I decided to study law with the idea of specializing in human rights and dreaming that I would change the world. While growing up, I realized it was harder than I imagined, but I also figured out that every little contribution may make the difference. Then, I believe that working with passion and dedication for the purpose of guaranteeing the protection of fundamental rights, makes it possible to contribute to the creation of a better world for everyone.
Lorenzo Acconciamessa was born in Pescara in 1995.
In 2019 he graduated in Law, cum laude, from the Catholic University of the Sacred Hearth of Milan, with a dissertation in Public International Law and International Human Rights Law.
He is currently a PhD researcher in “Human Rights: Evolution, Protection and Limits” at the University of Palermo and a Teaching Assistant at the Catholic University of Milan for the courses and exams of Public International Law and International Human Rights Law.
Lorenzo has been working with the firm since 2019, where he manages cases dealing with national and international family law, children law, and human rights protection.
In 2020 he participated to the Specializing Course of the “Unione Forense per la Tutela dei Diritti Umani” on the European Convention on Human Rights.
He speaks English and Spanish.