Tomasz Kodrzycki has a varied advisory and litigation practice, with a focus on financial criminal law, sanctions and export control. He represents companies and their board members who are the victim of crime or are themselves faced with criminal law or other government enforcement. Tomasz’ practice covers all facets of financial criminal law, such as money laundering, bribery, forgery, fiscal crimes and other forms of corruption. Tomasz also regularly represents his clients before the European Court of Human Rights and has a particular interest for Business & Human Rights.

Tomasz is an experienced litigator. He understands the risks of a trial for the company and its reputation and tries to avoid court where possible. Due to his experience Tomasz is also well-placed to advise his clients on their compliance needs. His clients praise Tomasz for his sharp legal analyses, his strategic vision and his hands-on approach. Tomasz has worked before at renowned English and US law firms. He also worked for four years as a case-processing lawyer at the European Court of Human Rights before he was called to the Bar.

Tomasz is a member of the European Criminal Bar Association and its Human Rights Committee. He is also a member of the Legal Experts Advisory Panel of Fair Trials, a London based non-governmental organisation.

Tomasz is a regular speaker and author in his field of work.