Alina has acquired significant experience in white collar crime, developing her key qualifications in this field over her eight years of practice. A highly enthusiastic practitioner, she has provided legal assistance and representation in noteworthy white collar crime cases involving a multitude of charges, such as organised crime, corruption offences and malfeasance in office, tax evasion or money laundering, brought against national or foreign individuals and legal entities.
Alina ensures legal services before the Romanian judicial bodies subject to any level of jurisdiction and in the course of all phases of criminal proceedings. Other related areas of keen interest are the European protection of human rights and international judicial cooperation in criminal matters. Alina has recently signed up to pursue courses in English law.
Alina holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law, as well as a Master’s Degree in Advanced Criminal Science from the Transilvania University of Brasov. Alina is also a graduate of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures within the same university.