Associate Prof. Flavius Antoniu Baias, PhD
Prof. Romeo Radu Popescu, PhD
Prof. Răzvan Dincă, PhD
The Faculty of Law is one of the oldest faculties of the University of Bucharest, being acknowledged as an independent institution since 1859.
The staff of the faculty perform their activities in the traditional departments: the public law department, the private law department and the criminal law department.
For several generations, the professors of the Faculty of Law have been involved in the editing of the most important laws of Romania: the Romanian constitutions, the criminal and civil codes, the civil procedure code and the criminal procedure code, and they have always been a part of the life of the city, often holding some of the highest positions of the state: presidents of the chambers of the Parliament, prime-ministers, ministers and state secretaries.
The research activity benefits from an adequate organizational structure, and within the faculty there are research centres (The Centre for Constitutional Law and Political Institutions, The Centre for Research in Competition Law, The Human Rights Centre, The Compared Social Law Centre, The General Theory of Law and New Rights Centre, The Centre for Research in the Field of the Intellectual Property Law, The Civil Procedure Centre, The Centre for Research in the field of Criminal Sciences, the Centre for Studies in Commercial Arbitration) in which various scientific activities are carried out: sessions and international conferences, debates, round tables, practical seminars, case studies, experimental lawsuits, methodological seminars, international schools, holiday schools, advocacy contests and essays, magazine launches etc.
The Faculty of Law is part of the prestigious international networks such as the Rotterdam Law Network (which is composed of 30 higher education institutions).
The Faculty of Law of the University of Bucharest is equally and actively part of the Erasmus Plus programme, both when it comes to welcoming students and teachers from the partnering universities as well as by sending students and teachers of the faculty abroad.
Among other, the students can follow one of these career opportunities: judge or prosecutor, lawyer, notary, judicial councillor, European business councillor, councillors within the probation service, judicial executors, insolvency practitioner, clerk, professor and/or researcher within the higher education scene.
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