constitutional Tribunal and before the supreme government bodies. It organizes scientific conferences and prepares legal opinions on socially conscious issues.
Barrister Mariusz Lewandowski is the author of numerous articles focusing on the problem of human rights and liberties, in which he elaborates on significant social issues and discusses the actions of government institutions in this area.