Madalina Bianca Moraru, Ph.D., LL.M.


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Curriculum Vitae

Person-Related Identification Information
  • Dr. Madalina Moraru, Ph.D., LL.M., Nationality: Romanian
Department
  • Judicial Studies Institute – Faculty of Law
Academic Appointments
  • 2017 - :Post-doctoral Researcher, Judicial Studies Institute, Faculty of Law, Masaryk University 2017- :Research Fellow, Centre for Judicial Cooperation, European University Institute, Italy 2017-2018: Academic collaborator, University of Trento, Italy 2015-2016: Post-doctoral researcher, the Migration Policy Centre – Robert Schuman Centre of the European University Institute, and Centre for Judicial Cooperation, EUI, Italy 2013-2017: Research Associate, Centre for Judicial Cooperation, European University Institute, Florence, Italy 2010-2011: Legal Expert, Istituto di Teoria e Tecniche dell'Informazione Giuridica - ITTIG (Italian National Research Council), Consiglio Nazionale di Ricerca, Italy
Education and Academic Qualifications
  • 2015: European University Institute (Florence) Ph.D. (Protecting (unrepresented) EU citizens in third countries, supervisor: Marise Cremona) 2010: European University Institute (Florence) LL.M. (The International Responsibility of the EU for Common Foreign and Security Policy Acts, supervisor Marise Cremona) 2008: Durham Law Faculty LL.M. (Magna cum laude, The expanding powers of the EU under the Common Foreign and Security Policy, supervisor Antonis Antoniadis) 2008: International Institute of Human Rights “René Cassin" (Strasbourg), Certificate in International and European Human Rights Protection 2007: Faculty of Law of Bucharest University, LL.B. (The Legal Regime governing the Delimitation of Maritime Zones under Public International Law)
Professional Experience
  • 2009: Research Assistant, European Parliament Member, Renate Weber 2009: Legal Counsellor at Romanian National Council for Refugees (NGO-implementing partner of the UNHCR) 2009: Legal Counsellor at Romanian Governmental Agent before the European Court of Human Rights 2006: training lawyer at Linklaters Law Firm, Bucharest Office
Teaching Activities
  • VOCATIONAL TEACHING: 2013-: Trainer for legal practitioners on: EU Law, Asylum and Migration, Non-Discrimination, EU Charter, Judicial Interaction Techniques and Litigation Strategies in fundamental rights at the Centre for Judicial Cooperation and Migration Policy Centre of the European University Institute (Florence) 2014: Invited External Trainer on EU Fundamental Rights, EU Public law, migration and non-discrimination at the Romanian National Institute of Magistracy (Bucharest) 2013-: Invited External Trainer on European Fundamental Rights, EU Procedural Law, Asylum and Criminal law at the Scuola Superiore della Magistratura (Superior School of Magistracy) TEACHING 2020: The Fundamentals of EU law seminar in English at the Faculty of Law, Masaryk University 2019: EU asylum and immigration law, International Summer School in Refugee Law and Rights organised by Palacký University (Olomouc) 2018: Eu asylum law at ERA Summer School for interpreters of the CJEU and European Parliament 2017: Invited Guest Lecturer, EU citizenship at University of Parma 2012: Seminar on EU citizenship, leaded by Profs. M. Cremona and L. Azoulai at European University Institute (Florence)
Academic Administration
  • 2013 - :Management of 6 EU funded projects at the Centre for Judicial Cooperation and Migration Policy Centre (Florence) 2013 - : Coordination of the CJC network of academic experts and legal practitioners on migration (28 academics and 28 national judges) 2009/2012: Assistant to Professors: Marise Cremone, Loic Azoulai, European University Institute (Florence) 2009/2010: Academic coordinator of the RELEX Working Group (40 students) European University Institute
Visiting position
  • 2012: Visiting Researcher at the Institute of European and Comparative Law, University of Oxford
Membership in academic networks
  • 2017- : Odysseus Network (Academic Network for Legal Studies on Immigration and Asylum in Europe), Academic Representative for Romania
Activities Outside University
  • 2018- :Associate Member of the International Association of Refugee and Migration Law Judges SOLICITED CONSULTANCY: European Commission, European Parliament, Deloitte, College of Europe, Millieu, Romanian National Council of Bars, CCBE on topics regarding EU citizenship, EU asylum and immigration, judicial dialogue, EU fundamental rights
Awards Related to Science and Research
  • 2019: Grant awarded by the European Commission, DG Justice funding the Project TRIIAL - TRust, Independence, Impartiality and Accountability of judges and arbitrators safeguarding the rule of Law under the EU Charter, running at the Centre for Judicial Cooperation, EUI (duration: 1 January 2020- 30 June 2023) 2017: Grant awarded by the Law Faculty, Masaryk University, Czech Republic to fund a three year research project: Reforming European Administrative Governance in times of crisis: Common or disjunctive sector regulatory models (EUADMIN-GOV) (duration Nov 2017 - Nov 2020) 2017: Grant awarded by the European Commission, DG Justice funding the Project Enact, running at the Centre for Judicial Cooperation, EUI (duration: November 2017-November 2019) 2015: Grant awarded by the European Commission, DG Justice to fund the Project ACTIONES, running at the Centre for Judicial Cooperation (duration November 2015 – November 2017) 2014: Grant awarded by the European Commission DG Justice to fund the Project Charterclick!, running at the University of Florence (duration February 2014 – February 2016) 2013: Grant awarded by the European University Institute Research Council to fund research projects on judicial cooperation in international and EU law related topics run by the Centre for Judicial Cooperation (duration: 2013-2015) 2012: Grant awarded by the European Commission DG Justice to Project - European Judicial Cooperation and Fundamental Rights practice of National Courts – Unexplored Potential of Judicial Dialogue Methodology, running at the Centre for Judicial Cooperation (duration 2013- 2014) 2009: Romanian Government Award to fund my PhD in Law at the European University Institute 2008: First prize winner of a scholarship at the International Institute of Human Rights – “René Cassin” in Strasbourg, France
Major Publications
  • MORARU, Madalina Bianca a felicia NICA. A practical evaluation of border activities in Romania: control, surveillance and expulsions. In Sergio Carrera and Marco Stefan. Justicing Europe’s Frontiers: Effective Access to Justice in Bordering and Expulsion Policies. UK: Routledge, 2020. Series Routledge Studies in Human Rights. ISBN 978-0-367-19580-9. URL info
  • MORARU, Madalina Bianca, Galina CORNELISSE a Philippe DE BRUYCKER. Law and Judicial Dialogue on the Return of Irregular Migrants from the European Union. UK: Hart Publishing, 2020. ISBN 978-1-5099-2296-3. URL info
  • MORARU, Madalina Bianca. Judicial Dialogue in Action: Making Sense of the Risk of Absconding in the Return Procedure. UK: Hart, 2020. 20 s. ISBN 978-1-5099-2296-3. URL info
  • MORARU, Madalina Bianca. An Analysis Of The Consular Protection Directive: Are Eu Citizens Now Better Protected In The World? Common Market Law Review, 2019, roč. 56, č. 2, s. 417-461. ISSN 0165-0750. Web časopisu Repozitář MU info

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