Research fields

• Strategies for judicial reform
• The National and International Legal Framework
• Human Rights Protection at National and International Levels
 
•Strategies for judicial reform

This research field focuses on aspects regarding the judicial reform developed by the competent authorities and public institutions of the Romanian state, on several branches of law: civil law and civil procedure, criminal law and criminal procedure, commercial law, administrative law, constitutional law, financial law and tax law, environmental law as well as relevant interdisciplinary aspects identified in this judicial reform process.

•The National and International Legal Framework

This research field focuses on aspects regarding the legislation in force from different such areas of law as: civil law and civil procedure, criminal law and criminal procedure, commercial law, administrative law, constitutional law, financial law and tax law, environmental law as well as the correspondence between these legal provisions and their counterparts from EU law and international law.

•Human Rights Protection at National and International Levels

This research field focuses on aspects regarding the legislation in force from the field of human rights at national level, in the European Union, at the Council of Europe, in other overseas international organizations functioning either at national level or from the United Nations.

In order to conduct thorough legal research, several research themes are identified in every area of the law in such a way as to facilitate the scientific study and analysis of narrower domains so that the research could centre not only on issues of legislation but also on the Romanian and foreign legal doctrine, on the national jurisprudence constructed by the High Court of Cassation and Justice and by the Constitutional Court of Romania as well as on the relevant European jurisprudence issued by the European Court of Human Rights and by the Court of Justice of the European Union.