Joanna Osiejewicz, University of Warsaw, Poland

PhD with habilitation (Law) & PhD (Applied Linguistics), Professor at the University of Warsaw.  Vice-Rector’s Proxy for International Cooperation (2020-2024). Seconded to the Management Committee of the 4EU+ Alliance (since 2020). Representative of the University of Warsaw for Eastern Partnership University Cluster (since 2021). Board Member of University of Warsaw Foundation (2020-2024). Originator and Editor-in-Chief of “Journal of International Legal Communication” (publisher: University of Warsaw since 20201). Originator of the interdisciplinary (linguistics & law), research-based MA study program „International Legal Communication” at the University of Warsaw. Visiting professor: King Juan Carlos University in Madrid (2016), China University of Political Science and Law (2019), National Aviation University in Kiev (2021), University of Milan (2022). Invited lecturer: Kyiv University of Law of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (2015), „1st December 1918” University of Alba Iulia (2015), University of Bologna (2016), King Juan Carlos University in Madrid (2016, 2018, 2020), Andrássy Gyula University Budapest (2017, 2019), University of Greifswald (2018), University of Regensburg (2018), University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna (2020), Sigmund Freud University in Vienna (2020), Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University in Kharkiv (2021), University of Milan (2022). Creator and Head (2017-2018) of Legal Communication Laboratory, University of Zielona Gora. Creator and Head (2018-2021) of International Legal Communication Research Center, University of Warsaw, which was subsequently developed to the DILC (July 2021). Originator of regular academic course “Introduction to Legal Communication”: 1) University of Zielona Gora, Faculty of Law and Administration (2017-2018); 2) University of Warsaw, Faculty of Applied Linguistics (since 2018). Research interests: international legal communication, global governance, fragmentation of law, harmonization of law, transnational law, application of international law and European Union law. Attorney-at-law at the Bar Association in Warsaw. Sworn translator and interpreter for German in Poland.










Associate Editors:

Agnieszka Andrychowicz–Trojanowska, University of Warsaw, Poland

Assistant professor at the Institute of Specialized and Intercultural Communication, Faculty of Applied Linguistics at the University of Warsaw.

2019 – postdoctoral degree in linguistics (habilitation) on the basis of “Podręczniki glottodydaktyczne. Struktura – funkcja – potencjał w świetle badań okulograficznych” [Glottodidactic textbooks. Structure – function – potential in the eye tracking research] (2018) [see], University of Warsaw

2008 – PhD in linguistics, University of Warsaw

2003 – MA in linguistics, University of Warsaw

2003 – BA in European integration studies, University of Warsaw

Research interests: foreign language didactics, teaching English and Russian as a foreign language, eye tracking and its use in linguistics and foreign language didactics, translation studies (audiovisual translations, written translations etc.), experimental linguistics.

Research projects:
Kształtowanie kompetencji językowych u uczniów z dysleksją rozwojową [Developing language competences in secondary school students with developmental dyslexia] (2018,  financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education),

Uwaga wzrokowa ucznia szkoły średniej w pracy z podręcznikiem do nauki języka angielskiego [Visual attention of secondary school students working with a textbook of English] (since 2016),

Lingwistyczne studium nad tekstem z punktu widzenia trudności percepcyjnych ucznia szkoły średniej [Linguistic studies on text from the point of view of perceptual difficulties of a secondary school student] (2014-2015),

Asymetrie rodzajowo-płciowe. Analiza komparatywna na materiale języka angielskiego, polskiego i rosyjskiego [Gender and sex asymmetries. A comparative analysis on the basis of the English, Polish and Russian languages] (2011-2013).

Other: President of Polish Association of Applied Linguistics, member of Polish Association of Modern Languages.

Izabela Gawłowicz, University of Zielona Gora, Poland

Professor of law at theInstitute of Legal Studies, University of Zielona Gora, Poland. She received her MA degree and her PhD degrees in Law at the University of Szczecin, Poland. Her research focuses on the international courts jurisprudence and its influence on public international law. Passionate about International Court of Justice (Hague) and its importance for the development of public international law. President of the trade unions at the University of Zielona Góra, is committed to employee rights and the ways in which trade unions influence the legal culture in workplaces.

Magda Żelazowska-Sobczyk, University of Warsaw, Poland

Assistant professor at the Institute of Specialized and Intercultural Communication, Faculty of Applied Linguistics at the University of Warsaw. She received her doctorate (2018) from the University of Warsaw for her PhD thesis: Polish and English medical case reports in confrontative framing, exemplified by otorhinolaryngological texts. She got her master degree in 2014 in specialised translation in Russian at the Faculty of Applied Linguistics and bachelor degree in 2009 in Russian language in the Higher School of Linguistics. She finished the one-year programme „Young Teachers” (Program „Młodzi Dydaktycy”) at the Univesity of Warsaw (2021–2022). Her research interests include: special education needs, especially children with central auditory processing disorders, foreign language teaching, gamification in education. She is also interested in ENT and medical language and specialised communication in medicine due to her professional collaboration with the Institute of Sensory Organs and World Hearing Center of the Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing. She is a member of numerous scientific associations: Polish Association of Applied Linguistics, Polish Medical Writers Association, The British Association of Applied Linguistics, The Linguistics Association of Great Britain and Polish Society of Medical Communication. She is a treasurer of Polish Association of Applied Linguistics (since 2022). She is also an active member of national and international conferences, author and co-author of papers in scientific journals (since 2014), and a member of Organizing Committies of numerous world, international and national congresses. Moreover, she is an Assistant to the Editor of Applied Linguistics Papers and a member of Editorial Board of the Journal of Hearing Science. Publications: https://orcid.org/my-orcid?orcid=0000-0001-7024-1246