Our Story

A shared mission to help clients build and consolidate profitable businesses

Founded in 2017 by Oana Ijdelea and Anca Mihailescu, who joined forces after working on opposite sides of the table, our law firm supports local entrepreneurs and international corporations in achieving their goals through integrated, innovative and pragmatic strategies.

Our venture combines Oana’s experience managing her own law firm, where she advised clients in relation to significant energy and real estate transactions and Anca’s expertise acquired while working for one of the largest Romanian law firms, where she managed some of the firm’s most complex energy and M&A related projects.

Clients can thus benefit of the transparent and cost-efficient solutions specific to an up-and-coming firm and of the technical capabilities and market knowledge of a team exposed to sophisticated local and cross-border transactions.

Ijdelea Mihailescu is the exclusive member for Romania of TAGLaw, a worldwide alliance of independent law firms and a division of TAG Alliances.

TAGLaw has received the “Elite” designation from Chambers Global 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.


Our Approach

Result oriented lawyers and advisors, catalysts for continuous added value

With particular focus on Energy and Natural Resources, M&A, Environmental, Regulatory and Compliance and Real Estate and Construction, we provide advice in all practice areas, challenging the conventional ways of thinking and delivering the best possible outcome.

We are dealmakers who combine an extensive network of business leaders and policy-makers with in-depth industry knowledge and broad transactional expertise.

Moreover, we constantly provide support in the process of drafting legislative proposals meant to regulate certain grey areas of the Romanian legislation on matters such as energy, regulatory, environment and real estate.

Our clients value us for our legally sound advice, determination, execution and for the ability to understand specific challenges and interpret them in a broad economic context.