After earning her law degree at the University of Bari in 1998, with a final grade of 108/110 and a thesis on civil procedural law entitled “Article 186-quater, the Ruling Following the Close of Discovery”, she passed the licensing examination to practice law in 2001, with a grade of 300/300.
A member of the bar since 2002, in addition to being admitted to practice before the Italian Supreme Court and other high courts, she is a member of the A.G.I. (the Italian Labour Law Association) and an expert in labour and social-security law.
She possesses consolidated experience in the sector, having handled cases for both employers and workers, in and out of the court, on issues of employment relations, individual or collective terminations, corporate restructurings, disciplinary procedures, management affairs and industrial relations.
She worked for a number of years with the law firm Gerardo Vesci & Partners and has been a partner of the LMCA firm since 2016.
She handles cases throughout Italy, supported by the firm and its staff.