Konrad Kosicki is a member of the Projects team and leads the Energy team at Wolf Theiss in Poland. Konrad advises clients in matters related to the acquisition, development and financing of conventional and renewable energy projects as well as regulatory issues and trading in electricity, natural gas, green certificates, and other commodities. Konrad has represented several energy companies before the President of the Energy Regulatory Office, common courts and in arbitration proceedings. His experience also includes advising on infrastructure projects such as motorways and stadiums. Konrad often participates in conferences and seminars concerning the energy market, in particular in the field of renewable energy sources and their financing. He is the author of many publications on the subject of energy law and climate change, as well as issues of civil law. Konrad obtained a Master of Laws – LL.M. in European and International Law at the University of Bremen. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Law at Warsaw University, the Faculty of Law at the Humboldt University and the Center for American Law organised by the Faculty of Law and Administration at Warsaw University in cooperation with the Faculty of Law at Florida State University. In his career, he has practiced law in London, Berlin and Warsaw and is admitted to the Warsaw Bar Association.