• Professional experience:

    She joined the Firm in 2020. She is an administrative lawyer and gained experience through her work with primary law firms specializing in administrative law, in particular:
    - procurement contracts and concessions for public works, supplies and services; in public accounting procedures regarding the public allocation of financing procedures and the atypical events deriving from the execution of contracts;
    - she provided consultancy services to public companies (national and international), assisting them with the tender procedures for the awarding of contracts and services, as well as in disputes arising from the awarding of tenders; the advisory services were carried out through telephone consultations or onsite meetings (which took place at the premises of the assisted companies), by supporting the managers and officials in the drafting of the procedural documents; in addition, she also assisted the same public companies in regulatory proceedings relating to the imposition of sanctions or in relation to energy tariffs before Independent Authorities;
    - organizational modules for the management of public services (concessions, joint ventures, special companies);
    - procedures that are competence of the independent regulatory authorities of the telecommunication sector, including assistance in legal proceedings against the related measures;
    - administrative profiles of transport law;
    - disputes against the provisions of the Supreme Judicial Council regarding the managerial and semi-managerial positions of ordinary magistrates;
    - disputes arising from public competitions;
    - disputes concerning the administrative-accounting responsibility of government officials and employees towards third parties and their administration.


    Law degree with honors at the University of Florence in 2005. Thesis focused on compensation for damages to legitimate interests. She has a PhD (in jurisdictional protection of specific legal situations) from the University of Perugia. She has collaborated with the chairs of administrative law at the “Università degli studi del Molise”, “Università degli Studi del Salento” and “LUISS Guido Carli- Rome”, participating in Research Projects of National Interest (Progetti di Ricerca di Interesse Nazionale – “PRIN”).



    Maria Novella Di Giandomenico Senior Associate


    Office: Rome

    Practice: Public Law and Procurement

    Admitted to Italian Bar in 2009. Iscritta all'Ordine degli Avvocati di Larino.

    Languages: English, Italian