Ever since I was a child, people have been telling me ‘you are going to be a lawyer when you grow up’. I soon realised that family law would allow me to combine two worlds that seemed so distant at the time: the practice of law and the desire to give a voice to those who are still too young to sit at the table of the grown-ups.
Camilla was born in Motta di Livenza (TV) on 3rd April 1995.
In 2019, she graduated in Law from Bocconi University in Milan. She dedicated the last two years to the in-depth study of international law, also attending a semester at Tel Aviv University as part of an exchange program.
Her first work experience at the Juvenile Court of Milan led to the drafting of a dissertation in criminal procedure entitled “The declarative contribution of the child victim in criminal proceedings: a comparative analysis”.
She also completed an internship at the European Commission. She joined Studio Cesaro in 2020 and since then has been working on family and children law, with a particular interest in international child abduction and international adoptions.
Languages: English and French.