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MANUELA GROSU

Senior Fellow – Hungary

Manuela Grosu is as an attorney-at-law at KPMG Legal Tóásó Bálint Law Firm. Her legal practice primarily focuses on corporate/commercial law, international private law and different types of regulatory issues (such as finance, energy).

About Manuela Grosu

Manuela Grosu is as an attorney-at-law at KPMG Legal Tóásó Bálint Law Firm. Her legal practice primarily focuses on corporate/commercial law, international private law and different types of regulatory issues (such as finance, energy).

Her doctoral research focused on international commercial mediation and arbitration, with special emphasis on the interaction between non-binding ADR methods and arbitration in international commercial disputes, with additional emphasis on hybrid procedures.

Ms. Grosu has also worked in support of senior counsel on commercial arbitration cases under ICC and UNCITRAL arbitration rules.

ADR Achievements and Training

  • Mentee, Young ICCA Mentoring Program (2017)
  • Member of the Central European Mediation Institute, Budapest (2016-)
  • Participant, PartnersGlobal Training funded by the JAMS Foundation, “Pathways to Sustainable Mediation,” Vienna (2016)
  • Mediation and Other Methods to Foster Democratic Dialogue, Summer University organized by Central European University (CEU) in cooperation with Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, NY and Hamline University School of Law, MN (2010)
  • Certificate of Completion, 35-hours, Mediation and Other Methods to Foster Democratic Dialogue (part of an academic program fully accredited by the American Bar Association) (2010)
  • Summer University in connection with alternative dispute resolution in Berlin, organized by the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and Tulane University School of Law (2008)

ADR Teaching and Mentoring

  • Eötvös Loránd University of Sciences, Faculty of Law (Budapest), Teaching assignment (Courses: The Combination of Arbitration and Mediation in Resolving International Commercial Disputes, Freedoms of the Single Market –Free Movement of Services)
  • Regularly participates as an arbitrator in Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, Vienna (2015)

Publications and Education

Publications

Chapter 15: Hungary / In: Alexander Nadja; Walsh Sabine; Svatos Martin (editors): EU Mediation Law Handbook: Regulatory Robustness Ratings for Mediation Regimes, Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International (2017)

Hungary / In: Manon Schonewille; Fred Schonewille (editors), Variegated Landscape of Mediation: A Comparative study of Mediation Regulations and Practices in Europe and the World , Manon Schonewille; Fred Schonewille (editors) Hague: Eleven International Publishing (2014)

Editor, The Role of Innovative Teaching and Learning Methods in Legal Education, Pixel: The Future of Education Conference Proceedings, Simonelli Editore (2011)

Educational Qualifications

  • Bar Exam (Hungary, Hungarian qualified lawyer) (2017)
  • Visiting Research Fellow, Yeshiva University, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution, New York (2011-2012)
  • M. in U.S. and Global Business Law for International Business Lawyers, Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA, in cooperation with Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Law (2011-2013) Degree: (2011-2013)
  • Visiting Doctoral Student at Central European University, Budapest (2010—2011)
  • Eötvös Loránd University of Sciences, Doctoral School of Legal Sciences, Department: International Private Law and European Business Law (Budapest) (2009-2012)
  • Erasmus student, T. C. Yeditepe University, Law School (Istanbul) (2008)

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