Camelia Bogdan

Camelia Bogdan

Contact
camibogdan@gmail.com

Experience
1 October 2018-30 September 2019: Fulbright Scholar, The Centre for the International Financial Crimes Studies, Fredric G. Levin College of Law University of Florida, United States of America
1 July 2019-30 September 2019: Ion Ratiu Democracy Fellow/The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC
2014-present: Judge at Bucharest Court of Appeal, Second Penal Section
– Main activities and responsibilities specialized in settling not only corruption crimes and the ones related to it, but also in settling serious crimes that may be committed by transnational organised criminal groups, as well as in judging cases of serious economic crimes
2015-2016: Lecturer at the Faculty of Law of Andrei Romanian-American University, in the following disciplines: Criminal Proceedings and European Criminal Proceedings
– to train students in Criminal Proceedings and European Criminal Proceedings
2009-2014: Judge at Bucharest Tribunal, Second Penal Section from 15 November 2009-1stof February 2014 and at the First Penal section from 1st of February
– Main activities and responsibilities specialized in settling not only corruption crimes and the ones related to it, but also in settling serious crimes that may be committed by transnational organised criminal groups, as well as in judging cases of serious economic crimes; responsible for drawing reviews and recommendations in order to unify the jurisprudence within the two Penal Sections of the Bucharest Tribunal / Participate in criminal hearings which fall under the competence of the Tribunal (2009-2014); coordinating the continuous professional training activities of the Second Penal section of the Bucharest Tribunal (2009-2014).
2008-present: Trainer Judge at the National School of Clerks, in the field of international cooperation in criminal matters, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure Law and European Law
– to organize and coordinate continuous training of clerks in the field of international cooperation in criminal matters, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure Law and European Law; running workshops reviewing the existing training materials, improving the existing training curriculum.
august 2005-noiembrie 2009:Judge at the Court of First Instance from Constanţa
– Main activities and responsibilities specialized in settling civil and commercial cases, organizing continuous professional training activities of the judges within the Court of First Instance of Constanţa
2005 -2007: Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law and Administrative Sciences of Andrei Şaguna University, Constanţa, in the following disciplines: Criminal Law, under the supervision of Professor Ilie Pascu, Ph.D; Civil Law, under the supervision of Reader Cristian Jora, Ph.D; Civil Proceedings, under the supervision of Lecturer Vasile Bîcu, Ph.D Degree candidate.
– to train students in Criminal law, Civil Law and Civil Proceedings.

Education and training
24 May 2019-24 June 2019: research fellow at the Law Faculty of the University Paris-Sud/Paris-Saclay, with the support of the League of the European Research Universities (LERU)
1 October 2017-31 January 2018: visiting fellow at the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law
1 December 2016-31 August 2017: visiting fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London
1 April 2015 -1 October 2015: CEREFREA (Le Centre Régional Francophone de Recherches Avancées en Sciences Sociales) scholarship for the Ph.d thesis ”Le recouvrement des avoirs criminels dans le procès pénal français et roumain ”
26 October-25 December 2014: Postdoctoral scholarship awarded by FMSH (La Fondation de Maison de sciences de l’Homme) and CEREFREA (Le Centre Régional Francophone de Recherches Avancées en Sciences Sociales) for the dissertation topic ”Le recouvrement des avoirs criminels dans le droit français”
27 October 2014 -15 November 2014: Strasbourg, European College of Financial Investigations and Analysis of Financial Crimes (C.E.I.FA.C.) third training session , LLM(Master Diploma) for the Dissertation ”Judicial Investigations During Trial” awarded by the University of Strasbourg;
2014-present: PhD student in Private Law of the Faculty of Law of the Strasbourg University, Thesis Title : ”Asset Recovery of the Proceeds of Crime in French and Romanian Criminal Trial”, under the supervision of Professor Chantal Cutajar, Director of the Research Group, G.R.A.S.C.O (Groupe de recherches approfondies sur la criminalité organisée) and the European College of Financial Investigations and Analysis of Financial Crimes (C.E.I.FA.C.) at Strasbourg University (in joint supervision with the Bucharest University)
2013-present: PhD student in Criminal Procedure Law of the Faculty of Law of the Bucharest University, Thesis Title : ””Asset Recovery of the Proceeds of Crime in French and Romanian Criminal Trial” under the joint-supervsion of dr.h.c. Professor N.Volonciu, and  Professor Chantal Cutajar, Director of the Research Group, G.R.A.S.C.O (Groupe de recherches approfondies sur la criminalité organisée) and the European College of Financial Investigations and Analysis of Financial Crimes (C.E.I.FA.C.) from Strasbourg University.
2005-2009: PhD in Criminal Law from the Bucharest University, Faculty of Law, title awarded by the Romanian Ministry of Education, Research and Innovation in 14 August 2009, Thesis Title : ”Countering Money Laundering of the Proceeds Derived from Organised Crime Activities, in the light of Domestic and International Regulations”, Professor E. Stancu, PhD; Date of PhD Thesis Presentation: 25th June 2009
2003-2004: Master Degree Diploma in Criminal Sciences, Faculty of Law of the Bucharest University, Graduation Degree: 10, Specialisation Diploma in Criminal Proceedings, Professor N.Volonciu, PhD, with the paper: ”The Analysis of the Means of Evidence System of the Romanian Criminal Procedure Code in the light of the European Convention on Human Rights and Individual Freedoms”
2003-2005: Bachelor Degree in Law, Romanian National Institute of Magistracy
1999-2003: Bachelor Degree in Law, University of Bucharest, Law Faculty, Romania
1995-1999: Bachelor; Bachelor Degree: 9,85 out of 10; Traian National College, Drobeta-Turnu-Severin.

Competitions
Languages: English and French (C1-Cambrige)
Computer skills: Computer skills Fully proficient computer skills including use of relevant software and other applications (B2-DELF)

Competențe tehnice
Competenţe şi cunoştinţe de utilizare a calculatorului: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Internet Explorer

Professional skills and competence
– Advanced Ability in the Asset Recovery of Proceeds of Crime, acquired as a judge (throughout my judicial career, I have judged serious economic crime cases, I have carried out proactive parallel economic financial investigations during trial, ordering the confiscation of more than 500 Million Euros for the Romanian state budget) and through my scientific research activities as well as an expert of the European Commission, specialized in tackling high-profile corruption cases, money laundering and asset recovery ;
– Ability in improvement the capacity of responsible authorities in the fight against economic crimes, acquired as an expert and through my scientific researches in countering organised crime and asset recovery;
– Ability to examine the compatibility of domestic legislation with the requirements of the international standards acquired within my judicial career (2003-present)
– Ability to write legal documents – acquired within my judicial career (2003-present)
– Ability to examine the compatibility of Anti-Money Laundering regulations with the FATF standards acquired within my judicial career and through my PhD preparation phase, (2003-present )
– Ability to address judicial accountability and court efficiency issues: since 2013, one of the two Romanian judges nominated by the US Embassy to take part to the CEELI Institute’s Central & Eastern European Judicial Exchange Network
– Relationship building and networking acquired while attending continuous training programs and mutual evaluations procedures
– Ability to elaborate strong views and recommendations in the field of countering money laundering and asset recovery, acquired within my judicial career (2003-present), through my Ph.d. preparation phase, and through my participation as an expert in continuous training programs: since 2013, I am member of the Group for the Increasing of the Effectiveness of Tracing, Recovering and Asset Managing of the Proceeds of Crime within the Romanian Ministry of Justice, expert in the prevention and repression of money laundering, corruption, IP crimes, criminal seizurere, financial investigations and the analysis of financial crime in the European Union, while also being involved in training and research programs to better fight organised crime in Europe by developing the capacities of law enforcemnent agencies to conduct financial investigations
– Advanced academic skills acquiered as scientific researcher (and also the representative of the researchers) of the Regional Francophone Centre for Advanced Studies (CeReFrEA), Phd student, visiting fellow at Lausanne Institute of Comparative Law and London Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, as well as a Fulbright Scholar.

Continous training programs:
• 21-23.03.2007, Sovata, participant at the symposium ”Jurisdictia aut dedere, aut judicare. The Transfer of Criminal Proceedings”, organised by the Romanian Ministry of Justice;
• 28-30.03.2007, Timişoara, participant at the conference ”The Financial and Economic Criminality”, organised by the National Institute of Magistracy;
• 7-9.05.2007, Rome, speaker at the conference ”Violence and Molestation in the Workplace: Working towards a European Strategy for Preventing and Fighting Mobbing”, presenting the research ˝Romania’s Experience in Preventing and Countering the Workplace Violence”, organised by the European Judicial Training Network (EJTN);
• 19.06.2007, Constanţa, participant at the conference ”How to Say NO to Sexual Harassment”;
• 7-13.07.2007, Sovata, participant at the Summer School for Junior Magistrates from South Eastern Europe, organised by the Regional Secretariats of the Stability Pact Initiatives against Corruption and Organised Crime (SPAI RSLO from Sarajevo and SPOC from Bucharest) in cooperation with the Romanian Ministry of Justice and National Institute for Magistrates with the support of SEEPAG and USAID, being awarded the diploma of the excellency(best participant);
• 17.08.2007, Constanţa, participant at the Symposium” Best practices to prevent Corruption”, organised by The National Center for Integrity;
• 31.10.2007, Constanţa, participant at the Symposium ”Competition Law Authorities and National Courts, Partners in Implementing the Competition Rules in the Domestic Law”;
• 5-6.11.2007, Trier, participant at the conference ”The Anti-Discrimination Directives of 2000”, organised by the Academy of European Law (ERA);
• 15-18.11.2007, The Hague, participant as member of the Romanian team who presented a simulated Criminal trial at the Annual Session of Simulated trials within the International Moot Court; (Medal of Distinction awarded by the Romanian Superior Council of Magistracy);
• 25th January 2008, Bucharest, participant at the conference ”Fighting against Corruption and Money Laundering from a European Perspective –The Harmonization of the Domestic Regulations with the 3rd Directive of the European Parliament and of the European Council of 26 October 2005 on the Prevention of the use of the Financial System for the Purpose of Money laundering and Terrorism Financing”, organised by Transparency International – Romania, The Embassy of Great Britain at Bucharest and the National Office for Preventing and Combating Money Laundering ;
• 19-21 May 2008, Zakopane, Poland, participant at the conference “The Evidence in Criminal Proceedings. Progress in Crime Detection and Forensic Medicine. The Role and Importance of the Expert’s Survey Reports. Practicability of Using Foreign Legal Experts”, organised by the European Judicial Training Network (EJTN);
• 9-15 June 2008, Kotor, Montenegro, participant at the Summer School for Junior Magistrates from South Eastern Europe “International Standards and Cooperation in the Fight against Corruption”; organised by the Regional Anti-Corruption Initiative and the Directorate for Anti-corruption Initiative of Montenegro;
• 27-28 June 2008, Constanţa, participant at the workshop on Insolvency, organised by the National Union of Insolvency Practitioners in Romania;
• 15-17 September 2008, Bucharest, participant at the seminar for the trainers of the National School of Clerks organised by the National School of Clerks;
• 15 October 2008, Sovata, participant as a trainer of the National School of Clerks in the field of international cooperation in criminal matters presenting the themes:”International Judicial Assistance in Criminal Matters. Communication and Notification of Judicial Acts” and”Obtaining Evidence through the International Rogatory Commissions;
• 16-17 October 2008, Bucharest, participant at the conference ”Combating the Threats of Economic Crime, Money Laundering and Corruption”, organised by the National Institute of Magistracy;

