Vladimir Diaconiță

Managing Associate


  • Doctor in law summa cum laudae, Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest, 2017
  • Post-graduate diploma in arbitration – Cologne Academy of International Commercial Arbitration (2015)
  • Post-graduate diploma in international commercial arbitration – Swiss Arbitration Academy (2014)
  • Post-graduate diploma in construction claims/FIDIC arbitrations – Prime Consulting (2014)
  • Master’s Degree (LL.M.), summa cum laude – University of Fribourg, Bern and Neuchatel, Switzerland (2013)
  • Master’s Degree (LL.M.) – University of Bucharest, Romania (2012)
  • Law Degree (LL.B.) – University of Bucharest, Romania (2010)


  • Bucharest Bar
  • National Association of the Romanian Bars

Vladimir Diaconiță is highly educated, enthusiastic and flexible and he always goes above and beyond to find the best legal solution. Drawing on his strong academic background, he is both a litigator and a consultant, with extensive knowledge in the law of contracts, intellectual property, arbitration and construction law.

Vladimir is a faculty member of the University of Bucharest since 2010, teaching contract law, inheritance law and intellectual property.

Vladimir’s recent professional experience chiefly comprises of:

advising a prominent Romanian waste collection and recycling company on an intricate multimillion case concerning the transfer pricing of certain intellectual property rights;

assisting a high profile player on the construction market in a much debated public procurement criminal case brought against him;

negotiating and drafting a sophisticated cross-border license and assignment agreement for the transfer of IP over a software controlling and managing agricultural machinery;

representing an important Romanian IT firm in a dispute concerning the infringement of software copyright;
advising one of the largest European financial institutions with regard to issues of real estate development and M&A;

giving advice to a contractor in several arbitral disputes, all in regard to one of the largest infrastructure works in Romania (valued at over EUR 200 million);

assisting several international contractors and subcontractors of infrastructure works in arbitral proceedings concerned with Romanian contract law;

representing one of the most salient players on the Romanian food products market in trademark cases;

representing several Romanian financial institutions in a multi-million cross-border recovery of debt against the heirs of one of the wealthiest and most prominent Romanian individual;


June 2017 – present: Managing Associate, Răzvan Dincă & Asociații;
October 2015 – June 2017: Partner, Diaconiță SCA;
April 2012 – October 2015: Senior Associate, Răzvan Dincă & Asociații;
January 2012 – April 2012: Junior Lawyer, RTPR Allen & Overy;
November 2010 – March 2011: Trainee, RTPR Allen & Overy;
June 2009 – September 2009: Trainee, Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen.