1992-1993 Chicago University Law School Center for the Study of Constitutionalism in Eastern Europe (on the project entitled ‘Drafting of the Polish Constitution’).
1992-1997 Max-Planck-Institut für europäische Rechtsgeschite, Frankfurt am Main, (on the project entitled ‘Law and judiciary in the years 1945-1956’).
1996-1997 Planck-Institut für ausländische öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht, Heidelberg, (on the project entitled ‘Right to fair trial’).
1995-2001 Constitutional and Legal Policy Institute, Budapest, (on the projects entitled ‘Police reform’ and ‘Special services in a constitutional democracy’).
Fields of academic interest:
Judiciary and its history in the Polish People’s Republic, constitutional human rights, prison studies, corruption, homicide perpetrators, comparative criminal policy, medical legislation, police law, proceedings in juvenile cases.
Academic courses taught:
Institute of Social Prevention and Resocialization at Warsaw University: Criminology (1976-1980), Criminal Policy in Poland (1976-1981), Comparative criminal policy (1978-1995), Comparative criminology (1980-1989), Research methods in criminology (1976-1991), Prison management (1977-1980), Police law (1997-1998); State crimes (2000-2002), Human rights (since 1990).
1988-1990 Polish Institute of Christian Culture (Rome)
1990- Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights,
1992- Polish Section of the International Commission of Jurists
1994-2001 Polish Society of Political Sciences,
1995-2001 Press Freedom Monitoring Centre at Polish Journalists Association
1994-2004 Executive Committee of International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights in Vienna
2003- Applied Social Sciences Institute Foundation at Warsaw University.
Participation in conferences, seminars, workshops and missions:
In the years 1976-2005 I attended 537 conferences, seminars, workshops and monitoring missions in Poland and abroad. I was responsible for organization of 30 conferences and seminars, including 13 international events. I took part in 25 missions monitoring human rights, including 17 missions in new democracies.