• 20-21 February 2009, Constanţa, Participant at the workshop ” Justice in the Digital Era”, organised by the Law and Internet Foundation from Bulgaria;
• 9-13.03 March 2009, Amara, participant as a trainer of the National School of Clerks in the field of Criminal Procedure;
• 23-24 April 2009, Bucharest, participant at the seminar ”Key issues in Patent Litigation”, organised by the European Patent Academy and by the State Office for Inventions and Trademarks from Romania ;
• 9-18 July 2009, Hernstein, Austria, participant in the “Third International Anti–Corruption Summer School”, organised by Austrian Federal Bureau for Internal Affairs;
• 28-29 September 2009,, Bucharest, participant in the ”TAIEX Seminar on investigation and prosecution of drug trafficking in the EU” organised by the European Commission;
• 20-21 October 2009, Belgrad, participant in the seminar ”Fight against Racism and Violence through Diversity in Sport”;
• 22-25 October 2009, Amara, participant as a trainer of the National School of Clerks in the field of Civil Procedure Law;
• 20-21 November 2009, Budapest, participant at the EC Competition law seminar for national judges “Article 82 and Non-Price Strategies? Cases, Trends and Economics”, organised by OECD Hungary Regional Centre for Competition in Budapest;
• 12-13 February 2010, Budapest, participant at the EC Competition law seminar for national judges “Private Enforcement of EU State Aid Rules before National Courts”, organised by OECD Hungary Regional Centre for Competition in Budapest;
• 5 March 2010, Bucharest, speaker at the International Conference “Made in the EU: How the US has to listen and adapt to European Privacy and Data Protection Values”, organised by the Romanian Judicial Studies Institute(CSDE);
• 15-16 April 2010, Bucharest, participant at the seminar ”The Unification of Jurisprudence”, organised by the Romanian Superior Council of Magistracy;
• 21-23 April 2010, Bucharest, participant at the seminar for the trainers of the National School of Clerks in Implementing the New Penal Code, organised by the National School of Clerks;
• 20-21 May 2010, Paris, participant at in the seminar “Identification, Seizure and Confiscation of Criminal Assets”, organised by the French National School for the Judiciary and the European Judicial Training Network(EJTN);
• 26-28 May 2010, Sovata, speaker at the seminar ”International Cooperation in Criminal Matters”, organised by the National School of Clerks;
• June 2010, Poland, participant at the exchange of judges and prosecutors organised by the EJTN;
• 1-2 July 2010, Brussels, participant in the seminar “The Judicial Response to the Threat of Terrorism in the European Union”, organised by the French National School for the Judiciary (ENM), in cooperation with the Belge National School for the Judiciary (IFJ);
• 23-27 August 2010, Kromeriz (Czech Republic), participant at the Summer School on Legal English, organised by the de Justicni Akademie (Czech Republic), National School for the Judiciary;
• 14-18 September 2010, Lisbon,, participant at the 15th European Patent Judges Symposium, organised by the National Institute for Industrial Property(Portugal);
• 27-30 September 2010, Baden, Austria, participant at the IACCS Anti-Corruption Alumni Symposium 2010, organised by the Austrian Federal Bureau of Anti-Corruption (BAK);
• 20-22 October 2010, Bucharest, participant in the Symposium: “Efficient ways to Investigate Corruption Offences”, organised by OECD Anti-Corruption Network for Eastern Europe and Central Asia and National Anti -Corruption Directorate;
• 15-16 November 2010, Trier, participant in the seminar: “EU Law on Equality between Women and Men in Practice”, organised by ERA;
• 18-19 November 2010, Vienna, participant in the seminar: “Key Issues in Patent Litigation”, organised by the European Patent Academy (EPO) ;
• 30 October-30 November 2010, Bucharest, participant at lectures organised by the French Institute in Bucharest, in collaboration with the National Institute of Magistracy ;
• 30 November 2010, Bucharest, participant, as trainer of the National School of Clerks, at the training lecture of the clerks in the field of Criminal Procedure Law: Preventive Arrest;
• 31 January 2011-11 February 2011, Trier, participant in the intensive training session : “Academy for Young Judges and Prosecutors – European Criminal Justice“, organised by the Academy of European Law (ERA) in cooperation with European Judicial Training Network (EJTN);
• 2-4 March 2011, Bucharest, participant in the working meeting regarding the “Consolidation of the National System for the Identification, Tracing and Confiscation the Product of the Offence and Recovery the Good”, organised by the Ministry of Justice , under the aegis of the United Kingdom Embassy;
• 7 March -7 April 2011, Bucharest, lectures organised by the French Institute in Bucharest, in collaboration with the National Institute of Magistracy;
• 24 March 2011, Bârlad, trainer of the National School of Clerks, in the training lecture of the clerks in the field of Criminal Procedure Law: The Trial – the activity of the clerk before, during and after the trial; Preventive measures and other procedural measures; Modifications of these institutions brought by the Law 202/2010;
• 28 – 29 March 2011, Predeal, speaker at the debate: “ Procedural delayings – Feasible legislative or administrative solutions”, organised under the aegis of Romanian Academic Society and United Kingdom Embassy in Bucharest;
• 18-19 April 2011, Ministry of Justice, Bucharest, participant as a representative of the Bucharest Court of Law to the evaluation type peer-review visit of the United Nation experts regarding the applying by Romania of the ONU Convention on the Transnational Organised Criminality (UNTOC), evaluation as part of the Pilot Project of the Examination Mechanism of the ONU Convention regarding the Transnational Organised Criminality, organised under the aegis of United Nations Bureau for Drugs and Criminality (UNODC);
• 4-5 May 2011, Bucharest, participant at the seminar: “International Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters in Practice”, organised by the National Institute of Magistracy under the aegis of EJTN ;
• 6 May 2011, Sinaia, participant at the debate: “Communication within the Judiciary System”, organized within the Programme “Initiative for a Clean Justice”, a project of the Romanian Academic Society and the Romanian Foundation Freedom House;
• 9-10 May 2011, Bucharest, Prosecutor’s Office of the High Court of Cassation and Justice, participant in the regional Conference: „Unifying the Jurisprudence. Human Trafficking Offences, other prejudicial offences. Investigative methods. Unitary application and interpretation related to the newest provisions of the New Penal Code and Criminal Procedure Code”, organised by the Prosecutor’s Office of the High Court of Cassation and Justice and the Romanian National Union of Judges;
• 19-20 May 2011, Bucharest, participant as a representative of the Bucharest Tribunal at the conference: ”Enhancing the Efficiency and Effectiveness in the Field of Money Laundering and Retrieving the Debts”, (Opening Conference of the Project home/2010/isec/ag/finec-021, developed within the Program “Prevention and Fighting against Criminality) organised by the Ministry of Justice;
• 24 May 2011, Sovata, trainer of the National School of Clerks, in the program organized the field of Criminal Procedure Law: The Trial – the activity of the Clerk before, during and after the trial; Preventive measures and other procedural measures in the light of the amendments brought by the Law 202/2010;
• 14-17 June 2011, Bucharest, participant at the training session : “Negotiations Techniques using French Language” organised by the French Institute in Bucharest in cooperation with National Institute of Magistracy;
• 14-16 September 2011, Bucharest, participant at the seminar: “The New Penal Code. The New Criminal Procedure Code”, organised by the Bucharest Appeal Court within the Program of continuous training at the decentralized Level;
• 19-21 September 2011, Constanţa, participant as an expert at the second training session organised by the Ministry of Justice within the project: “Increasing the Efficiency and Effectiveness in the field of Money Laundering and Assets Recovery ”;
• 29-30 September 2011, Krakow, participant at the seminar: “European Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters- the Economic Crimes”, organised by the National School of Judges and Prosecutors from Sweden in collaboration with European Law Academy;
• 4 October – 4 November 2011, Bucharest, participant in the juridical French training session, organised by the French Institute from Bucharest and National Institute of Magistracy;
• 10 October – 13 October 2011, Sweden, participant as an expert within the Group of Experts in the Field of Fighting Organised Criminality, in the fifth round of mutual evaluation of Sweden in the field of Fighting the Economic Criminality ( Financial crimes and financial investigations, subject decided at the Multidisciplinary Group on Organised Crime (MDG) meeting of 17 June 2008);
• 7-9 November 2011, Timişoara, participant as an expert at the third training session organised by the Ministry of Justice within the project: “Increasing the Efficiency and Effectiveness in the field of Money Laundering and Assets Recovery”;
• 21-23 November 2011, Amara, participant as a trainer in the seminar ”International Cooperation in Criminal Matters”, organised by the National School of Clerks;
• November 2011, participant in the seminars “ Romanian Public Procurement Legislation” and ” Interception of Communications– Special Means of Investigations”, within the Program “Initiative for a Clean Justice”, a project of the Romanian Academic Society and the Romanian Foundation Freedom House;
• 16-18 January 2012, Cluj-Napoca, participant as an expert at the fourth training session organised by the Ministry of Justice within the project: “Increasing the Efficiency and Effectiveness in the field of Money Laundering and Assets Recovery ”;
• 3 February 2012, Bucharest, participant as an expert at the seminar ”Money Laundering. Theoretical and Practical Issues”, organised by the Prosecutor’s Office attached to the Bucharest Court of Appeal;
• 28 March- 4 May 2012, Bucharest, participant in the juridical French training sessions, organised by the French Institute from Bucharest and National Institute of Magistracy;
• 18 -20 April 2012, Paris, participant as an expert at the fifth training session organised by the Ministry of Justice within the project: “Increasing the Efficiency and Effectiveness in the field of Money Laundering and Assets Recovery;
• 27 April 2012, Bucharest, participant at the seminar „EU Antitrust and Anti-cartel Legislation”, organised by Freedom House Romania, in cooperation with the National Institute of Magistracy, European Judges for Democracy and Liberty (MEDEL) and Romanian National Union of Judges (UNJR);
• 7 -8 May 2012, Bucharest, participant at the seminar “Language training on the vocabulary of judicial cooperation in criminal matters” (French group), organised by the National Institute of Magistracy in cooperation with EJTN ;
• 10 -11 May 2012, Alicante, participant in the “Seminar for National Community Trade Mark and Design Court Judges“, organised by The Office of Harmonization for the Internal Market (OHIM);
• 15 -16 May 2012, Brussels, participant as an expert in GENVAL session, presenting the report drawn up within the fifth round of mutual evaluation of Sweden in the field of Fighting the Economic Criminality ( Financial crimes and financial investigations, subject decided at the Multidisciplinary Group on Organised Crime (MDG) meeting of 17 June 2008);
• 7- 9 June 2012, Budapest, participant at the seminar “Advanced training for national judges in the CEE region“ , organised by the Competition Law Research Centre of the Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, with the support of the European Commission and in partnership with the Gazdasági Versenyhivatal (Hungarian Competition Authority) and the Centre for European Constitutional Law (Athens) ;
• 15 June 2012, Focşani, participant as an expert in the seminar ”Tax Evasion. Theoretical and Practical Issues”, organised by Vrancea Tribunal under the aegis of the Romanian Magistrates’ Association (AMR);
• 18- 20 June 2012, Amara, participant as a trainer in the seminar ”International Cooperation in Criminal Matters”, organised by the National School of Clerks;
• 27-29 June2012, Koln, participant as an expert at the sixth training session organised by the Ministry of Justice within the project: “Increasing the Efficiency and Effectiveness in the field of Money Laundering and Assets Recovery ”;
• 4 -6 July 2012, Predeal, participant at the seminar „EU Antitrust and Anti-cartel Legislation”, organised by Freedom House Romania, in cooperation with the National Institute of Magistracy, European Judges for Democracy and Liberty (MEDEL) and Romanian National Union of Judges (UNJR) ;
• July – September 2012, Bucharest, participant at the French training sessions, organised by the French Institute from Bucharest within the programme „Le français dans la Diplomatie et la Fonction publique” , under the aegis of the International Organisation of La Francophonie ;
• 19 – 31 august 2012, Spa, Belgium, participant at the intensive training course in French within the programme „Le français dans la Diplomatie et la Fonction publique”, organised by the Dialogues Languages, under the aegis of the International Organisation of La Francophonie ;
• 7-8 November 2012, Bucharest, participant at the seminar ”The New Penal Code”, organised by the Bucharest Appeal Court and the National Institute of Magistracy within the Program of continuous training at the Decentralized Level;
• 12-14 November 2012, Bucharest, Ministry of Justice, participant at the first session of the program
” Building Training forTrainers in the field of Asset Recovery”, supported by the Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative under the aegis of the World Bank Group and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC);
