She concentrates on civil law and corporate law advising French and Italian companies and investors in the day to day business and in connection with extraordinary transactions.
She started her career in 2000 at the Brussels office of the US law firm, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, then at the EU/Competition Law Directorate at the European Commission. In Paris, she worked as in-house counsel at Fiat France, then at the French Law Firm Vovan & Associés.
Since 2005 she is the French correspondent for the Consiglio Nazionale Forense (the Italian Bar Association). In 2010 she founded the Commission Italie (an Italo-French think tank) before the Paris Bar; today she organizes, in her quality of President of the Commission Italie, debates and seminars on legal and economic issues concerning the Italian and French legal systems.
Since April 2012 she is an independent board director and member of the audit committee of Ciments Français.
After having graduated at University of Rome La Sapienza in 1997 (magna cum laude) and at the London School of Economics (General Course Degree) in 1995, she took an LL.M degree at Harvard Law School in 1999.