Polish president’s daughter among top law students: report
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Kinga Duda, the 22-year-old daughter of the Polish president, Andrzej Duda, is among the top-achieving law students at the Jagiellonian University, in the southern city of Kraków, a newspaper has reported.
Andrzej Duda (left). Photo: PAP/Rafał Guz
Earlier this week Kinga completed the university’s American Law Program—a course also known as the School of American Law—with flying colours as a key step in her legal education, according to the Fakt tabloid.
She was among the course’s top finishers this year, Fakt said.
It added that the president’s daughter was one of several aspiring legal eagles who were singled out for praise at the course-graduation ceremony at the university’s impressive Aula Collegium Maius auditorium on Monday.
According to a Facebook entry by the School of American Law, Kinga also won a law firm scholarship that is intended for especially gifted students.
According to Fakt, Kinga is halfway through her five-year studies at the Jagiellonian University’s Faculty of Law and Administration. Once she passes her summer exams, she will have two years left to graduation with a master’s degree.
The tabloid also noted that in mid-May Kinga stole the show at a ball marking the midway point of her studies.
During the ball, which was held at Kraków’s Hilton Garden Inn hotel, “the first daughter” sported “a beautiful long red dress with an exposed shoulder” that was “beautifully complemented by her hair, styled in a loose bun, and red lipstick,” Fakt dutifully reported.
The tabloid also said that Kinga appeared at the event in the company of a young man who studies medicine at the same university, the country’s oldest such institution.
Source: Fakt, Facebook