• 15-16 November 2012, Trier, participant in the Basic Training Course on Legal and Technical Aspects of Cybercrime for Judges and Prosecutors, organised by the Academy of European Law;
• 29-30 November 2012, Amsterdam, participant at the final conference ”The Economic and Legal Effectiveness of Anti-Money Laundering and Combating Terrorist Financing Policy”, organised by the Utrecth University, under the aegis of the European Commission;
• 31 January -1 February 2013, Trier, participant in the seminar ”Organised Crime in the EU: Cases, Trends and Tools” organised by the Academy of European Law;
• 20 March 2013, Bucharest, participant at the opening conference of the project ”Fighting Public Procurement Criminality. An Operational Aprroach”, organised by Freedom House Romania, Ministry of Justice, Superior Council of Magistracy, Public Ministry, National Anti-corruption Directorate, National Institute of Magistracy, The Division of Frauds Investigation within the General Inspectorate of the Romanian Police, National Association of the Romanian Specialists in Public Procurement, Expert Forum and Euractiv RO şi UK ;
• 24 March 2013, Bucharest, participant at the debate ”Vulnerabilities in Using European Funds in Romania” that took place within the Programme “Initiative for a Clean Justice”, a project of the Expert Forum and the Romanian Foundation Freedom House, financed by the US Embassy ;
• 25 April 2013, Bucharest, participant at the conference ”Analysing and Dissemination of the Best Practices for the Fight against Cartels” organised by the Competition Council;
• 8-10 May 2013, Predeal, participant at the second session of the program ”Building Training for Trainers in the field of Asset Recovery”, supported by the Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative under the aegis of the World Bank Group and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC) ;
• 1 April 2013- 13 May 2013, Bucharest, participant at the French lectures organised by the French Institute in Bucharest, in collaboration with the National Institute of Magistracy;
• 16 -17 May 2013, St.Julians, Malta, participant at the seminar ”Making the Fight against Corruption in the EU more Effective” , organised by the Academy of European Law and OLAF;
• 29 – 31 May 2013, Bârlad, participant as trainer of the National School of Clerks, at the training session of the clerks in the field of Criminal Procedure Law: ”Preventive measures and other Procedural Measures in the light of the New Criminal Procedure Code”;
• 12 June 2013, Bucharest, participant at the debate ”Difficult Problems of Enforcement”, organised by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania, in collaboration with JURIDICE.RO;
• 17-20 June 2013, Bucharest, participation at the Negotiation Techniques in French seminar, organised by the French Institute in Bucharest in collaboration with the National Institute of Magistracy;
• 26-28 June 2013, Bucharest, participation at the first training session of the joint project ”Strengthening the ARO’s (Recovery offices) and Judicial bodies in the EU in the fight against Economic Crime and Asset Recovery”, organised by the Romanian Ministry of Justice through the National Office for Crime Prevention and Asset Recovery (ARO);
• 27 June 2103, e-learning seminar „SIS II for End Users (15/2013)”, organised by CEPOL;
• 11-13 September 2013, Bucharest, participation as representative of Bucharest Tribunal in the working sessions of the Justice Department and at the round table within the project „Increasing the National Efficiency of the Recovery of Crime Proceeds”, organised by the Romanian Ministry of Justice, through the National Office for Crime Prevention and Co-operation with Asset-Recovery Offices ;
• 16 September 2013, Bucharest, participation at the international conference ”Extended Confiscation. How Much Do We Recover? ” organised by Freedom House Romania;
• 29 September – 4 October 2013, Spa, Belgium, participant in the intensive training course in French within the programme ”Le français dans la Diplomatie et la Fonction publique”, organised by the Dialogues Languages, under the aegis of the International Organisation of La Francophonie ;
• 7-11 October 2013, Bucharest, participant at the third session of the program ” Building Training for Trainers in the field of Asset Recovery”, supported by the Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative under the aegis of the World Bank Group and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC) and NIM- Government of Romania;
• 24 -25 October 2013, Trier, participant at the conference „Anti-Money Laundering Conference in the EU „, organised by the the Academy of European Law and OLAF;
• 4-5 November 2013, Prague, participant at the roundtable experts of the CEELI Institute from Prague;
• 11 November -11 December 2013, Bucharest, Bucharest, participant at French lectures organised by the French Institute in Bucharest, in collaboration with the National Institute of Magistracy ;
• 21-22 November 2013, participant at the debate “The New Penal Code and the New Criminal Procedure Codes”, organised by Freedom House Romania;
• 25 – 27 November 2013, Cheia, participant as trainer of the National School of Clerks, in the training session of the clerks in the field of Criminal Procedure Law: Preventive measures and other Procedural Measures in the light of the New Criminal Procedure Code;
• 28 – 29 November 2013, Bucharest, participant in the event ”Human rights and transnational gathering of evidence”, included in the framework of the Criminal Justice 2011 project of the European Commission, entitled: EU seminar for legal practitioners on human rights and transnational gathering of evidence: Developing a European Judicial Culture”, (rapporteur of the workshops entitled “Electronic Evidence and its Admissibility in Criminal Court” and “Freezing, Confiscation and Handing over the Proceeds and Instrumentalities of Crime. Towards an Enhanced Cooperation”, organized by the Romanian Ministry of Justice;
• 7 December 2013, Prague, participant at the experts’ roundtable of the CEELI Institute from Prague;
• 14-15 January 2014, 11-12 February 2014, Bucharest, participant in the conferences ”The New Criminal Procedure Code”, organised by the National Institute of Magistracy;
• 17-19 January 2014, Sovata, participant as trainer of the National School of Clerks, in the first e-learning session for the trainers of the National School of Clerks ;
• 21-22 February 2014, Tbilisi, Georgia, participant as an expert of the CEELI Institute from Prague at the workshop “Combating Corruption and Handling Public Pressure on Judges” , organised by the CEELI Institute from Prague and the High School of Justice in Georgia ;
• 26 February 2014, Bucharest, participant as a lecturer at the conference ”Substantive Changes Brought into Criminal Trial by the New Criminal Codes ”, organised by juridice.ro, the Ilfov Bar and the Ialomiţa Bar, intervention on ”Asset Recovery of the Proceeds of Crime in the New Criminal Legislation”;
• 3-4 March 2014, 10-11 March 2014, Bucharest, participant at the conferences ”The New Criminal Code”, organised by the National Institute of Magistracy;
• 24 March 2014, Bucharest, participant as speaker at the debate ”Money Laundering. Past, Present and Future”, organised by the website www.juridice.ro”;
• 27-28 March 2014, Fareham, participant at the conference „Countering the Illegal Use of the Internet”, organised by the Europea Academy of Law and ACRO (The Association of Chief Police Officers Criminal Records Office);
• 1-2 April 2014, Bucharest, participant at the conference ”The New Criminal Code”, organised by the National Institute of Magistracy;
• 3-4 April 2014, Bucharest, participant at the conference ”Substantive Regulations in the new Criminal Code and in the new Criminal Procedure Code”, organised by the Bucharest University, Faculty of Law;
• 7-11 April 2014, Bucharest, participant at the fourth session of the program ” Building Training forTrainers in the field of Asset Recovery”, supported by the Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative under the aegis of the World Bank Group and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC) and NIM- Government of Romania;
• 8-9 May 2014, Bucharest, participant at the conference “Business Law 2014. The Impact of the New Codes upon the Business Law”, organised by the Bucharest University, Faculty of Law;
• 12 – 15 May 2014, Cheia, participant as trainer of the National School of Clerks, at the training session of the clerks in the field of Criminal Procedure Law;
• 5 June 2014, Bucharest, participant at the conference ”Actual Problems of Institutional and Private European Law” organised by the Bucharest University, Faculty of Law;
• 5 June 2014, Bucharest, participant at the conference “The Rights of Defense in the light of the new Procedural Guarantees”, organised by the National Union of Bars in Romania, the National Institute for the training and further training of lawyers, in partnership with the Bars of Bucharest, Ilfov, Ialomița, Teleorman, Giurgiu and Călărași, Romania’s representative to the Council of the CCJE and the Bucharest Court of Appeal;
• 12-13 June 2014, Bucharest, participant as lecturer at the conference ”The protection of the European Union Financial Interests”, organised by the National Institute of Magistracy and the Anti-Fraud Department (DLAF);
• 25-27 June 2014, Barcelona, participant at the conference “Fines and Crimes in the European Competition Law before Judges”, organised by the European Judicial Training Network and the Judicial School from Spain.
• 21 July -2 August 2014, Poiana Braşov, expert within the program „ The Application of the Future Common Agricultural Policy. Preventing the Fraud and Corruption in order to Protect the European Union Financial Interests” (UMP CESAR Project ”Provision of Consultancy Services for the Organization of Training Courses for the staff of APIA (The Romanian Payments and Intervention Agency for Agriculture);
•2-4 septembrie 2014, Cheia, participant as trainer of the National School of Clerks, at in the training session of the clerks in the field of Criminal Procedure Law;
•10-12 September 2014, Constanţa, expert at the international conference ”Extended Confiscation. How Much Do We Recover? ” organised by Freedom House Romania and The National Institute of Magistracy;
• 17 -19 September 2014, Slobozia, participant at the conference organised within the project „Combating Fraud in the Public Procurement Acquisitions”, organised by Freedom House Romania and The National Institute of Magistracy;
• 21-26 September 2014, Millefeuille Provence, participant at the training session „Le français dans la Diplomatie et la Fonction publique” , organised by Millefeuille Provence Language Center, with the OIF support;
• 6-8 October 2014, Paris, participant at the conference ”Dépistage, Identification, saisie et confiscation des avoirs criminels (et du patrimoine des délinquants) ”, organised by École Nationale de la Magistrature ;
• 16-17 October 2014, Alicante, participant at the OHIM Seminar focusing on the Criminal Aspects
of Counterfeit and Money Laundering, organised by the Office for the Harmoniastion of the Internal Market (OHIM);
• 20-21 October 2014, Braşov, participant as an expert at the ”ECHR Recent Case-Law – Criminal Approach”, organised by the National Institute of Magistracy, interventions on: HUDOC presentation, Right to a fair trial in criminal matters Access to court (Article 6 para.1), Specific aspects of the fair trial in criminal cases (Article 6 para.3 of the ECHR) Right to a fair trial – ECHR recent case-law in Asset Recovery of the Proceeds of Crime, article 1 of Protocol no 1, article no 6 ECHR şi Right to private life regarding the interception of communications (Article 8 of the ECHR);
• 23-24 October 2014, Trier, participant at the seminar ”Financial Crimes: Countering Insider Dealing and Market Manipulation”, organised by the European Academy of Law;
• 2 December 2014, Paris, OECD, participating at the launch of the OECD Foreign Bribery Report;
• 8-10 December, WASHINGHTON, participant as an expert at the conference ”International Corruption Hunters Alliance”, organised by the World BANK, intervention on «Overcoming Barriers in Assets Recovery in Romania’s Jurisprudence”;
• 14 December 2014, Bucharest, participant as a speaker at the debate http://dezbateri.juridice.ro/3295/singur-intre-sechestrul-asigurator-penal-si-confiscarea-extinsa-dreptul-procesual-civil, ” organised by www.juridice.ro;
• 15 January 2015, Strasbourg, participant at the debate « Pour une Europe plus juste, neutralisons les sociétés écran » organised by the European Parlamentary Association and the European Movement Alsace;
• 15 February -8 March 2015, United States of America, participation at the program «Combatting transnational economic crime” organised by the State Department of the United States of America;
• 9 March 2015, Bucharest, speaker at the international conference ”Extended Confiscation. How Much Do We Recover? ” organised by Freedom House Romania and The National Institute of Magistracy, presenting the theme« Romanian Asset Recovery System Vulnerabilities”;
• 10 -11 March 2015, Bucharest, Ministry of Justice, Romanian expert consulted on promotiong the Law on the Management the proceeds of crime ;
• 16-17 March 2015, Bucharest, participation at the workshop “Legislation, Economy, Competition and Administration”, organised by Freedom House Romania and The National Institute of Magistracy”.
• 20 March 2015, Bucharest, participation at the Annual reunion of the Romanian Criminal Sciences Association;
• 24-25 March 2015, Alicante, participation at the OHIM Judges’ seminar on the Sale of Counterfeited Products on Cyberspace, organised by the Office for the Harmonisation of the Internal Market (OHIM);
• 27 March 2015, Bucharest,, participation at the closing conference of the project Combating Fraud in Public Procurement System, organised by Freedom House Romania and The National Institute of Magistracy”.
