Caterina graduated summa cum laude from the Law School of the Catholic University of Milan in 2018 with the dissertation “Big Data and Private International Law”, which explored from a conflict-of-laws perspective the global challenges posed by the contemporary technological and informational revolution.
She has also studied for a year at the University of Vienna holding an Erasmus scholarship.
In 2017 she attended the Practical Legal Experience in International Law (Legal Clinics) at Catholic University of Milan.
In 2017-18 she participated in the Twenty-Fifth Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, where she pleaded on the merits of the dispute. Building on her experience, she is now co-coaching the Catholic University of Milan team.
In 2018 Caterina interned at the Corporate and M&A Department of Simmons & Simmons in Milan.
Upon her graduation, she attended the Private International Law courses at The Hague Academy of International Law, where she also conducted research for the General Course delivered by Prof. Radicati di Brozolo.