We are a modern law firm, focused on our client’s needs and on providing effective legal solutions. Our work is mostly carried out on-line, we are always there where our client is – distance is not a problem for us, we communicate by means of direct remote communication, use electronic documents and also visit our client’s premises in person. The world is changing and we find ourselves perfectly at home in the new reality! We communicate freely in three foreign languages, which enables us to participate actively and successfully in numerous international transactions. We are here for you, so write to us and let us solve your problem!
The founder and originator of the Wiza Law Firm
is advocate Oliwia Wiza-Carvalho.
Advocate Oliwia Wiza-Carvalho graduated from the Faculty of Law of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. She also studied law in German and English at the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest as part of the Erasmus student exchange programme. While studying abroad, advocate Oliwia Wiza-Carvalho worked at a law firm in Budapest specialising in legal services for entrepreneurs and foreigners, gaining her first international professional experience and significantly influencing her choice of further career path.
Oliwia Wiza-Carvalho has been working in law firms in Poznań since the third year of her law studies, thus acquiring professional experience in the field of, inter alia, legal services for entrepreneurs, drawing up and analysing contracts and agreements, cross-border cases, criminal law and international family law. After graduating, advocate Oliwia Wiza-Carvalho benefited from the AISEC programme and volunteered teaching English to children at the Colégio Efanor Elementary School in Porto, Portugal.
Advocate Oliwia Wiza-Carvalho has also attended a number of language courses at home and abroad, including an English language course in Malta, a Portuguese language course in Portugal and a German language course in Germany. In addition, in 2017, she graduated from the School of German Law at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and in 2018 she worked at a law firm in Portugal specialising in legal services for entrepreneurs and foreigners, advising in particular companies involved in Polish-Portuguese commercial transactions and foreigners in obtaining the Portuguese Golden Visa.