Born in Siena in 1989, he graduated with honours from the “Alma Mater Studiorum” - University of Bologna in 2013 with a thesis on Commercial Criminal Law entitled "Corruption between "old" rules and current legislation". During his university period he spent a semester of study at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (NL).
He won a scholarship in 2014 to undertake a PhD course in "Scienze Giuridiche – PhD in Legal Studies", addressing Criminal Law at the Law School of the University of Bologna, collaborating with Criminal Law Professors and Commercial Criminal Law Professor Nicola Mazzacuva. In 2018 he obtained the title of PhD, with a thesis in economic criminal law entitled "The criminal relevance of abuse of tax law”.
Lawyer and member of the Bar of Lawyers of Siena, he was awarded the "Toga d’argento" for the best evaluation obtained in the relative barrister exam (2015 session).
He mainly deals with issues relating to criminal law – in particular white collar crimes – and corporate law, in the context of which he provides ongoing consultancy in favor of important industrial and financial realities, including public participation or control.
He is a member and acting Chairman of the Supervisory Board (Organismo di Vigilanza), pursuant to Legislative Decree no.231/2001, of cooperatives and companies, including multinationals, based in Italy.
It also defends companies investigated or accused pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/2001 at a judicial level.
Author of numerous scientific publications in criminal law, he participates as a speaker in conferences and training courses.
Foreign language: English.