On 4 December 2017, Karl Depypere, from Antwerp (Belgium) started a two weeks visit at Studio Legale Mordiglia in the Genoa offices. Karl is an attorney at Roosendaal Keyzer, a Belgian law firm with a long standing relationship with Studio Legale Mordiglia. During his visit, he was involved in some cases and had the chance to familiarise himself with Italian procedure. He got aquainted with the way Italian law firms and the Genovese shipping market work and hosted a seminar titled “The Flinterstar – First steps in handling a Belgian Collision case”.
On 23rd October 2017, Vesna Poles, from Koper (Slovenia) started a three months Erasmus Traineeship at Studio Legale Mordiglia in Genoa offices. Vesna has a bachelor’s degree in law, achieved at the University of Ljubljana and is currently completing a master’s degree in law at the same University. She is writing a dissertation entitled “On-line sharing platforms: legal regulation and competition law”.
Since December 1st, 2016, Frederic FEUTSEU, Cameroonian, has been undertaking a three-months internship at Studio Legale Mordiglia, Genoa offices. Frederic has a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s degree in International and European studies achieved both at the University of Parma. He also did a Master’s degree in Maritime and Environmental Law at the Institute of Peace and Development at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (France). Frederic did an internship at the “Claim & Legal Department” of the Grimaldi Group Naples.
Since 1st October 2014, Manos Karanikolas, a Greek-qualified Attorney-at-Law, has been undertaking his three-month internship at Studio Legale Mordiglia in their offices in Genoa. Manos obtained his Law Degree from the University of Athens and has completed his vocational training at a Law Firm in Piraeus. He qualified as an Attorney-at-Law in Athens and Piraeus in December 2013 and in 2014 he completed his LL.M. in Maritime Law at the University of Southampton (UK), where he wrote his dissertation in International Trade Law with the topic: “The Nullity Exception to the Autonomy Principle in Letter of Credit Transactions”.