Andrea joined ArbLit in 2021 and his practice focuses mainly on commercial and investment arbitration. He has been involved in several arbitration proceedings under different arbitration rules (ICC, CAM, SCC, LCIA, UNCITRAL) and across a range of industry sectors, in particular energy, construction , and pharmaceutical. He is also part of the litigation team, where he deals with national and cross-border disputes.
Andrea graduated summa cum laude from the Law School of the Catholic University of Milan in 2022 with the dissertation “Self-Preferencing by Digital Platforms and EU Competition Law: An Analysis of the Legal Framework Under Art. 102 TFEU and of the Digital Markets Act”, which explored the challenges that EU competition law is facing with regards to digital platforms and the introduction of a new regulatory regime for digital gatekeepers. During his academic path, he attended the Summer School in International Commercial Law at King’s College London, where he also spent a semester in 2019.
In 2020 he attended the Practical Legal Experience in International Law (Legal Clinics) at Catholic University of Milan. In the same year, he interned at ArbLit for a period of three months.
In 2020-21 he participated in the Twenty-Eighth Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, where he pleaded on the procedural part of the dispute. He is now Coach of the Catholic University of Milan team.