BirthdayJuly 3, 1980
BirthplaceBucharest, Romania

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  1. About Andrei Radulescu

    Full name: Andrei Radulescu
    Also known as: Rădulescu, Andrei, Andrei Rădulescu
    Professions: Camera Department, Cinematographer, Make Up Department

  2. Andrei Radulescu Known for

    Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj (2006), Summer Holiday (2008), Second in Command (2006), Timber Falls (2007)

  3. Andrei Radulescu Death information

    Died: Wednesday, 30th of September, 1959 (Age: 20)

  4. Andrei Radulescu Biography

    Andrei Rădulescu (November 28, 1880 – September 30, 1959) was a Romanian jurist. He served as president of the High Court of Cassation and Justice from 1938 to 1940, and as president of the Romanian Academy from 1946 to 1948.Born in Chiojdeanca, Prahova County, his parents belonged to the moșnean class of landowning peasants. He had one sister who survived into adulthood. He attended primary school in his native village between 1887 and 1893, enrolling in the Peter and Paul High School in Ploiești in 1894. Interested in engineering, history and law, in 1905 he graduated from the University of Bucharest's law faculty, completing courses at its literature and philosophy faculty the following year, and earning both degrees magna cum laude. Opting for a legal career, he began teaching a course on international public law at the School of State Sciences in September 1913; he remained on the faculty until his resignation in autumn 1940, teaching civil law. He was a teaching assistant at the law faculty from 1916 to 1920, focusing on the history of Romanian private law. At the Academy of High Commercial and Industrial Studies, where he taught from 1918 to 1947, when he was obliged to retire due to his age, he taught civil, international, commercial and constitutional law. Finally, he taught international public law at a school for soldiers (1920–1940) and one for officers (1931–1940). He wrote over 200 publications in the social sciences, primarily in the legal field. In November 1918, Rădulescu married Constanța Grajdănescu (1896–1952), a member of an old boyar family whose father had been a Senator during the Romanian War of Independence. Their first son died just after being born; another son and three daughters followed.In parallel with his academic career, Rădulescu rose through the court system, beginning as a substitute judge at the Argeș County tribunal in April 1907. In 1908, he became a full judge, being transferred to the Bucharest-headquartered Ilfov County court in 1910. Declared exempt from service in World War I, he remained as a judge in the capital that was occupied by the Central Powers, taking a hard line against abuses committed by the temporary authorities. In 1920, he was promoted to the Bucharest Court of Appeal, rising to the High Court of Cassation and Justice in 1925. Initially presiding over one of its panels, he became president of the entire court in June 1938, under the National Renaissance Front regime. While in this position, in which he acquired a reputation for erudition, he contributed to the 1939 law establishing a fourth court panel and consequent increase in the number of judges, relaunched an updated court publication, obtained pay raises for judges and pushed for a new headquarters, considering the Palace of Justice to be insufficient. On September 6, 1940, the day King Carol II abdicated, a decree removed Rădulescu from the court presidency.In June 1919, Rădulescu was elected a corresponding member of the Romani

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