Konrad specialises in commercial and investment arbitration, and dispute resolution. He also advises on international trade and investment matters.

He has built up comprehensive experience in international arbitration, participating in a number of investment and commercial arbitration cases (under, among other rules, ICC 1998, ICC 2012, UNCITRAL 1976, UNCITRAL 2010, SCC 2010, Copenhagen Arbitration). Before joining Gessel he worked for the Office of General Counsel to the Republic of Poland, where he was a member of the international and European law department, and earlier for one of the major international law firms. In 2016, he also completed an international arbitration internship at a top German arbitration boutique from Hamburg. He has been with Gessel since 2018.

He is a graduate of the faculty of law and administration at the University of Warsaw (summa cum laude, 2010). He also holds a dual LLM degree in global business law from the New York University School of Law and in international and comparative law from the National University of Singapore Faculty of Law (2014). He received his PhD (cum laude) in legal studies from Kozminski University in Warsaw in 2016. His recent monograph, which is the publication of his PhD dissertation, titled ‘Evidence and Evidentiary Proceedings in International Commercial and Investment Arbitration. Selected Issues’, is the most comprehensive Polish-language writing on evidence in arbitration.