ANDREA GRAPPELLI is a lawyer, expert Administrative Law and Public Procurement Law and concessions.
He advises major Italian companies who also operate abroad and foreign companies operating in Italy in the sector of public procurement. He developed specific competencies working in national upgrading projects of former industrial areas, public procurement and concessions of ports, airports and motorways, but also carrying out projects concerning real estate and urban development. He worked in major national offices, but he also collaborated with start-ups in the sector of innovation and new technologies. He consolidated his professional experience in Italy, Romania, Belgium and Albania.
Currently he is Lecturer at Master “Corporate Criminal law” – University “Luiss Guido Carli – Business School (Rome) and Adjunct Professor of Legal English (in business and public law) – University “Luiss Guido Carli” – Department of Law (Rome).
He is a member of “Collegio di Coordinamento” – 2019 Bank of Italy – for ABF “Arbitro Bancario Finanziario” (Banking and Financial Ombudsman). He is also the Italian National Representative of Young Lawyers’ Committee of I.B.A. (International Bar Association) and Chairman of Administrative Lawyers Association in Rome – “Camera degli Avvocati Amministrativisti”. Since 2015 he’s been a partner of the law firm “Nunzio Magrone”.
He graduated in Law at Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza” in 2000. He then specialised in International Business Law at London School of Economics, University of Beijing and University of Shanghai.
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