• 31 March 2015, Bucharest,, participation at the conference „Insolvecny Proceedings”, organised by Grupul de presă Bursa;
• 2 April 2015, Strasbourg, participation at the conference „Les investigations financières et l’analyse financière criminelle au service de la lutte contre la criminalité organisée en Europe”, organised by C.E.I.F.A.C (Le Collège européen des investigations financières et analyse financière criminelle);
• 16-17 April 2015, Paris, participation at the conference”Judicial response to terrorism in the EU: strengthening cooperation to better prevent and react”, organised by ENM (National school for the judiciary, France), IGO/IFJ (Judicial training institute, Belgium) and CEJ ( Judicial training centre, Spain) and GIP Justice Coopération Internationale (JCI);
• 20 April 2015, Bucharest, Ministry of Justice, participation at the conference on the “Criminological study on the corruption causes ”;
• 27-28 April 2015, Kiev, speaker at the conference ”Asset Recovery in Ukraine: Repatriation for Anti-Corruption”, organised by the Ukrainian Anti-corruption Action Centre;
• 5-6 May 2015, Alicante, speaker at the conference Civil versus Criminal Proceedings, including a Focus on Confiscation of Proceeds of Crime presenting the theme “The Confiscation of Proceeds of Crime from a Judicial Perspective” , organised by the Office for the Harmonisation of the Internal Market (OHIM);
• 13 May 2015, speaker at the conference Stronger Judiciary In Eastern Europe presenting the theme ”Asset recovery challenges and ways forward”, organised by Expert Forum;
• 14 May 2015, Bucharest, participation at the final conference ”Extended Confiscation. How Much Do We Recover? ” organised by Freedom House Romania and The National Institute of Magistracy, presenting the theme« Romanian Asset Recovery System Vulnerabilities;
• 27-28 May 2015, speaker/project expert at the session of the project ”New operational tools for EU law enforcement and judicial authorities to conduct financial investigations in transnational cases with asset recovery component”, implemented by the Ministry of Justice, Prosecutorial Office attached by the High Court of Cassation and Justice and The German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation (IRZ);
• 1-2 June 2015, Alicante, expert sy the Cooperation Workshop Establishing a European Intellectual Property Prosecutors Network (EIPPN), ” organised by the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM) and EUROJUST;
• 6-7 June 2015, Prague, participant in the roundtable of the experts of the CEELI Institute from Prague;
• 8-9 June 2015, Nantes, participation in the reunion „Journées des Rencontres Doctorales,” organised by Advanced Sudies Institute of Nantes ;
• 11-12 June 2015, Chişinău, speaker/project expert at the seminar „Promoting the Restaurative Measures in the Fight against Corruption”, organised by National Institute of Justice;
• 15 June – 3 July 2015, Paris, French state government, participation in the CISAP session ”Fight against corruption” organised by the National School of Administration (ENM), fellowship awarded by the French Institute;
• 30 August-2 September 2015, Strasbourg, participation in the Summer School ”Le rapport d’autorité” organised by the Strasbourg University;
• 3-4 September 2015, Alba-Iulia, speaker/project expert at the training session of the project ”New operational tools for EU law enforcement and judicial authorities to conduct financial investigations in transnational cases with asset recovery component”, implemented by the Ministry of Justice, Prosecutorial Office attached by the High Court of Cassation and Justice and The German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation (IRZ);
• 5-11 September 2015, Nice, participation in the Summer School ” L’usage de la force dans les relations internationales : aspects de droit international et de droit européen ”, organised by the University of Nice- Antipolis and the Research French-Italian Research Center, presenting the theme „La mutation du phénomène terroriste : la radicalisation au sein des foyers européens”;
• 18 September 2015, Chişinău, speaker/project expert at the seminar ” Promoting the Restaurative Measures in the Fight against Corruption”, organised by National Institute of Justice;
• 23 September 2015, Drunskai, Lithuania, speaker at the seminar ”IPR infringements and the indemnification”, presenting the theme ”Follow the Money Approach – Confiscation of the Proceeds of IP Crime” organised by the Lithuanian Patent Bureau;
• 24-25 September 2015, Iaşi, speaker/project expert at the training session of the project ”New operational tools for EU law enforcement and judicial authorities to conduct financial investigations in transnational cases with asset recovery component”, implemented by the Ministry of Justice, Prosecutorial Office attached by the High Court of Cassation and Justice and The German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation (IRZ);
• 1-31 October 2015, Freiburg, Research Study Visit at the Max Planck Institute;
• 5-7 October 2015, Paris, participant at the conference ”Dépistage, Identification, saisie et confiscation des avoirs criminels (et du patrimoine des délinquants) ”, organised by the French School of Magistracy;
• 5 October 2015, Paris, participant at the debate „” Consultancy: Criminal Implications”, organised by www.juridce.ro;
• 5-6 November 2015, Poiana-Braşov, participation as expert in the training session of the project ”New operational tools for EU law enforcement and judicial authorities to conduct financial investigations in transnational cases with asset recovery component”, implemented by the Ministry of Justice, Prosecutorial Office attached by the High Court of Cassation and Justice and The German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation (IRZ);
• 16-20 November 2015, Prague, Guest Lecture of the CEELI Institute in the seminar ”Training on Investigation and Prosecution of Official Corruption”, organised by the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe, presenting the theme “Anti-Corruption Efforts in Romania ”;
• 18 November 2015, Brussels, Participation as Romanian Delegate at the seminar ”Organised Crime Economy in Europe”, organised by the European Commission;
• 26-27 November 2015, Chişinău, speaker/project expert at the seminar „Promoting the Restaurative Measures in the Fight against Corruption”, organised by National Institute of Justice;
• 7-8 December 2015, Braşov, Braşov, speaker/project expert at the ”ECHR Recent Case-Law – Criminal Approach”, organised by the National Institute of Magistracy, interventions on: HUDOC presentation, Right to a fair trial in criminal matters Access to court (Article 6 para.1), Specific aspects of the fair trial in criminal cases (Article 6 para.3 of the ECHR) Right to a fair trial – ECHR recent case-law in Asset Recovery of the Proceeds of Crime, article 1 of Protocol no 1, article no 6 ECHR şi Right to private life regarding the interception of communications (Article 8 of the ECHR);
• 10-11 December 2015, Poiana-Braşov, speaker/project expert at the training session within the project ”New operational tools for EU law enforcement and judicial authorities to conduct financial investigations in transnational cases with asset recovery component”, implemented by the Ministry of Justice, Prosecutorial Office attached by the High Court of Cassation and Justice and The German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation (IRZ);
• 21 January 2016, Bucharest, participation as an expert presenting ”Asset Recovery System in Romania” at the invitation of British Embassy;
• 4-5 February 2016, Poiana-Braşov, participation as expert at the training session of the project ”New operational tools for EU law enforcement and judicial authorities to conduct financial investigations in transnational cases with asset recovery component”, implemented by the Ministry of Justice, Prosecutorial Office attached by the High Court of Cassation and Justice and The German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation (IRZ);
• 14 February 2016, Brașov, participation as an expert at the confernce ”Digital Enhancement Tools for Investigative Journalists”, presenting the theme „Asset Recovery. Theoretical and Practical Implications”, organised by Freedom House Romania and the US Embassy;
• 23 February 2016, Bucharest, participation at the conference ”Illicit Migration- a new Test for EU Member States”, organised by the Associations Liderjust, A.R.D.A.E. and Romania U.S. Alumni;
• 23 February 2016, Bucharest, participation at the 10th anniversary conference of Konrad Adenauer Foundation;
• 25-26 February 2016,, Poiana-Braşov, , participation as an expert at the training session of the project ”New operational tools for EU law enforcement and judicial authorities to conduct financial investigations in transnational cases with asset recovery component”, implemented by the Ministry of Justice, Prosecutorial Office attached by the High Court of Cassation and Justice and The German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation (IRZ);
• 17-18 March 2016, participation as expert at the training session of the project ”New operational tools for EU law enforcement and judicial authorities to conduct financial investigations in transnational cases with asset recovery component”, implemented by the Ministry of Justice, Prosecutorial Office attached by the High Court of Cassation and Justice and The German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation (IRZ);
• 23 March 2016, Chişinău, participation as an expert at the seminar ” Promoting the Restaurative Measures in the Fight against Corruption”, organised by National Institute of Justice;
• 29 March 2016, Skopje, participation as an European Commission Expert in the Expert Mission on the Support to the Special Prosecutor Office/TAIEX – JHA IND/EXP 61873 SKOPJE; presenting “Asset Recovery of Proceeds of Crime Derived from Corruption Offences. The importance of Financial Investigations to Tackle Financial Crime ”;
• 4 April 2016, Bucharest, speaker at the seminar în cadrul Improving Techinques in the Fight against VAT Fraud , presenting ”The recovery of proceeds of crime in cases related to VAT fraud” organised by the Prosecutor Office attached by the High Court of Cassation and Justice;
• 7-8 April 2016, Poiana-Braşov, participation as expert in the training session of the project ”New operational tools for EU law enforcement and judicial authorities to conduct financial investigations in transnational cases with asset recovery component”, implemented by the Ministry of Justice, Prosecutorial Office attached by the High Court of Cassation and Justice and The German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation (IRZ);
• 9-10 April 2016, Predeal, participation as an expert at the seminar „Press and Justice” presenting The Role of Offshore Structures in Criminal Mechanisms, organised by Freedom House and the US Embassy;
• 13-15 April 2016, participation at the seminar “European Cooperation in the Fight against Cybercrime”, organised by the National Institute of Magistracy
• 26 April 2016, participation at the debate over Freedom House Report on Asset Recovery, organised by Freedom House;
• 3-4 May 2016, participation at the seminar Confiscation of Proceeds of Crime in the IPR Field, organised by EUIPO;
• 12-13 May 2016, Poiana-Braşov, participation as expert in the training session of the project ”New operational tools for EU law enforcement and judicial authorities to conduct financial investigations in transnational cases with asset recovery component”, implemented by the Ministry of Justice, Prosecutorial Office attached by the High Court of Cassation and Justice and The German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation (IRZ);
• 19-20 May 2016, Trier, participation at the seminar ”FREEZING, CONFISCATION AND RECOVERY OF ASSETS. Tools and challenges. State of play in relation to Directive 2014/42/EU on the Freezing and Confiscation of Instrumentalities and Proceeds of Crime in the EU since Transposition”, organised by the European Academy of Law;
• 25-26 May 2016, London, participation at the International Asset Recovery Conference, organised by Metroplolitan Police;
• 3-5 June 2016, Athens, speaker at the 1ST INTERNATIONAL
COΝFERENCE ON INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW under the Auspices of H.E.
the President of the Hellenic Republic presenting ”Overcoming Barriers in Asset Recovery Transnational Cases”;
• 13-14 June 2016, Bucharest, participation as an expert at the seminar ” Money Laundering. Asset Recovery of Proceeds of Crime, organised by the National Institute of Magistracy and Europena Judicial Training Network, presenting the themes General perspective of Asset recovery Process, in the light of International and Domestic Standards, Romanias Experience in the Fight against Money Laundering and Asset Recovery of Proceeds of Crime;
• 21-23 June 2016, Singapore, participation at the seminar ”20th INTERPOL Police Training Symposium” cu tema ”Enhancing Efficiency in the Recovery the Proceeds of Crime”, organised by Interprol;
• 30 June-1 July 2016, Bucharest, participation as an expert at the training session of the project ”New operational tools for EU law enforcement and judicial authorities to conduct financial investigations in transnational cases with asset recovery component”, implemented by the Ministry of Justice, Prosecutorial Office attached by the High Court of Cassation and Justice and The German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation (IRZ);
• 7-8 July 2016, Bucharest, participation as an expert at the training session of the project ”New operational tools for EU law enforcement and judicial authorities to conduct financial investigations in transnational cases with asset recovery component”, implemented by the Ministry of Justice, Prosecutorial Office attached by the High Court of Cassation and Justice and The German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation (IRZ);

