Bartłomiej Piotr Wróblewski (born March 13, 1975 in Poznań) – Polish politician, university professor and lawyer specializing in constitutional law, deputy for the 8th and 9th terms, laureate of the Crown of the Earth.
Graduated from the 1st General Secondary School Karol Marcinkowski in Poznań (1994). He graduated in 2000 from law studies at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznań. In 2003 he obtained a master’s degree in comparative law, completing postgraduate studies at Rhenish Frederick William University in Bonn. He also studied European Community Law at Otto and Frederick University in Bamberg. He carried out research internships in Strasbourg and Berlin . In 2011 at AMU, he obtained a Doctorate in Law on the basis of the thesis entitled The Development of the Concept and Institution of State Compensation Liability for the Actions of the Legislator until the mid-twentieth century in the context of the general rules of state responsibility drafted under the supervision of Sławomira Wronkowska-Jaśkiewicz.
In the years 2001–2009 he was a researcher at the Institute of Western Affairs in Poznań, where he dealt with European law as well as Polish and German constitutional law. Then, from February to August 2010, he worked as a constitutional expert in the Law and Government Office of the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland. In 2011 he was Director of the Law Institute of the Faculty of the Off-Campus School of Social Psychology in Poznan (transformed into the University of Social and Human Sciences). He is a member of the Institute for Western Association and of the Polish Society for Constitutional Law.
He belonged to the Polish Scout Association (1980–1993), including the Błękitna XIV tribe in Poznań. In the period 1995–2009 he was active in academic societies, incl. as chairman of Lechia and curator of Chrobria. He initiated the reactivation of the Magna-Polonia, Masovia and Surma companies in Poznań and in Krakow Arcadia. In 2001 he created the company archives  and in 2007 the virtual museum of Polish academic corporations . He was the initiator of the placement of commemorative plaques in Poznań dedicated to corporates fighting in the Wielkopolskie uprising and to corporates acting as chancellor of the University of Poznań. In 2011, he became a member of the Academic Civic Club of President Lech Kaczyński in Poznań.
In 2011, he unsuccessfully ran as a non-partisan in the name of law and justice for the District Senate, including the Poznań poviat (he received 29,248 votes). In 2013 he joined the PiS and in February 2014 he became a member of the party’s program council . In the local government elections in November of the same year, he ran for the party list at the Wielkopolska sejmik in District No.3 (Poznań, Śremski, Średzki, Gniezno and Września poviats), garnering 6,454 votes and winning the seat of an adviser. In March 2015, he took up the post of PiS representative in the Poznań poviat . He held this post until November 2016, when he was elected vice-chairman of this party in the Poznań district.
In the parliamentary elections in 2015, he ran to the Sejm in the Poznań district. He won the seat of a deputy in the 8th term, starting from 11th place on the list and collecting 14,108 votes . In the lower house of the Polish parliament, he was appointed a member of the legislative committee, the committee on European Union affairs, the committee on justice and human rights and the special committee for changes codification. In the last of them, he assumed the function of chairman of the permanent sub-committee for the amendment of the electoral code and the code of administrative procedure. He also became the chairman of the group. Polish-German parliamentarian and the Polish-Irish parliamentary group, as well as the vice-chairman of the Polish-British parliamentary group.
He managed a dozen free legal aid points in Poznań and in the poviat of Poznań. He was the rapporteur of the bill on free legal aid and legal training presented by the President of the Republic of Poland. In 2017, he prepared a request to the Constitutional Court to revise the constitutionality of the anti-abortion law in the part concerning abortion due to serious fetal anomalies. This initiative has been criticized by feminist circles and a call for the withdrawal of the demand.
In 2015, the weekly “W Sieci” placed him on the list of the biggest winners of that year’s parliamentary campaign. Two years later, Głos Wielkopolski recognizes him as the “most active” member of the region. “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna” placed him twice in the ranking of the fifty most influential lawyers in Poland. He became a member of the board of directors of the Humanitarian Aid Foundation “Redemptoris Missio” in Poznań and of the social council of the Clinical Hospital of the Transfiguration of the Lord at the Karol Marcinkowski University of Medicine in Poznań .
