He graduated with honours from the Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna, discussing a thesis in criminal procedure entitled 'White collars and corruption: between the enhancement of preventive needs and the ineffectiveness of criminal repression. Is prevention better than repression?".
He practised law at the Marcello d'Ascia law firm, dealing with economic criminal law.
He then collaborated with the TLS firm, linked to the PWC network. During the latter experience, he took part in a high-level training course on tax crimes, as well as a secondment at the legal department of a leading Italian credit institution working with the Financial Crimes and Anti-Money Laundering department.
In 2021, he obtained his licence to practice.
In May 2022 he joined the law firm of Davide Sangiorgio, gaining experience in the field of corporate criminal law with particular reference to tax crimes, bankruptcy crimes and negligent liability.
Since November 2022 he has been a lecturer in the subject of "Criminal liability of entities: procedural aspects" in the Master's degree course in Law of Public and Private Organisations at the University of Milan-Bicocca.
In 2023, she began working with the firm of lawyer Danilo Cilia, where she deals with both judicial and compliance activities pursuant to Legislative Decree 231 of 2001 in favour of Italian and foreign entities.
He works in Italian and English.