Harasimiuk Dominika

dr Dominika Ewa HarasimiukPh.D. in Law (2007), research and teaching fellow at the Faculty of Political Science and International Studies of the University of Warsaw. French Government scholarship holder (2004-2005). Graduate of Centre Européen Universitaire, Université Nancy 2 (2005, DEA Droit Communautaire, DESE diplomas). Expert of the Latvian Higher Education Quality Agency (AIKA). Member of associations: ILA, UCAES. Subject editor for international law at the IUS NOVUM quarterly journal, member of the editorial committee of the Socrates Scientific Journal (Rīga Stradiņš University, Latvia). She has lectured and presented papers, among others, at Boston University, University of West London, University of Salzburg, Carlo Cattaneo University (Italy).

Research interests

Legal aspects of EU citizenship, European and comparative constitutional law, legal issues of the functioning of the internal market, regulatory and ethical aspects concerning policies for the development of artificial intelligence in the EU.


Department of European Union Law and Institutions

Recent publications:

D.E. Harasimiuk, Tożsamość narodowa i konstytucyjna V Republiki Francuskiej, [w:] Tożsamość konstytucyjna w wybranych państwach członkowskich Unii Europejskiej, A. Wróbel, M. Ziółkowski (red.), Warszawa 2021.

D.E. Harasimiuk, T. Braun, Regulating Artificial Intelligence. Binary ethics and the law, Routledge 2021.

D.E. Harasimiuk, Swobodny przepływ osób w interesach Polski i Unii Europejskiej, [w:] Racja stanu Polski w Unii Europejskiej, S. Domaradzki, V. Zheletovskyy (red.), Warszawa 2020.