Jędrzej Niklas is a socio-legal and researcher who focuses his work upon intersections between data-driven technologies, state and justice. He has a PhD in international law from the University of Warsaw. Jedrzej previously worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Leeds and London School of Economics and Political Science and as a legal specialist at the Panoptykon Foundation in Poland, addressing laws and policies related to data protection, automated decision making and surveillance over vulnerable groups. His last main project Justice, Equity and Technology, explored the problem of data discrimination from the perspective of civil society organization and socially marginalised communities in Europe. He recently has started exploring relations between environmental policies, datafication and scientific practices.