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Piotr Bystranowski received a PhD!

Piotr Bystranowski received a PhD!

We are proud to announce that Piotr Bystranowski, an assistant researcher in the BIOUNCERTAINTY project, has received his PhD at the Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Law and Administration, on the basis of his dissertation "Proxy Criminalization and its Justification". His advisor was Wojciech Załuski (Jagiellonian University). The dissertation was reviewed by Antony Duff (University of Stirling) and Alon Harel (Hebrew University of Jerusalem). Congratulations!

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