• 26 September 2016, Bucharest, participation at the debate ”Strengthening anti-corruption in the Romanian business sector: The UK Bribery Act and the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Lessons learned”, organised by the UK and the US Embabssies in Bucharest;
• 3-5 October 2016, Paris, participant at the conference ”Dépistage, Identification, saisie et confiscation des avoirs criminels (et du patrimoine des délinquants) ”, organised by the French School of Magistracy;
• 19-21 October 2016, Bucharest, participant at the 5th pan-European Asset Recovery Offices;
• 26-27 October 2016, Seoul, Romanian observer to the Annual General Meeting of ARIN-AP or Asset Recovery Interagency Network – Asia Pacific;
• 2 November 2016, participant at the conference “ Economic Crimes”, organised by Wolters Kluwer Romania;
• 17 November 2016, Brussels, speaker at the European Commission Reunion on ”Expert Meeting on Non-Conviction Based Confiscation and Mutual Recognition”¸
• September 2016-February 2017, Tirana, anti-corruption of the European Commission in the Twinning Project between Austria, Germany and Albania “Support to the formulation, coordination and implementation of anti-corruption policies”, coordinanting component nb.5 , “Combatting the Illegal Financing of Political Parties;
• December 2016-August 2017, London, Visiting Fellow, Institute of Legal Advanced Studies;
• 26 January 2017, Bucharest, expert in the seminar Money Laundering. Theoretical Aspects and Jurisprudential Aspects, organised by Wolters Kluver;
• 9-10 February 2017, Madrid, participant at the conference ”Mutual Legal Assistance in Countering Terrorism and Exchanging Information”, organised by the European Law Academy;
• 7-8 March 2017, Zagreb, participant at the conference “The Life Cycle of the Electronic Evidence” , organised by the European Law Academy;
• 30 June 2017, London, participant as a speaker at the Conference organised under the aegis of London Institute of South Asia “Human Rights in South Asia: Issues and Challenges”
• 17 August 2017, Bucharest, participant as a lector at the Conference “New Rules of Arbitration Proceedings“, organised by the Wolters Kluver Publishing House;
• 2-10 September 2017, Cambridge, participant as a speaker at the 35th “The Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime“ presenting the theme “Protection of the Whistleblowers: The Romanian Perspective“;
• 25-28 September 2017, Pristina, participant as a TAIEX EXPERT at the Evaluation Mission TAIEX JHA IND/EXP 64746 – TAIEX Peer Review Mission on Fight against Organised Crime, High Level Corruption and Money Laundering;
• October 2017-January 2018, Lausanne, Visiting Fellow, Swiss Institute of Comparative Law;
• 10-12 October 2017, Sandanski, Bulgaria, expert at the Risk Monitor project Better Investigation and Recovery of Assets related to Trafficking in Human Beings – funded by DG Home Affairs and Migration, and focused on using open data for the investigation and forfeiture of criminal assets. implemented with partners from Romania (Freedom House, project coordinator) and Italy (Research Center on Security and Crime, RiSSC) presenting the theme “Asset Recovery of Proceeds of Crime Derived from Trafficking in Human Beings . The Importance of Financial Investigations“
• 27 October 2017, Strasbourg, participant at the conference on the Establishment of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO), organised by the European College of Financial Investigations (C.E.I.F.AC.) established within the Strasbourg University;
• 21-22 February 2018, Bucharest, participant at the seminar „Mapping and Visualizing Cross-Border Crime Project “ implemented by Rise Project, the Journalism Development Network and the Rise Project Roumania with the suport of Basel Institute of Governance;
• 27 February 2018, Bucharest, participant at the debate on Money Laundering, organised by Rise Project, Romania;
• 15 May 2018, London, participant at the debate “Artificial Intelligence and Financial Crime: Panacea or Pandora’s Box? “, organised by Queen Mary University of London;
• 24-25 May 2018, Rome, speaker/project expert of the Risk Monitor project Better Investigation and Recovery of Assets related to Trafficking in Human Beings – funded by DG Home Affairs and Migration, and focused on using open data for the investigation and forfeiture of criminal assets. implemented with partners from Romania (Freedom House, project coordinator) and Italy (Research Center on Security and Crime, RiSSC) presenting the theme “Asset Recovery of Proceeds of Crime Derived from Trafficking in Human Beings . The Importance of Financial Investigations“
• 22 June 2018, Paris, participant in the debate “Les Assises de la Compliance“, organised by Thomson Reuters, l’Association du Master 2 Juriste Conformité de Strasbourg, le GRASCO et Le Cercle De la Compliance“;
• 28 June 2018, Bucharest, speaker/project expert within the Risk Monitor project Better Investigation and Recovery of Assets related to Trafficking in Human Beings – funded by DG Home Affairs and Migration, and focused on using open data for the investigation and forfeiture of criminal assets. implemented with partners from Romania (Freedom House, project coordinator) and Italy (Research Center on Security and Crime, RiSSC) presenting the theme “Asset Recovery of Proceeds of Crime Derived from Trafficking in Human Beings . The Importance of Financial Investigations“
• 2-9 September 2018, Cambridge, Speaker at the 36th Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime, interventions on “The Limits of Criminal Law Systems in Recovering Illicit Wealth: The Romanian Perspective“ and “ The Asset Recovery of Proceeds of Crime in South-Eastern Europe“
• 28-30 October 2018, Miami, Speaker at the C5 Conference on Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery, 2018, intervention on asset recovery of proceeds of transnational organized crime
• 25 January 2019, Nassau, The Bahamas, participation at “the 7th Annual Arbitration and Investment Summit: Caribbean, Latin America and Other Emerging Markets“;
• 24th to 27th February 2019, Strasbourg,participation as an expert at the Wrap-up conference STRASBOURG, organized by the CEIFAC (European College of Financial Investigations) and European Commission;
• 27th February-1 March 2019, Dublin, participation at the KNect365 “Fraud Litigation, Enforcement & Contentious Insolvency”;
• 5 March-8 March 2019, New Orleans, participation at the 33rd Annual National Institute on White Collar Crime organized by the American Bar Association;
• 25-26 April 2019, speaker at the Fourth Conference on the Fight Against Corruption organized by the Florida International University College of Law, “HIGH-RISKS, HIGH-REWARDS IN THE GLOBAL FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION” in the panel “JUDGING HIGH PROFILE CORRUPTION CASES: CHALLENGES AND BEST PRACTICES“;
• 22 May 2019, panelist at the debate on the ”Role of Lawyers in Safeguarding Rule of Law in Europe’’, organised by the International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute.

