Marta has gained her professional experience at a leading Milanese firm specialising in criminal law, collaborating in judicial and extrajudicial work in particular in areas such as sexual violence, family abuse, stalking, child abduction, including international child abduction, and family and gender violence.
This experience has allowed her to study in depth several issues related to the protection of vulnerable subjects also in relation with psychologists – psychotherapists in the context of the advisory activities, to maintain relations with the Italian and foreign Central Conventional Authorities with the purposes of activating the procedure provided for by the Hague Convention of 1980, and to carry out her activities also at the Juvenile Court.
She has been working at Morri Rossetti since 2019, dealing with assistance, defence and legal advice in the field of crimes committed with violence to the person and the protection of vulnerable persons as well as in the field of criminal law of the economy and the administrative liability of entities.
She carries out activities to prepare and update Organisational Models pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/2001 and technical support and assistance to the Supervisory Board for major companies in the industrial, manufacturing and IT sectors.
Graduated in Law with honours at the Catholic University of Milan, she is a member of the Italian Bar in Milan since 2015.
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