- AMLAWFounder and Senior Lawyer, 2015 - presentAndrea Maggipinto has been a practicing lawyer since 2005. His concentration of legal experience is in Milan, Italy. He continues to gain professional experience in the sector of innovation and technologies. In 2015, Andrea Maggipinto inaugurated AMLAW, a professional firm focused on business law, with special attention to the ICT sector and intellectual properties, in both national and international frameworks.
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- Università di BolognaDottorato di ricerca (Ph.D.), 2006 - 2009Diritto delle nuove tecnologie e informatica giuridica (Ph.D. course in ICT Laws)
- Università di BolognaMaster (LL.M.), 2004 - 2004Master in diritto delle nuove tecnologie e informatica giuridica (LL.M. in ICT Laws)
- Università di BresciaGiurisprudenza, 1996 - 2001
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