Marieta Safta is an associate professor at the Titu Maiorescu University - Faculty of Law from Bucharest (Romania), a tenured professor of the disciplines Constitutional Law and Political Institutions. She is the coordinator of the Master Degree Programme in European Law, professor of the disciplines Constitutional Justice in EU and Constitutional Law of the EU. She is also a Ph.D. supervisor, member of the Doctoral School - Law within the University of Economic Studies in Bucharest (http://doctorat.ase.ro/drept). First-assistant-magistrate at the Constitutional Court of Romania (2010-2022, activity started in 2003 as assistant-magistrate), she was previously legal adviser within the Ministry of Public Finance - DGFPMB). Between 2017-2018, she was Secretary of State at the Ministry of Justice, and between 2012-2017 liaison officer of the Romanian Constitutional Court to the Venice Commission. Marieta Safta is a founding member and co-editor of the Revista de Drept Constitutional/Constitutional Law Review published by "Universul Juridic" Publishing House, member of the IACL - The International Association of Constitutional Law, member of ELI - European Law Institute, member of the Romanian Association of Criminal Sciences, member of the International Criminal Law Association and also a member of International Association of Women Judges. The publication list contains papers, chapters, and monographs in Constitutional Law, European Law, Constitutional Justice, and Criminal Law. She is co-author of the book The dialogue of constitutional judges, Peter Lang, 2016, author of constitutional law and political institutions courses and co-rapporteur for Constitutional Court of Romania at the XVth Congress of the Conference of European Constitutional Courts, under the topic "Constitutional justice. Functions and relationship with the other public authorities", Bucharest, 2011, the XVIth Congress of the Conference of European Constitutional Courts under the topic "Co-operation of Constitutional Courts in Europe – Current Situation and Perspectives", Vienna, 2014, the XVIIth Congress of the Conference of European Constitutional Courts under the topic "Role of the Constitutional Courts in Upholding and Applying the Constitutional Principles", Batumi, 2017, the XVIIIth Congress of the Conference of European Constitutional Courts under the topic "Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms: The Relationship of International, Transnational and National Catalogues in the 21st Century", Prague, 2021, the 4th Congress of the World Conference on Constitutional Justice under the topic "The Rule of Law and Constitutional Justice in the Modern World", Vilnius, 2017 and the 5th Congress of the World Conference on Constitutional Justice under the topic "Constitutional Justice and Peace", Bali, 2022. Research interests: comparative public law, comparative constitutional law and particularly constitutional review, constitutional justice, European law, political institutions.