- 1999-2006: Judge;
- 2008-present: lawyer, STOICA & Asociaţii.
- Law Faculty, Babeş-Bolyai University from Cluj-Napoca, 1998;
- National Institute for Magistracy, 1999;
- Asser College Europe, TMC Asser Institute, The Hague, Holland, 2002.
- English and French.
- Member of Bucharest Bar since 2008.
As a pleading lawyer, Veronica Dobozi assisted Romanian and foreign clients in criminal investigations, in contraventional law matters, in litigations before the European Convention for Human Rights, family law litigations, in procedures in connection with international cases of children kidnapping.
The new context generated by the Covid 19 pandemic has also influenced the exercise of personal ties between parents and their minor children when they do not live together. Details, in the article written by Catalina Dicu – Senior Partner, here.
About the adequate answers from the banking system in the context of the Covid 19 pandemic, in the article signed by Ingrid Amelia Apetrei – Senior Lawyer. Details here.
How precise and predictable are the provisions of art. 352 Criminal Code on the crime of thwarting the fight against disease? Some answers formulated by Veronica Dobozi – Partner and Mihai Trandafir – Associate, in the analysis here.
About the legitimate suspicion as a reason for relocation and the reserve obligation of the judges in the hypothesis of complex litigious situations, in the article signed by Valeriu Stoica – Founding Partner and Cătălina Dicu – Senior Partner. Details here.