Professor of law | Member of the MPC (1998-2004)
Wojciech Łączkowski was born in Poznan on October 3, 1933.
He is a professor of law, specialising in financial law and public finance.
He graduated in law from Poznan University in 1955. Since 1960 he has worked at the Faculty of Law and Administration, in the Department of Financial Law. He has held various academic positions, including that of dean and Vice Rector of the Adam Mickiewicz University (Poznan).
Since 1984, he has also lectured at the Department of Law of the Catholic University of Lublin. From 1990 to November 30, 1997, he served as a judge on Poland’s Constitutional Tribunal, and in the years 1991-97 was also a member of the State Electoral Commission, which he chaired from 1994 to 1997.
Wojciech Łączkowski is actively involved in the work of the International Institute of Public Finance, the Polish Economics Society, the Western Institute, the Scientific Society of Organisation and Management, and the Poznan Society of Friends of Science, taking an active part in conferences and congresses at home and abroad.
As reporting judge on the Constitutional Tribunal, he prepared cases involving public finance, budget law and the law on compulsory contributions.