Confirmed attendance list:

• 18 June 2019, Brussels, participation on behalf of the League of the European Research Universities (LERU) at the reception ”Reflecting on the EP Elections”;
• 27-29 June 2019, New York, speaker at the SASE (The Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics) Research Network Annual Conference organized by the editors of “Accounting, Economics and Law: A Convivium” presenting the paper“ Regulatory Arbitrage and Non-Judicial Debt Collection in Central and Eastern Europe -Tax Avoidance and Money Laundering“, co-author with Catalin Stanescu, University of Copenhagen and discussant at the panel “Taxation and Social Responsibility“;
• July 2019-September 2019, Washington, Visiting Fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars;
• 1-8 September 2019 Cambridge, Speaker at the 37th Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime, intervention on the “Cooperation between Private and Public Sectors in the Fight against Financial Crime“.

Monographs:

1.Money Laundering. Theoretical and Practical Issues, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest 2010, ISBN 978-973-127-439-3.
2. Le recouvrement des avoirs criminels en droit français, Éditions Universitaires Européennes, OmniScriptum GmbH & Co. KG, Dusseldorf, Allemagne, 2016, ISBN: 9783841729835

Further publications (Guides):

1. ”The Nature of Seizure and Confiscation of the Proceeds of Crime in the light of European Convention of Human Rights”, p.57-68(10 p.) in “Pespectives of the Asset Recovery OF THE Proceeds of Crime – Theoretical and Practical Issues – Compedium of the project “Supporting the confiscation and recovery of proceeds of crime in Romania”, implemented by Freedom house and National Institute of Magistracy ”, Bucharest, 2015, ISBN 978-973-8098-38;
2. ”Third Party Confiscation – Romanian and European Legislation”, p.69-78(10 p.) in “Pespectives of the Asset Recovery of the Proceeds of Crime – Theoretical and Practical Issues – Compedium of the project “Supporting the confiscation and recovery of proceeds of crime in Romania”, implemented by Freedom house and National Institute of Magistracy ”, Bucharest, 2015, ISBN 978-973-8098-38;
3. ”Combatting Money Laundering: Guide for the Romanian Judges and Prosecutors”, co-author with Elena Hach, within the project ”Supporting the Romanian Judges and Prosecutors Abilities to Fight Corruption and Economic Crime” implemented by National Institute of Magistracy and the Superior Council of the Magistracy, ISBN 978-606-93968-2-7, available on the website of the National Institute for Magistracy at the following address: http://www.inm-lex.ro/fisiere/d_1443/Ghid%20combatere%20spalare%20bani_judecatori%20si%20procurori.pdf,
4. Guide for Romanian Judges and Prosecutors: ”New Operational Tools for EU Law Enforcement and Judicial Authorities to Conduct Financial Investigations in Transnational Cases with Asset Recovery Component”), available on the website of the National Agency of Management of Proceeds of Crime (ANABI) (,https://anabi.just.ro)., co-author with Andreea Uzlău and Helmuth Leithäuser.

Publications in Law Reviews:

