Adrian Sandru


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Adrian is Associate in our White Collar Crimes Defense team. He is an experienced young lawyer with a demonstrated history of working in the white collar crime practice industry. Adrian has acquired a rich experience representing individuals and legal entities in the most complex economic and financial files of the last years, collaborating with the most prestigious law firms in the field of criminal law in business in Romania.
In 2019, Adrian Șandru was awarded “Rising Star in White Collar Crimes Matters” by a Romanian publication, Revista Română de Drept penal al afacerilor 2019. He has published numerous articles in specialized magazines and constantly participates in national and international conferences.

Education & Specials

  • PhD researcher, Criminal Procedure Law School of Advanced Studies of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest 2019 – present
  • Criminal Sciences, Master University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law 2017 – 2018
  • Legal Sciences, Bachelor University „Babeș-Bolyai” Cluj-Napoca, Faculty of Law 2013 – 2017


  • Romanian
  • English
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Who should worry about the European Public Prosecutor’s Office? Posted in: In the Press - Context In just a few months the European Public Prosecutor's Office will be operational - the official date is November 2020. This new institution of the European Union has the… ...
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Measures regarding the criminal proceedings regulated by the state of emergency decree Posted in: COVID-19 - The state of emergency initially instituted in Romania until 14 April has been extended for an additional 30 days as of 15 April 2020. Some additional measures have also been… ...
Is there a risk for companies to be exposed to criminal investigations for non-complying with the measures implemented by the authorities? Posted in: In the Press - Context Following the accelerated spread of COVID-19, the President of Romania declared the state of emergency for a period of 30 days as of 16 March 2020. According to the… ...