- dr Marta Andrecka
- mec. Marcin Bejm
- dr Piotr Bogdanowicz
- dr Piotr Brzeziński
- mec. Agnieszka Chwiałkowska
- Tomasz Czajkowski (honorary member)
- mec. Michał Drozdowicz
- mec. Agnieszka Gilowska
- dr Wojciech Hartung
- mec. Jarosław Jerzykowski
- prof. UŚ dr hab. Michał Kania
- mec. Aldona Kowalczyk
- mec. Sylwester Kuchnio
- mec. Katarzyna Kuźma
- mec. Mirella Lechna
- mec. Tomasz Michalczyk
- prof. dr hab. Janusz Niczyporuk (honorary member)
- dr Paweł Nowicki
- mec. Michał Orzechowski
- mec. Paweł Piotrowski
- mec. Anna Prigan
- mec. Wioleta Polak
- mec. Jan Roliński
- mec. Katarzyna Skiba-Kuraszkiewicz
- mec. Irena Skubiszak-Kalinowska
- mec. Anna Specht-Schampera
- dr Aleksandra Sołtysińska
- mec. Jarosław Sroka
- mec. Tadeusz Szymaniec
- mec. Anna Szymańska
- mec. Piotr Trębicki
- mec. Grzegorz Wicik
- mec. Michał Wojciechowski
- mec. Tomasz Zalewski
How to become a member?
If you meet the criteria below and wish to join our group, fill in the declaration (for ordinary members or for honorary members)
Ordinary PPL Association members may be individuals adopting the Association's statutory aims, which is an interest in public procurement and concessions law (and public-private partnership) law issues and who:
- are professors or habilitated doctors of law or
- meet all the following three requirements: (i) are registered as attorneys-at law or advocates, or as foreign lawyers from or outside the European Union in registers kept by competent district chambers of attorneys-at law or advocates and (ii) actively provide legal advice on public procurement or concessions law and who are lawyers, cooperating lawyers or partners in law firms with a multidisciplinary profile and international range meaning active membership of an international association or network, which guarantees it will obtain professional support on areas of law outside the firm's own specialisations, and logistics and organisational support in work for the Association and (ii) fluently speak at least one foreign language or
- are doctors of law whose doctoral dissertations were on issues relating to public procurement, concessions or related laws (state aid, competition) or
- are 35 years old, have higher legal education, have full capacity to take legal acts, fully exercise their civil rights, have grounded and documented professional achievements and reputation in public procurement or concessions law and is active in providing legal assistance in the field of public procurements law or concession law as an employee, associate or partner of a law firm, and have been recommended to the Association in writing by at least two ordinary members of the Association, meeting the criteria listed in points 1-3 above.
Ordinary members of the Association are nominated by the Management Board.
Honorary members can be persons with higher education who have made a great contribution to the development of science or practice relating to public procurement law or in meeting the Association's statutory aims.
Legal entities and unincorporated organisational units but with legal capacity may become supporting members by applying to the Association's Management Board, which will then adopt a resolution on the matter by a simple majority. To become a member, an understanding also has to be signed indicating the form and type of the supporting member's support for the Association.
Annual membership fee for ordinary members is 250 zł.