Karolina Gierdal is an attorney, member of the Bar Association in Warsaw and the Human Rights Section of the District Bar Council in Warsaw.

Since 2017, she has been running a law firm providing legal assistance to people who are discriminated against. Since the same year, she has also been associated with the Campaign Against Homophobia (KPH): first as a member of the association’s Legal Group, and since 2018, as its coordinator and member of the KPH team.

As a coordinator of the KPH Legal Group, she took part, among other things, in the case of transcribing little Victor’s birth certificate before the Supreme Administrative Court and is one of the attorneys conducting his case for issuing identity documents. She is attorney to children born from a surrogate mother in the case for confirming their citizenship before the European Human Rights Tribunal. She continues the so-called “Printer from Łódź Case” before the Supreme Court after the Constitutional Tribunal has ruled that the provision under which the printer was found guilty unconstitutional. She defends the defendants for infringement of the personal rights of the authors of the “Hate Atlas”.