- University of Exeter, LLB European Law (2015)
- Maîtrise en Droit Européen, Université de Rennes I (2015)
- BPP Manchester, BPTC – “Outstanding” (2017)
- Baron Dr Ver Heyden de Lancey Prize, Middle Temple (2017)
Areas of Work
- Civil Litigation
Lujzka successfully completed her pupillage under the supervision of Charles Prior, becoming a member of Chambers in 2018. She is developing a common law practice focussing primarily on personal injury and other civil litigation.
She is dually qualified in English and French law and obtained a Masters in European Law (maitrise en droit européen), which she completed in France (University of Exeter and Université de Rennes I). Prior to commencing the BPTC, she spent a year working for an international firm of solicitors in the casualty and healthcare department, carrying out legal research and writing articles on updates in the law.
Lujzka's practice involves personal injury matters and other aspects of civil litigation. Her experience has included road traffic accidents (including issues of causation and allegations of fundamental dishonesty), occupiers' liability, credit hire, holiday sickness and general negligence.
She appears for both claimants and defendants, acting in a range of civil hearings including trials, applications (including pre-action and other disclosure, strike out, summary judgment, relief from sanctions, stays), case management hearings, small claims, infant approvals and stage 3 hearings.
She is instructed to advise in various matters including relating to liability, quantum and infant settlements and to draft statements of case.
Whilst her practice is predominantly civil and personal injury, she has also acted as junior counsel in a High Court family matter.