Amalia Gogoci


Mobile: +40 746 199 652
Direct line: +40 21 260 78 55

Amalia is Managing Associate in our White Collar Crime team. She has developed a practice exclusively focused on White Collar criminal defense and has gained a broad experience in delivering professional legal services by defending various categories of clients, including, but not limited to joint-ventures, large corporations, banks and other legal entities, as well as individuals prominent in business and political environment.

Amalia has successfully handled cases on major crimes, such as financial fraud, public and private corruption, money laundering, capital markets crimes, forgery throughout all phases of criminal trial and at all levels of criminal judiciary system.

The extensive area of ​​legal services also covers legal advice and crime prevention, developing and implementing compliance policies, as well as coordinating corporate investigations.

Bar Admissions • Affiliations & Memberships

  • Bucharest Bar Association
  • European Criminal Bar Association
  • European Fraud and Compliance Lawyers
  • Association of Certified Fraud Examiners


  • University of Bucharest – Bachelor of Laws
  • University of Bucharest – LL.M. in Judicial Career


  • Romanian
  • English


  • Active trainer in the areas of compliance and crime prevention.
  • Part of the team of lawyers that developed the first Romanian legal app created in order to provide Users with useful information on the behaviour of target entities and individuals involved in an activity conducted by a judicial authority (e.g. police, prosecutors, DNA, DIICOT, court) during the course of investigation proceedings.Our White Collar app is available to download both on App Store and Google Play.
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The measure of preventive detention in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic - Current framework The pandemic of the COVID-19 outbreak worldwide has changed the entire ecosystem of the society and severely affected the professional activity and personal life of each person. All… ...
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… ...
The new False Statements offence and how not to become a nation of criminals Posted in: COVID-19, COVID-19 - Starting 23 March 2020, became applicable the measure imposed through the Military Ordinance no. 2/2020 on measures for preventing the spread of COVID - 19 according to which, between the… ...
New Romanian Criminal Law provisions. Or not? - The amendments to the Romanian Criminal Code, the Criminal Procedure Code and the Law on Judicial Organization have been, over the last year, subject to numerous and long controversies both… ...