Romanian AcademyCouncil of Europe
The Action was carried out with funding from the Council of Europe, within the project "Foster Transparency of Judicial Decisions and Enhancing the National Implementation of the ECHR (TJENI)" funded by the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Regional Cooperation. The views expressed herein can in no way be taken to reflect the official opinion of the Council of Europe


The purpose of the Grant is to support the Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence "Mihai Drăgănescu" (the Grantee) in development of the software anonymisation tool for the judiciary of Romania. The anonymisation tool developed under this grant will lead to the full automation of the anonymisation of judicial decisions in Romania. This will result in improved protection of personal data in judicial decisions, more efficient publication of decisions leading to greater transparency of the Romanian judiciary and improved access to justice. The Superior Council of Magistracy (SCM) , as the owner of the case law database of all judicial decisions in Romania, is the final beneficiary of the anonymisation tool that will be developed as the result of this Action. The resulting anonymization mechanism will be used within the jurisprudence portal

Team members

Dr. Radu Ion, CS II
Dr. Verginica Mititelu, CS II
Dr. Elena Irimia, CS III
Ing. Valentin Badea
Acad. Dan Tufiș CS I
Eric Curea, CS III


Vasile Păiș, Verginica Barbu Mititelu, Elena Irimia, Radu Ion, Valentin Badea, Dan Tufis and Cosmin Sterea-Grossu. 2023. Towards anonymizing the Romanian jurisprudence. In Proceedings of 18th International Conference on Linguistic Resources and Tools for Natural Language Processing (ConsILR-2023), 11-14 December 2023, Brașov, Romania, in press.