After graduating high school at Liceo Classico Carducci in Milan, I got my Law Degree with full marks at the University of Milan in June 2011, with a dissertation on European Union Law titled “La libertà religiosa in Europa” (“Freedom of religion in Europe”).
I always had an interest in human and peoples’ rights; after an experience at the Prefecture of Milan – Immigration One-Stop Shop, in 2011 I started my forensic practice at the Di Nella Law Firm. In October 2014 I become Lawyer and part of the Milan Bar Association.
I work in civil law, especially with family law, both Italian and transnational, civil law, juvenile law and immigration law.
Since 2011 I’ve been collaborating with the online law review “Diritto&Giustizia” (Giuffré Publisher) where I publish case notes on family and inheritance law. Since 2018 I’ve been publishing case notes also on the online portal ilfamiliarista.it (Giuffrè Publisher).
I attended several training courses concerning human rights and international family law.
I am a member of AIAF, the Italian Bar Association for Family and Minors.
I am a lecturer for training and in-depth courses for professional orders and associations and private organizations. I also take part to school projects concerning social and civil topics.
The issue of violence against women, internationally defined as a violation of human and fundamental rights, has always been one of my main focuses. I volunteer as a legal advisor at CADMI, a shelter house for battered women in Milan.
Since November 2020, I am part of the list set up by the British Consulate of Italian lawyers defending women victims of domestic violence.