• ˝Examinations Regarding Preventive Arrest During the Trial”, in Criminal Law Review no.1/2005, p.132-135, ISSN:1223-0790;
• ˝Audio and Video Intercepts”, in Criminal Law Review no.1/2006, p.106-114, ISSN:1223-0790;
• ˝General Considerations regarding the Evolution of Organised Crime”, in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no. 2/2006, p. 83-121, ISSN:1454-5624;
• ˝European Judicial Bodies Specialized in Preventing and Fighting against Organised Crime” in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no. 2/2006, p. 122-129, ISSN: 1454-5624;
• ˝Romania – the Hub of Organised Crime at National, European and International Level”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no. 2/2006, p. 1-14, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ˝General Considerations regarding the Money Laundering Offence”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no. 2/2006,, p. 65-113, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ˝The Analysis of Judicial Practice regarding the Judge’s Right of Annulling the Abusive Clauses Stipulated in the Contracts”, in the Commercial Law Review no. 9/2006, co-author with Sebastian Olteanu, Lawyer, member of the Bucharest Bar, p. 58-70, ISSN:1220-8515;
• ˝Considerations regarding the Legal Framework of the Judge’s Right of Cancellation the Abusive Clauses Written in some of the Mobile Phoning Service Agreements”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no.2/2006, p. 123-132, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ˝Brief Remarks concerning the Non-fulfillment of the Financial Liabilities. The Judge’s Right and Obligation to Intervene in the Contracts”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no.2/2006, p. 152-163, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ˝The Money Laundering Offence in the German and in the French Regulations”, in Criminal Law Review no.4 /2006, p.124-130, ISSN:1223-0790;
• ˝Community Regulations of the Fundamental Aim of the European Union-Foundation of an Area of Liberty, Justice and Security”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no.4/2006, p.17-33, ISSN: 1584-823X.
• ˝The Right to Freedom and Security in the Light of the European Convention on Human Rights, of the European Court of Human Rights Jurisprudence and of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no.4 /2006, p.74-91, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ˝The Active Subject of the Money Laundering Offence”, in the Criminal Law Review no.1/2007, p.73-77, ISSN:1223-0790;
• “Disputes regarding the Active Subject of the Money Laundering Offence”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no.1/2007, p.66-86, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• “Analysis of the Recycling Process of the Proceeds derived from Criminal Offences”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no.1/2007, p.87-130, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ˝European Regulations on Money Laundering. Particular View upon the Third Directive of the European Parliament and Council of the European Union on the Prevention of the Use of the Financial System for the Purpose of Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no.1/2007, p.131-160, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ˝The Particularity of the Money Laundering Offences’ Investigation”, in the Fiscal Law Review no.8/2007, p.8-11, ISBN:978-973-115-192-2;
• ˝General Considerations regarding the Instruments used in the Money Laundering Process”, in the Fiscal Law Review no.9/2007, p.15-18, ISBN:978-973-115-192-2;
• ˝ The Money Laundering Offence. Distinctions. Connexions with other Economic Offences”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no.2 /2007, p.15 -76, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ˝Romania’s Experience in Preventing and Countering Workplace Violence”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no.2/2007, p.99-110, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ˝ ˝Techniques of Concealing the Origin of the Proceeds of Organised Crime Activities”, in the Fiscal Law Review no.12 /2007, p. 15-18, ISBN:978-973-115-192-2;
• ˝Considerations regarding the Opportunity of Implementing a Common European Strategy in Preventing and Countering Mobbing”, in the Labor Law Review no.6/2007, p.35-46, ISSN:1582-7534;
• ˝The Money Laundering Offence in the light of the Criminal Business Law Regulations”, in the Judicial Studies Journal no. 1-2/2007, p. 51-78, ISSN:1841-6195;
• ˝Differences between The Money Laundering Offence and the Offences of Concealment and the Support for Offenders” in the Judicial Studies Journal no. 3-4/2007, p.69-95, ISSN:1841-6195;
• Review of the event ”The Anti-Discrimination Directives of 2000”, organised by European Law Academy; in the Labor Law Review no.6/2007, p.227-230, ISSN:1582-7534;
• Review of the Monograph ”The Appeal Judgments” published by Mihaela Laura Pamfil at the Hamangiu Publishing House, Bucharest, 2007, in the Criminal Law Review no.1/2008, p. 241-242, ISSN:1223-0790;
• ˝Ruling the Mobbing in the Romanian Penal Legislation” in the Criminal Law Review no.1/2008, p. 112-118, ISSN:1223-0790;
• ˝ Typologies of Money Laundering deriving from Trafficking in Human Beings and Smuggling of Persons” in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no.2/2008, p.49-59, ISSN:1454-5624;
• ”Countering the Money Laundering in the Chinese Legislation and in the Legislation of the State of Hong Kong”, in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no.2/2008, p.60-63, ISSN:1454-5624;
• ˝Considerations regarding the Connexions between the Money Laundering Offence and the Terrorism Financing”, in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no.2/2008, p.193-201, ISSN:1454-5624;
• ˝Perspectives regarding the Prevention and Combating of Money Laundering and Corruption”, in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no.2/2008, p.135-149, ISSN:1454-5624;
• ˝The Judicial Corruption Seen from Inside”, in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no.2/2008, p.126-134, ISSN:1454-5624;
• ˝Perspectives regarding the Judicial Co-operation in Criminal Matters in the light the Lisbon Treaty”, in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no.2/2008, p. 156-192, ISSN:1454-5624;
• ˝Considerations regarding Corruption- both Part and Favoring Element of Economic Criminality”, in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no.2/2008, p. 207-221, ISSN:1454-5624;
• ˝Considerations regarding the Connexions between the Money Laundering Offence and Corruption”, in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no.2/2008, p. 230-242, ISSN:1454-5624;
• ˝The European Court of Justice and the Non bis in idem Principle”, in the Criminal Law Review no.3/2008, p.115-121, ISSN:1223-0790;
• ˝ Updating the Attempts of Classifying the Main Crime Activities from Romania”, in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no.3/2008, p. 69-78, ISSN:1454-5624;
• ˝Aspects of the Judicial Practice on the European Arrest Warrant”, in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no.4/2008, p.38-45, ISSN:1454-5624;
• ˝International Criminal Regulations regarding the Obligation to Order Seizure and Confiscation of the Proceeds of Crimes”, in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no.4/2008, p. 46-40, ISSN:1454-5624
• ˝Considerations upon the Process of Rapprochement of the Criminal International Regulations regarding Money Laundering”, in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no.4/2008, p.51-54, ISSN:1454-5624;
• ˝ Countering the Money Laundering in the Swiss Legislation”, in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no.4/2008, p.55-57, ISSN:1454-5624;
• ˝Countering the Money Laundering in the Principality of Liechtenstein Regulations”, in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no.4/2008, p. 58-61, ISSN:1454-5624;
• ”International Judicial Assistance in Criminal Matters. Communication and Notification of Judicial Acts during the Criminal Trial”, in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no.4/2008, p. 62-73, ISSN:1454-5624;
• ” Obtaining Evidence through the International Rogatory Commissions in Criminal Matters”, in the Review of Criminology, Forensic Science and Penology no.4/2008, p.74-83, ISSN:1454-5624;
• ”Trade Based Money Laundering Typologies”, in The Fiscal Law Review no.6/2008, p.27 -31, ISSN: 1841-7779;
• ”The Misuse of Corporate Vehicles, Including Trust and Company Service Providers” ,I n the Fiscal Law Review no.7/2008, p.28-33, ISSN: 1841-7779;
• ”Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Through the Real Estate Sector”, in the Fiscal Law Review no.9/2008, p.29-37, ISSN: 1841-7779;
• ”New Trends of the Money Laundering Process” , in the Fiscal Law Review no.10/2008, p.31-35, ISSN: 1841-7779;
• ”The Awareness of Customer Due Diligence Requirements according to the Law 656/2002 on the Prevention of Money Laundering and on setting up of Certain Measures for the Prevention and the Combating the Terrorism Financing”, in the Fiscal Law Review no.11/2008, p.29-34, ISSN: 1841-7779;
• ”Distinctions between the Concepts Analyzed in the Money Laundering Process”, in the Fiscal Law Review no.12/2008, p.28-33, ISSN: 1841-7779;
• ”Theoretical and Judicial Aspects regarding the Provisional Measures taken during the Investigation of Money Laundering Offences”, in the Judicial Studies Journal no. 1-2/2008, p.108-137, ISSN:1841-6195;
• ”Money Laundering Typologies involving the Politically Exposed Persons”, in the Judicial Studies Journal no. 3-4/2008, p. 111-130, ISSN:1841-6195.
• ”The Staff of the National Office for Prevention and Control. Money Laundering Offences”, in the Criminal Law Review no.1/2009, p.129-133, ISSN:1223-0790;
• ”The Evaluation of the Romanian Regulations regarding the Prevention of Money Laundering Measures in the light of International Standards”, in the Fiscal Law Review no.1/2009;
• ”The Patterns of Analyzing the Money Laundering Process ”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no.3/2009, p. 89-95, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ”Considerations upon the System of Legal Means outlined by the Provisions of the Special Law used in the Investigation of the Money Laundering 0ffences” , in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no.3/2009, p. 109-117 , ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ”Considerations regarding the Offences stipulated by art. 24 of the Law no. 656/2002”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no.3/2009, p.130-143, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ” The Money Laundering Offence and the Offence of Concealment”, in the Criminal Law Review no.4/2009, p.91 -106, ISSN:1223-0790;
• ” Does the Financial Guard Represent the Romanian State or Does It Not?”, in the Criminal Law Review no.2/2010, p.176-180, ISSN:1223-0790;
• ” Considerations regarding the Grounds of the Solution not to Initiate Prosecution in case of Fraud in Conventions Offence, in the hypothesis of Issuing Uncovered Promissory Notes”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no. 3/2010, Review Edited by The Public Ministry, The Prosecutor Office of the High Court Of Cassation and Justice, p. 165-167, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ” Probative Relevance of the Audio and Video Interceptions. Distinctions”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no. 3/2010, Review Edited by The Public Ministry, The Prosecutor Office of the High Court Of Cassation and Justice, p. 146-162, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ” Aspects on Solving the Complaint Against Prosecutor’s Ruling Regarding the Extension of the Preventive Measure of Not to Leave The Country”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no. 3/2010, Review Edited by The Public Ministry, The Prosecutor Office of the High Court Of Cassation and Justice, p. 186-187, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ” Appeal to Execution. Withdrawal. Competent Court”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no. 3/2010, Review Edited by The Public Ministry, The Prosecutor Office of the High Court Of Cassation and Justice, p. 189, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ” Interruption the Prescription Term by Emitting the European Arrest Warrant. Distinctions”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no. 3/2010, Review Edited by The Public Ministry, The Prosecutor Office of the High Court Of Cassation and Justice, p. 173-175, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ” Verifying the Preventive Arrest When Receiving the Prosecutor’s File. Exigencies”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no. 3/2010, Review Edited by The Public Ministry, The Prosecutor Office of the High Court Of Cassation and Justice, p. 190-193, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ” De lege ferenda Proposals regarding Incrimination, Prevention and Fight against Money Laundering”, in the Bucharest University Annual Law Review, no.IV/2010, p.37-60, ISSN: 1011-0623;
• ” The Offence of Money Laundering. Related Offences, in Criminal Law Review no. 4/2010, ISSN: 1223-0790, p. 75-89 , ISSN: 1223-0790;
• ” Considerations on the Necessity to Improve the Legal Frame of Communications Intercepting”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no. 1/2011, Review Edited by The Public Ministry, The Prosecutor Office of the High Court of Cassation and Justice, p.85-104 , ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ” About the Necessity of Seizing the Profits Obtained as a Result of Revaluation of the Incomes Derived from Criminal Activities”, in the Review of Juridical Notes and Studies, http://www.juridice.ro/nsj , ISSN: 2066-0944, also published on the website: www.curierulfiscal.ro.;
• ” The Importance of Seizing the Incomes Derived from Criminal Activities, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no. 2/2011, Review edited by The Public Ministry, The Prosecutor Office of the High Court of Cassation and Justice, p.85-104, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ” Procurement. Changing the Legal Classification. Reevaluating the Leniency Circumstances. (A Critical Note to the Penal Decision no.1012/R of 09th May 2011 pronounced by the Appeal Court of Bucharest, First Penal Section)”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no. 2/2011, Review edited by The Public Ministry, The Prosecutor Office of the High Court of Cassation and Justice, p.61-77 , ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ” The Court with the Material Competence to Determine the Inadmissibility of the Appeal after the Modifications of the article 2781 al. 10 of the Criminal Procedure Code”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no. 2/2011, Review edited by The Public Ministry, The Prosecutor Office of the High Court of Cassation and Justice, p.104-110, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• ” Preventive Arrest. The Lack of Reasonable Suspicion in the light of European Court Of Human Rights Principles, emphasized in the TSONEV Judgment no. 2 versus Bulgaria”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no. 2/2011, Review Edited by The Public Ministry, The Prosecutor Office of the High Court of Cassation and Justice, p.119-123, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• “The Content of the Disclosure Obligation to the National Office for Prevention and Control of Money Laundering, in the light of FATF Recommendations“, in the Fiscal Law Review, no.8-9 /2011, p.25-33 (9 p.), ISSN: 1841-7779;
• “Reflections and De lege ferenda Proposals regarding Incrimination, Prevention and Fight against Money Laundering”, in Criminal Law Review no.3/2011, p.107-122 (16 p.), ISSN: 1223-0790;
• “The Court with Functional Jurisdiction to Judge Appeals after Re-trail” in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no.1-2/2012, Review Edited by The Public Ministry, The Prosecutor Office of the High Court of Cassation and Justice, p. 14-17, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• “The Necessity to Extend the Sphere of the Abuse of Procedural Law Perpetrators” in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no.1-2/2012, Review Edited by The Public Ministry, The Prosecutor Office of the High Court of Cassation and Justice, p. 18-20, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• “The Necessity to restrictively Interpret the Optional Grounds for Execution of a European Arrest Warrant in the Transnational Organised Crime Cases”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no.1-2/2012, Review Edited by The Public Ministry, The Prosecutor Office of the High Court of Cassation and Justice, p. 28-36, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• “Jurisprudential Aspects of the Application of the Abbreviated Procedure provided by article 3201 of the Criminal Procedure Code”, in the Review Doctrine and Jurisprudence no.1-2/2012, Review Edited by The Public Ministry, The Prosecutor Office of the High Court of Cassation and Justice, p. 21-27, ISSN: 1584-823X;
• “Abbreviated Trial Procedure. Solutions of the Legal Practice”, in the Criminal Law Review no.3/2012, p.58-65(8 p.), ISSN: 1223-0790;
• ” About the Compatibility of some Acquittal Grounds with the Simplified Procedure”, in the Theory and Judicial practice, nr. 1-2 / 2013 Review Edited by the Romanian Association of Public Prosecutors, no.1-2/2013; p.93-96 (4 p.) ISSN: 2344-3111;
• ”De lege Proposals regarding the Incompatibility of the Judge in the New Criminal Procedure Code”, in the Theory and Judicial practice, no.1-2 / 2013, review printed by the Romanian Association of Public Prosecutors; p.120-132 (13 p.), ISSN: 2344-3111;
• ” Aspect regarding the Territorial Competence for Solving of Requests formulated in the phase of Execution of Punishments”, in the Theory and Judicial practice, nr. 1-2 / 2013 Review Edited by the Romanian Association of Public Prosecutors, no.1-2/2013p.111-119 (9 p.) ISSN: 2344-3111;
• ” Analysis of some of the Valences of the «Ne bis in idem» principle through the Provisions of art. 3002 of the Criminal procedure code „, in the Theory and Judicial practice n. 1-2 / 2013 Review Edited by the Romanian Association of Public Prosecutors, no.1-2/2013p.97-110 (14 p.) ISSN: 2344-3111;
• ” Reflections on Money Laundering Incrimination proposed within the Project of Law for the Implementation of the new Criminal Code” „, in the Theory and Judicial practice n. 1-2 / 2013 Review Edited by the Romanian Association of Public Prosecutors, no.1-2/2013p.81-92 (12 p.) ISSN: 2344-3111;
• ” Some critical Observations regarding the Provisions of the Freezing Measures in order to confiscate the Proceeds of crime in the new Criminal Law „, in the Theory and Judicial practice n. 1-2 / 2013, Review Edited by the Romanian Association of Public Prosecutors, no.1-2/2013 p.156-165 (10 p.) ISSN: 2344-3111;
• ” Revocation of the Precautionary Measure of Seizure in view of Confiscation. Lack of Appeal of the prosecutor. Relevance”, in the Theory and Judicial practice n. 1-2 / 2013, Review Edited by the Romanian Association of Public Prosecutors, no.1-2/2013 p.166-167 (2 p.) ISSN: 2344-3111;
• ” Reflections and proposals of lege ferenda concerning the taking of Precautionary Measures during the Trial ” in the Theory and Judicial practice n. 1-2 / 2013, Review Edited by the Romanian Association of Public Prosecutors, no.1-2/2013, p.133-155 (23 p.) ISSN: 2344-3111;
• ” Restraint Measures Taken over the Common Assets of the Spouses. Legality”, in the Romanian Case Law Review n.3/2013, p.109- 113 (5p.) ISSN:1844-6450;
• ” Restraint Measures in View to Further Confiscation. Persons Against Whom the Precautionary Measure can be Taken”, the Romanian Case Law Review, n. 4/2013, p. 138-143(6p.) ISSN: 1844-6450;
• ”Money Laundering. Autonomy. Active Subject ” , in the Romanian Case Law Review, n. 4/2013, ISSN: 1844-6450, p. 122- 140 (19 p.), also published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the website http://www.juridice.ro/nsj;
• “Tax Evasion. Criteria Considered in Assessing the Danger to Public Order. The Analysis of the Interference of Proportionality with Regard to the Right to Privacy, Family and Private Life, Incident to the Deprivation of Freedom” in the Romanian Case Law Review, n. 1/2014, p. 119-126 (8 p) , ISSN: 1844-6450;
• ” Tax Evasion. Criteria Considered in Analyzing the Request of Provisional Release Under Judicial Control” (A Critical Note to the Penal Decision no. 1993/R of 24th October 2013 pronounced by the Appeal Court of Bucharest, Second Penal Section), in the Romanian Case Law Review. n.2/2014, p. 145-150 (6 p) , ISSN: 1844-6450;
• ”Money Laundering. Restraint Measures” , in the Criminal Law Review no.4/2013, p.79 -95 (16p.), ISSN: 1223-0790;
• ”Considerations regarding the Judges Incompatibility in the Romanian Law”, in Criminal Law Review n.2/2014, p. 76-90 (15 p) also published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the website http://www.juridice.ro/nsj;;
• ”Restraint Measures. Crimes prescribed by Law no. 241/2005”, in the Romanian Case Law Review n.2/2015, . 87-103 (17 p.) ISSN: 1844-6450;
• ”Money Laundering. Autonomy. Mitior Lex. International Standards”, in the Romanian Case Law Review n.1/2015, p. 86-104 (19 pages), ISSN: 1844-6450;
• ” Nature of Confiscation in the Romanian Criminal Process”, published in Criminal Law Review n.4/2014, ISSN: 1223-0790;
• ”Some Juridical Problems regarding the Restraint measures during the Judicial Phase”; published in the Romanian Case Law Review nr.6/2015, 172-187 (16p.), also published on universuljuridic.ro: http://www.universuljuridic.ro/sechestrul-dispus-in-faza-de-judecata-cale-de-atac-constitutionalitate/
• ”Restraint measures during the Judicial Phase”. Appeal. Constitutionality in the Romanian Case Law Review n.5/2015, 113-122 (10 p.) ISSN: 1844-6450 also published on universuljuridic.ro: http://www.universuljuridic.ro/sechestrul-dispus-in-faza-de-judecata-cale-de-atac-constitutionalitate/
• ”Contestation against the Execution of Judgment: upon the Necessity to Explain the Valence of Syntagm „Free of any Incumbencies” for the purpose of Sanctioning the Lack of the Tenant’s Preemptive Right to purchase the Rented property in the Procedure provided by art. 598 par. 1 thesis I let. c) of the Romanian Criminal Procedure Code. Irrelevance (1) ”, published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the website http://www.juridice.ro/nsj;
• ”Contestation against the Execution of Judgment: upon the Necessity to Explain the Valence of Syntagm „Free of any Incumbencies” for the purpose of Sanctioning the Lack of the Tenant’s Preemptive Right to purchase the Rented property in the Procedure provided by art. 598 par. 1 thesis I let. c) of the Romanian Criminal Procedure Code. Irrelevance (2) ”,, published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the website http://www.juridice.ro/nsj;;
• ” Reflections upon the Remedy against Seizure Orders disposed during the Appeal Stage, in the light of the Principles set out in Decision no. 24 of 20 January 2016 on the objection of unconstitutionality of the provisions of art. 250 par. (6) CPP ”, published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the website http://www.juridice.ro/nsj;
• ”Notary. Consultancy in putting in place Criminal Typologies. The Competence of Hearing the Appeal against the Seizure Order in the Criminal Proceedings”, published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the website http://www.juridice.ro/nsj;
• ”Magistrates. Disciplinary Liability. Limitation Period. Considerations regarding on the Remedies to appeal the resolution of dismissal / defferal the case to the Disciplinary Section of Judges from the Superior Council of Magitracy”., published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the website http://www.juridice.ro/nsj;
• ”Critical Considerations regarding the Asset Recovering Regime in the Process of Transposing the Directive 42/2014”, published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the website http://www.juridice.ro/nsj;
• ”Magistrates. Valences of Incompatibility. The legal Force of an Individual Administrative Act. On the Judges’ Obligation to Argument their Judgments, in the light of the Principles Set out in the Case-Law of the Constitutional Court”, published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the website http://www.juridice.ro/nsj;
• ”Brief Considerations on the Abrogation of the Provisions of art. 71 of Law no. 303/2004 on the Statute of Judges and Prosecutors („Law No. 303/2004”), published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the website http://www.juridice.ro/nsj;
• ”Brief Considerations regarding the Illegality of the C5 Panels of the Romanian Supreme Court”, published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the website http://www.juridice.ro/nsj;
• ”Brief Considerations on the Public Interest Nature of Disclosing the Membership to the Romanian Freemasonry by the Romanian Judges and Prosecutors”, published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the website http://www.juridice.ro/nsj;
• ”Brief Considerations on the Principle of Immediateness, in the light of Judicial Inspection’s Caselaw . UPDATE: Expell from the Judiciary””, published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the website http://www.juridice.ro/nsj;
• ”Brief Considerations on the Illegality of the Protocol concluded between the Romanian Intelligence Service and the Superior Council of Magistracy”, published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the website http://www.juridice.ro/nsj;
• ”Brief Considerations on the Illegality of the Remedy adopted on October 9, 2017 by the Fiscal and Administrative Litigation Section of the Supreme Court with a view to Unify Judicial Practice””, published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the website http://www.juridice.ro/nsj;
• ”Brief Considerations on the New Proposals of Amending the Criminal Code in the field of Extended Confiscation””, published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the website http://www.juridice.ro/nsj; and http://www.contributors.ro/administratie/justitieordine-publica/succinte-observa%C8%9Bii-privind-regimul-noilor-modificari-aduse-penal-in-materia-confiscarii-extinse/
• ”Brief Considerations on the New Proposals of Amending the Criminal Procedure Code in the field of Precautionary Measures ”, published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2344-3111, and on the websites http://www.juridice.ro/nsj et http://www.contributors.ro/administratie/succinte-observa%C8%9Bii-privind-regimul-noilor-modificari-aduse-codului-de-procedura-penala-in-materia-masurilor-asiguratorii/
• ”Again on the Active Subject of Money Laundering: Remedies to Neutralize the Consequences of the Infringement of the Acquis Communautaire by the Romanian Constitutional Court”, published in the Review of Notes and Juridical Studies, ISSN: 2066-0944, and on the websites http://www.juridice.ro/nsj and http://www.contributors.ro/administratie/din-nou-despre-subiectul-activ-al-infrac%C8%9Biunii-de-spalare-a-banilor-remedii-pentru-neutralizarea-efectelor-nerespectarii-acquis-ului-comunitar-de-catre-curtea-constitu%C8%9Bionala-a-romaniei.

