Vasile has been the co-editor of the European Law Review since its inception in June 2020
Vasile Rotaru is a legal researcher. After several years studying law, philosophy, and logic in France (Sciences Po, Sorbonne) and abroad (Columbia Law School), he joined the PhD program at the University of Oxford (DPhil), to work on a multidisciplinary and comparative analysis of the role of corporate valuations in financial restructurings. He taught private international law at Paris 2 Assas University and the theory of international law at Sciences Po.
More broadly, Vasile is interested in multiple areas of business law, on which he has published several articles in specialized journals, as well as jurisprudence and political philosophy.
Vasile is also qualified to practice law in France (CAPA) and has practiced for several years in the M&A and restructuring departments of several French and international law firms in Paris.
Vasile has been the co-editor of the European Law Review since its inception in June 2020.
Europe – An Eminently Legal Power
What does Europe stand for? The answer is far from straightforward, particularly in the face of increasing internal tensions concerning issues ranging from the migration crisis to the primacy of European law and to the undermining of the rule of law. The conviction defended by this issue of the RED is that any reflection on … ContinuedRead the article
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A plural global governance
At a first glance, it might seem anachronistic to write about global governance, since the era of grand universalist declarations, globalizations of trade and transnational agreements is on the brink of being replaced by that of rediscovered national interests, isolationisms and the selfishness of the “Me First” politics. The crisis – or perhaps the polycrisis … ContinuedRead the article
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