GESSEL has been distinguished in the 6th ranking of law firms of Dziennik Gazeta Prawna for its pro publico bono activities.

DGP’s editors ranked GESSEL first among medium-sized law firms, appreciating our pro bono work in support of the arts and of the cultural heritage (including the Collection of the Foundation for Contemporary Art of the National Museum in Warsaw, the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, the Wyspa Institute of Art in Gdańsk, and the Institute of Industrial Design) as well as our free-of-charge legal work for organisations such as the Polish Women’s Congress, the Helsinki Human Rights Foundation, the Polish Private Equity Association, and the Private Investors Association.

Collecting the DGP award certificate on behalf of GESSEL, Leszek Koziorowski, one of our partners, said, "Thank you for this distinction. We would like to take this opportunity to emphasize that our pro bono work is a source of great satisfaction for us and that we have every intention of pursuing it in the future”.

The DGP ranking results were announced on Friday, 27 November; the award certificates were presented by Krzysztof Kwiatkowski, the Minister of Justice, and by Michał Kobosko, DGP’s editor-in-chief.