Other publications printed whithin academic conference:

Participation in the National Symposium ”The Financial and Economic Criminality”, organised by the Faculty of Law and Administrative Sciences of the Craiova University, Craiova, 17-18.03.2006, presenting the study ˝General Considerations regarding the Organised Crime. Special Considerations regarding the Money Laundering Offence”; p. 223-234, ISBN-973-742-271-6;ISBN-978-973-742-271-X;
Participation in the 16th edition of the Annual Session of Communications, organised by the Faculty of Law of Petre Andrei University, Iaşi, 17-19 mai 2006, presenting the studies:
˝ Short Considerations regarding the Consequences of the Civil Liability”; co-author with Mihaela Cristina Grădinariu, Judge at the first ordinary Court of Constanta, p.261-277; ISSN 1454-5683;
˝ The Right to a Healthy Environment in the Light of the European Court of Human Rights Jurisprudence and of the European Communities Regulations”; co-author with Corina Eugenia Jianu, Judge at the first ordinary Court of Constanta; p.278-289; ISSN 1454-5683,
˝Considerations regarding the Offences Regulated by the Law no.31/1990 on Business Companies”, co-author with Sebastian Olteanu, Lawyer, member of the Bucharest Bar, p. 289-310, ISSN 1454-5683;
Participation in the National Symposium: ˝ The Priorities of the Accession in the European Union”, Drobeta-Turnu-Severin, 2-3.06.2006, presenting the studies:
˝Comparative Examination on Probation, the Fundamental Institution of the Future Repressive Regulations”, co-author with Cristinel Zaharia, Assistant professor at the Faculty of Law of Drobeta-Turnu-Severin University;
˝Theoretical Analysis of the Judicial Practice in the Matter of Conditional Pardon and Conditional Suspension of the Punishment Execution”, co-author with Cristinel Zaharia, Assistant professor at the Faculty of Law of Drobeta-Turnu-Severin University;
˝The Content of the Preliminary Trial Investigation Acts”, co-author with Cristinel Zaharia, Assistant professor at the Faculty of Law of Drobeta-Turnu-Severin University;
˝The Nature and the Functions of the Preliminary Trial Investigation Acts ”, co-author with Cristinel Zaharia, Assistant professor at the Faculty of Law of Drobeta-Turnu-Severin University, ISBN 973-742-371-2; ISBN 978-973-742-371-9; ISBN 973-742-373-9; ISBN 978-973-742-373-3;
Participation in the Congress of Criminal Sciences ˝Criminal Law Politics and Regulations for Preventing and Countering the Crimes and Offences against Person and Property”, Constanţa, 25-27 Mai 2006, organised by the Faculty of Law and Administrative Sciences of Andrei Şaguna University, Constanţa, presenting the studies:
˝The Right to Physical Integrity in Light of the provisions of Article no.3 of the European Convention on Human Rights”;
˝The Money Laundering Offence – the Last Stage of the Organised Crime Clans’ Activities. Considerations regarding the Transnational Consequences of this Offence”;
˝Elements of Tradition and Innovation in The Fulfillment of the Fundamental Aim of the European Union: Foundation of an Area of Liberty, Justice and Security, in the Light of the Treaty Establishing a Constitution for Europe”;ISBN : 973-732-038-7
Participation in the International Symposium ”The Integration of the Romanian Criminal Law Principles and Regulations in the European Law”, organised by the Faculty of Law and Administrative Sciences of the Craiova University, Craiova, 26-28.10.2006, presenting the study ˝European Regulations regarding the Offence of Money Laundering”, p. 200-210, ISBN- 978-973-742-463-8; ISBN-973-742-463-1;
Participation in the 17th edition of the Annual Session of Communications, organised by the Faculty of Law of Petre Andrei University, Iaşi, 17-19 mai 2007, presenting the studies:
˝Proportionality between the Goal of Protecting Witness and the Principle of the Fair trial. Is Romania’s Legislation in accordance with the European Court of Human Rights CaseLaw” p.191-210; ISSN: 1454-5683;
˝The Rights of the Accused Person of a Criminal Charge Offence” p.165-190; ISSN: 1454-5683;
Participation in the International Symposium ”The European Law and the National Law” organised by the Faculty of Law and Administrative Sciences of the Constanţa University, Constanţa, 4 July 2008 presenting the study ,,Considerations regarding the Politically Exposed Persons in the light of the European Regulations”;
Participation in the International Conference organised by the Faculty of Law and Administrative Sciences of the Timişoara University, Timişoara, 23-25 October 2008 presenting the study: ”Moving towards a Risk-based Supervision Approach in order to prevent Money Laundering”;
Participation in the National Symposium in honorem prof. univ. dr. George Antoniu, organised by The Romanian Association of Penal Sciences and the University Spiru Haret, Bucharest, the Faculty of Law and Administrative Sciences of Râmnicu Vâlcea, presenting the theme: ”Considerations regarding Certain Inconveniences of Implementing the New Paradigm based on Profit in order to Confiscate the Proceeds and Instrumentalities of Crimes”, published at the Sitech Publishing House, Craiova, Romania, 2009, ISBN: 978-606-530-496-3.;
Participation in the National Conference “Criminal Code between continuity and innovation”, organised by the Doctoral School of the Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest and the Centre for Criminal Law presenting the study ” De lege ferenda Proposals regarding Incrimination, Prevention and Fight against Money Laundering”, in the Bucharest University Annual Law Review, no.IV/2010, p.37-60, ISSN: 1011-0623;
Participation in the Scientific Session “New Criminal Legislation – a new Stage in Strengthening the Romanian Rule of Law“ 28-29 October 2011, organised by the University “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University, Faculty of Law together with the Romanian Association of Penal Sciences presenting the themes: “About the Necessity to Reconsider the Provisions regarding the Preliminary Hearing phase in the Future Criminal Legislation “ published at the Universul Juridic Publishing House Bucharest, 2012, p. 362-373 (12 p.), ISBN: 978-973-127-772-1; and “De lege ferenda Proposals to Stipulate, Expressis Verbis, the Sanction of Non-Fulfilment of the Obligation of the Submission of an Application of a Judge’s Withdrawal as soon as the Party discovers the Incompatibility Case” published at the Universul Juridic Publishing House Bucharest, 2012, p. 265-280 (16 p.), ISBN: 978-973-127-772-1;
Participation in the Scientific Session “New Criminal Legislation – a new Stage in Strengthening the Romanian Rule of Law“, 26 October 2012, organised by the Romanian Association of Penal Sciences with topics: “Comments upon the Money Laundering Provisions proposed within the Project of Law for the Implementation of the new Criminal Code”, p.251-268(18 p.), in the Review of the Conference published at the Universul Juridic Publishing House Bucharest, 2012 ISBN 978-606-673-009-9 and “Critical Observations upon the Provisions regarding the Restraint Measures for the purpose of Confiscation the Proceeds of Crime within the new Criminal Procedure Code”, in the Review of the Conference published at the Universul Juridic Publishing House Bucharest, 2012 p.269-283(14 p.), ISBN 978-606-673-009-9.