Mr Sorin Aungurenci > Biris Goran SPARL > Bucharest, Romania > Lawyer Profile

Biris Goran SPARL

Work Department

Real Estate




Sorin is a veteran of Biriș Goran and its real estate practice, having joined the firm at its inception in 2006, and in 2017 he became a Partner. With over 17 years’ experience, Sorin is a specialist in all aspects of real estate law, and a key member of the firm’s Real Estate practice, with a particular emphasis on zoning and related regulatory matters, construction law (including many FIDIC and other types of construction agreements under his belt), title investigations, and acquisitions. His client base ranges from major multinational investors to local high-net-worth individuals.

In addition to real estate, Sorin has also studied antitrust in graduate school at the University of Amsterdam and has since been involved in antitrust compliance audits and advised clients from various industries ranging from construction materials and FMCG to banking on numerous compliance matters.


Romanian, English


Bucharest Bar (admitted 2007)


• University of Amsterdam, Faculty of International and European Law, Master Programme European Competition Law and Regulations (LL.M., 2011)
• University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law (Law Degree, 2006)
• Attended the International Seminar on “The Practical Use of the 1999 FIDIC Conditions of Contract and the MDB Harmonized Contract 2006” organized by European Construction Ventures in partnership with FIDIC (October 2008, Brussels, Belgium)

Lawyer Rankings

Romania > Real estate and construction

Biris Goran SPARL‘s ‘flexible and client-oriented‘ real estate team is able to handle matters across the industrial, commercial, residential and office sectors for clients spanning institutional real estate investors and developers. As the founder of the NGL Symbio network, the firm has a reach across the CEE region. Daniela Lazea and Sorin Aungurenci co-lead the team: the former focuses on acquisitions while the latter is noted for his experience in zoning and regulatory matters.