- Bucharest Bar Association
- Ph.D University Professor at “Titu Maiorescu” University, Bucharest, Romania
- Associate Professor at Ovidius University in Constanta
- Main contributor for the Romanian Jurisprudence Journal
- IBA Member
- EELA member
- University of Bucharest, Law School, Ph.D Labour law
- International School of Comparative Law from Strasbourg
- Labour Department of USA, Acknowledging Certificate “The problems of women in the work relations in the East-European countries”
- Federal mediation and conciliation Service of the United States, Graduation certificate for the course regarding negotiation problems
- Cornell University – Ithaca, New York, Graduation certificate “The problems of women at their workplace”
- Chambers & Partners 2022 – Band 1 – Employment
- Legal 500 in 2022 – Tier 1 – Employment
- “The negotiation of the collective labour agreement”, Omnia Uni Publishing House, Brasov
- “The Labour Code –Comments”, Vol. I +II, C.H. BECK Publishing House
- “Business Law”, Smaranda Angheni, Magda Volonciu, Camelia Stoica, C.H. BECK Publishing House, Bucharest, Coauthor, IVTH Edition, revised and modified
- “The collective transfer”, Romanian Review of Labour Law, no. 2/2004
- “Some aspects regarding the protection of the persons elected in leadership positions in union internal bodies”, Romanian Review Of Labour Law, no. 4/2004
- “Absolute and relative nullity”, Romanian Review Of Labour Law, no. 1/2005
- “Le syndicalism roumain, Entre centralism excesiff et mouvement browenien”, Revue roumaine des sciences juridiques, nr. 2/1990.
- “Traits caracteristiques de la nouvelle legislation du travail”, Revue roumaine des sciences juridiques, nr. 1-2/1991
- Study sustained within the special international project – SOCIAL PROTECTION IN EUROPE CONVERGENCE, INTEGRATION, ACCESSION AND LABOUR
Founding managing partner Magda Volonciu is a university Professor, Ph.D in labour law, Ph.D coordinator for labour law and author of numerous scientific papers in this field with real practical and theoretical dimensions. She is consistently ranked in Band 1 by Chambers and Partners Europe that nominated her as “the most influential lawyer in labour law in Romania”(2009) and as dean of this field (2011) and a “key individual in the employment law market” (2015). Her practice focuses on consultancy and litigation services on all aspects related to employment, social insurances, and industrial relations legislation, practical interpretation of laws that impact the activity developed by the client, strategic planning, and management of work relations.
The firm she is coordinating is known to put great emphasis on developing outstanding relations with its clients, protecting their interests, and keeping them informed at all times about the legal developments in the labour field, through its e-services and direct communication.