gianluca varraso

Professional experience
Lawyer in Milan since 1996 and certified to practice before the Italian Supreme Court since 2009. Gianluca Varraso began his professional career in 1993 as a lawyer for the Pedrazzi-Mucciarelli law firm, collaborating with Prof. Atty. Angelo Giarda, and has worked as counsel at Studio Crippa Pistochini since April 2017.

He deals with criminal law applied to a variety of sectors:

• Administrative liability of companies pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 231/01
• Public Administration
• Bankruptcy and corporate
• Criminal tax law
• Criminal business law
• Seizure, prevention measures and extraordinary administration pursuant to Legislative Decree 90/14

Academic career
Since October 2014, he has been a Professor of Procedural and Corrections Law in the Department of Law of Milan’s Catholic University of the Sacred Heart.

Previously, he was an Associate Professor of Procedural Law in the same Department and in the Department of Law of the Carlo Cattaneo LIUC University, as well as a Procedural Law Researcher, also at the Department of Law of Milan’s Catholic University of the Sacred Heart. He lectures at the Italian School for the Judiciary (Scuola Superiore della Magistratura) and at the School of the Criminal Lawyers’ Associations (Scuola dell’Unione Camere penali). He is a member of various research committees, including the management and advisory committees of law journals specialised in Criminal Law. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Law Specialisation School of Milan’s Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, where he also coordinates courses in Criminal and Procedural Law. He is also a member of the Scientific Committee of the Law School of the Milan Bar Association. On behalf of Milan’s Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, the Italian partner of the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) and of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), he also coordinates the project entitled “Building a Comprehensive Criminal Justice Response to Hate Crime”, financed by the European Commission and by the United States of America. He is often invited to speak at conferences and seminars on criminal business law and procedural law. He has also written numerous research publications.

gianluca varraso

Professional experience
Lawyer in Milan since 1996 and certified to practice before the Italian Supreme Court since 2009. Gianluca Varraso began his professional career in 1993 as a lawyer for the Pedrazzi-Mucciarelli law firm, collaborating with Prof. Atty. Angelo Giarda, and has worked as counsel at Studio Crippa Pistochini since April 2017.

He deals with criminal law applied to a variety of sectors:

• Administrative liability of companies pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 231/01
• Public Administration
• Bankruptcy and corporate
• Criminal tax law
• Criminal business law
• Seizure, prevention measures and extraordinary administration pursuant to Legislative Decree 90/14

Academic career
Since October 2014, he has been a Professor of Procedural and Corrections Law in the Department of Law of Milan’s Catholic University of the Sacred Heart.

Previously, he was an Associate Professor of Procedural Law in the same Department and in the Department of Law of the Carlo Cattaneo LIUC University, as well as a Procedural Law Researcher, also at the Department of Law of Milan’s Catholic University of the Sacred Heart. He lectures at the Italian School for the Judiciary (Scuola Superiore della Magistratura) and at the School of the Criminal Lawyers’ Associations (Scuola dell’Unione Camere penali). He is a member of various research committees, including the management and advisory committees of law journals specialised in Criminal Law. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Law Specialisation School of Milan’s Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, where he also coordinates courses in Criminal and Procedural Law. He is also a member of the Scientific Committee of the Law School of the Milan Bar Association. On behalf of Milan’s Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, the Italian partner of the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) and of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), he also coordinates the project entitled “Building a Comprehensive Criminal Justice Response to Hate Crime”, financed by the European Commission and by the United States of America. He is often invited to speak at conferences and seminars on criminal business law and procedural law. He has also written numerous research publications.