DWF Poland has announced the appointment of Radoslaw Cebelinski as a new Senior Partner, while Lukasz Gembis, Ewelina Wetrys, and Weronika Roesler made Local Partner in the firm's recent promotion round.
Cebelinski joined the firm in 2019 and, as an International Partner, leads the Banking, Finance & Insolvency Litigation team. He made Local Partner back in 2021 (as reported by CEE Legal Matters on July 13, 2021). Before joining DWF, he spent almost five years as an assistant to a Supreme Court Judge in Poland, almost four years with Eversheds Sutherland, and a further two years with Baker McKenzie.
Gembis is a member of the Dispute Resolution and Arbitration department at DWF Poland, where he leads the Public Procurement and Contracts team. He also joined DWF in 2019, as a Senior Associate. He made Counsel in 2022. Earlier, he spent over four years with K&L Gates, as an Associate and Senior Associate, and almost a year with Wardynski & Partners as an Advocate Trainee, starting in 2014.
Wetrys is a member of the Dispute Resolution and Arbitration department at DWF Poland, with over 12 years of professional experience in dispute resolution and avoidance. She also joined the team back in 2019, as a Senior Associate, and made Counsel in 2020. She previously spent six and a half years with K&L Gates between 2012 and 2019, departing as a Senior Associate, and spent one year as an Associate with Laszczuk & Wspolnicy.
Roesler is a member of the Real Estate department at DWF Poland and has over 12 years of professional experience in advising clients from the real estate sector. She joined DWF in 2020 as a Senior Associate and made Counsel in 2022. She spent her earlier career with Baker McKenzie, joining the firm in 2011 as a Legal Intern and rising through the ranks before making Senior Associate in 2019.