Veronika Lipinska, LLM
Lipinska, LLM is coauthor of
The Proactionary Imperative: A Foundation for Transhumanism.
Her research interests are centered around social and legal theory, jurisprudence, and tax design. She was heavily involved in the Model United Nations during her undergraduate years heading the Warwick MUN Society and the biggest UN crisis conference in Europe — WarMUN 2012. She has chaired academic conferences all over Europe and won numerous academic awards. Her focus is on the issue of “future generations” and the consequences of contemporary policies on the development of human populations, technology, and ecology. She is a strong advocate of the state as a guardian of freedom and to expand intellectual horizons as well as being the facilitator of science and entrepreneurship.
Veronika was previously Legal Intern at Smithfield Partners, Legal Intern at A H Christie Legal LLP Solicitors, Legal Assistant at SK&S, and Legal Assistant at E. Guzowska, K. Kawecki & S-ka.
She also coauthored Transhumanism for the Encyclopedia of Ethics, Science, Technology, and Engineering and Exchange on Holbrook and Briggle’s “Knowing and Acting”.
Veronika earned her Bachelor of Arts (BA Hons) in Law & Sociology at University of Warwick in 2012 and her Master of Laws (LLM) in International and European Tax Law at Lund University in 2013.
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