María Lubomira Kubica holds a degree in Law from the Jagiellonian University of Cracow, Poland (2004), an international PhD in Civil and Comparative Law from the University of Girona, Spain (2015) and is an associate lawyer in the Lucena Bar Association (Spain). She has completed several research stays abroad, including: a research stay at Wake Forest University in Winston Salem, University of Torun, University of Hamburg, Max Planck Institute of Hamburg, University of Edinburgh, European University Institute of Florence, University of Münster and Swiss Institute of Comparative Law in Lausanne. She is a winner of the second prize of the Center for Financial Studies and of the Prize for the Promotion of Procedural Law instituted by the Basque Institute of Procedural Law. She was distinguished with special mention in the XVIII ‘Sancho Rebullida’ Award for the best doctoral thesis in Civil Law. She is also a member of the European Law Institute (ELI), ELI’s Special Interest Groups on Global Private Law and Digital Law, American Society of Comparative Law, REDIJEA and the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology and is a Co-Chair of the Spanish Hub of ELI. Her research focuses mainly on Contracts, Torts and Digital Law.