In the 2019 elections, he successfully stood for parliamentary re-election, garnering 22,181 votes. In the Sejm of the 9th term, he was a member of the legislative committee, vice-chairman of the special committee for the modifications of codifications and chairman of the permanent sub-committee for the modification of criminal law. In 2020, appointed Polish representative on the board of the German-Polish Science Foundation.
As a deputy, he undertook activities to commemorate important events, organizations and institutions as well as personalities in the history of Poland. He was a member of the parliamentary team of tradition and remembrance of cursed soldiers, active during the 8th term, initiated and developed numerous resolutions on historical subjects, which were adopted by the Sejm.
In 2019, he led a group of 119 deputies from PiS, Konfederacja, PSL-Kukiz ’15, who submitted a petition to the Constitutional Court to verify whether an abortion due to illness or damage to the fetus is compliant to the constitution . In October 2020, the Constitutional Court upheld this argument, which led to street protests against the toughening of the law.
He opposes same-sex marriage and the right to adopt children by same-sex couples .
In September 2020, he was suspended by PiS President Jarosław Kaczyński as a party member for violating club discipline, voting against the amendment to the Animal Welfare Act ; the suspension expired in November of this year.
On July 8, 2017, he entered into a marriage in Poznań with Marta Królikiewicz . He obtained certificates of knowledge of foreign languages: English, German, Russian and French.
In the years 1998-2014, he won the Crown of the Earth , conquering the following summits: Elbrus (1998), Kilimanjaro (2002), Mont Blanc (2003), Aconcagua (2007), Denali (2008), Mont Kosciuszko (2011), Puncak Jaya (2011), Vinson Massif (2012) and Mount Everest (2014) . He belongs to the Poznań mountaineering club. He was a member of the organizing committee of the national winter expedition to K2 in 2017/18.
- Die Staatshaftung für legislative Unrecht en Deutschland. Eine rechtsgeschichtliche, rechtsdogmatische und rechtsvergleichende Untersuchung, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, Baden-Baden 2005.
- European Community non-contractual compensation liability for normative acts, Wydawnictwo Instytut Zachodni, Poznań 2005.
- Lawyers of the academic corporations of Poznań in the years 1920–1939, “Kronika Miasta Poznania” n ° 3/2008, pp. 151–166.
- Karol Marian Pospieszalski (September 11, 1909 – February 19, 2007), “Kwartalnik Historyczny” n ° 1/2008, pp. 157-160.
- Liability for compensation for actions of the legislator. Concept and Institutional Development in the Context of General Rules of State Responsibility until the Mid-20th Century, CH Beck Publishing House, Warsaw 2011
- Noch ist Polen nicht verloren – die polnischen Studentenverbindungen 1816–2011, “Acta Studentica. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Studentengeschichte ”n ° 176/2011, pp. 8-15.
- Problems with the notion of normativity of a legal text. Comments after reading the work of ME Stefaniuk >> Preamble of a normative act in the doctrine and in the course of establishment and application of Polish law in 1989–2007 << (with Maurycy Zajęcki), RPEiS n ° 2 / 2012, pp. 193 –306.
- The permissible scope of the regulation of artificial procreation in the light of the European Convention on Human Rights (with Paweł Łącki), Przegląd Sejmowy n ° 5/2013, pp. 51–73.
- Radical simplification of tax law according to Paul Kirchhof, “RPEiS” n ° 1/2014, pp. 91-104.
- The status of the nasciturus in the case law of the bodies of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (with Paweł Łącki), State and Law n ° 3/2016, pp. 21–37.
- On the normativity, redundancy and redundancy of legal provisions (with Maurycy Zajęcki), Przegląd Sejmowy n ° 5/2017, pp. 125-141.
- Guidelines for amending the code of administrative procedure in the light of the law of April 7, 2017 (with Joanna Wegner-Kowalska), “Legal and economic studies” n ° 110/2019, pp. 187-207.