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Madalina Moraru

Dr. Madalina Moraru is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Law Faculty of the Masaryk University, Brno where she has obtained a research grant for the project on Reforming European Administrative Governance in times of crisis: Common or disjunctive sector regulatory models (EUADMIN-GOV). She is also a Research Fellow at the European University Institute (EUI), Centre for Judicial Cooperation (CJC), in Florence, Italy, where she is coordinating the legal training on asylum and migration, and on the interpretation and application of the EU Charter in various EU law fields. She is the editor of Distinguished Lecture Series Papers, of the European University Institute, Centre for Judicial Cooperation.

She obtained her Doctoral Degree in Law from the European University Institute with a thesis entitled Protecting (unrepresented) EU citizens in third countries: the intertwining roles of the EU and its Member States). She has a magna cum laude LL.M. in European Law from Durham University (2008), as well as from the EUI (2010), and a LL.B. from the Faculty of Law, Bucharest (2007). Her research interests include the law and policies of EU external relations, consular and diplomatic law, fundamental rights, judicial dialogue,  asylum and migration, and EU citizenship law.

She has been regularly invited to speak as expert on EU law issues by EU Institutions and international and non-governmental organisations. She has been the advisor for a Member of the European Parliament. She is also the founder of the non-governmental organisation, European Centre for Legal Expertise, which is actively participating in policy analysis and drafting in the field of human rights. She has won several EU-funded grants on fundamental rights, EU policy implementation and legal training (ACTIONES, e-Nact) She has extensive expertise in coordinating European wide projects involving research and consultancy in the field of asylum and migration and fundamental rights.

She has published extensively on the topic of the EU citizenship rights, fundamental rights, judicial dialogue and asylum and migration. The following are among her recent publications:

Articles in peer-reviewed Journals

  • Faro & Moraru, “La questione dell’effettività del diritto dei cittadini europei alla protezione diplomatica e consolare nei paesi terzi. I risultati del progetto CARE (Citizens Consular Assistance Regulation in Europe)” in Rivista Italiana di Diritto Pubblico Comunitario, 2011, fasc. 3-4;
  • Moraru, “Protection of EU citizens abroad: A legal assessment of the EU citizen’s right to consular and diplomatic protection”, in Centro Studi Sul Federalismo, Perspectives on Federalism, Vol. 3, issue 2, 2011; available at http://www.on-federalism.eu/index.php/articles/100-protection-of-eu-citizens-abroad-a-legal-assessment-of-the-eu-citizens-right-to-consular-and-diplomatic-protection ;
  • Moraru and Larik, “Introduction: Ever-Closer in Brussels – Ever-closer in the World?” in Revista Romana de Drept European, No. 5/2011;

 Books/ chapters

  • Moraru and Andresan-Grigoriu, “Consumer Protection in Romania” in Consumer Debt and Social Exclusion, edited by Hans-W. Micklitz, and Irina Domurath, Ashgate, 2015;
  • Moraru, “Securing consular protection of the EU citizens in the world: what role for the EU?” in S Poli and I Govaere, EU Governance of Global Emergencies, Brill, 2014;
  • Mario P. Chiti, Madalina B. Moraru, “The right to consular protection before and after Lisbon” published in European Citizenship and Consular Protection New Trends in European Law and National Law edited by: Faro, Chiti and Schweighofer, Editoriale Scientifica Napoli, 2013;
  • Moraru & S Faro, “Comparative analysis of legislation and practice on consular protection and assistance of the 27 EU countries” published in European Citizenship and Consular Protection New Trends in European Law and National Law edited by: Faro, Chiti and Schweighofer, Editoriale Scientifica Napoli, 2013;
  • Mario P. Chiti, S Faro, Madalina B Moraru, E Schweighofer, “Consular protection of EU citizens: State of the art, current challenges and the future prospects” published in European Citizenship and Consular Protection New Trends in European Law and National Law edited by: Faro, Chiti and Schweighofer, Editoriale Scientifica Napoli, 2013.

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