Arianna Perotti was born on May 14th 1980 and graduated in law from the University of Turin. In 2005, Arianna obtained a postgraduate diploma in International and Diplomatic Studies from the Istituto Universitario di Studi Europei of Turin.
Throughout her studies, she attended various international Universities, including the Faculté Internationale de Droit Comparé of the University Robert Schuman of Strasbourg and the University of San Diego, California – School of Law. In 2018 she obtained (with distinction) a master (MA) in UK US and EU copyright law at the King’s College, London, where she is now attending the Master of Laws (LLM) program in International Corporate and Commercial Law.
She has been working in Milan since 2005. In particular, from 2005 to 2010, she worked in the industrial and intellectual Property department of Pavia Ansaldo Law Firm.
From 2011 to 2019, she worked as in-house lawyer in the Milan headquarters of two multinational industrial groups: Ansaldo Sistemi Industriali (now part of the Japanese Nidec Group) and Prysmian, mainly dealing with national and international contractual matters in the fields of sale of goods and construction in different businesses: traditional and renewable energies (on shore and off shore) and of oil & gas, metals and industrial automation.
In 2019, Arianna joined Dardani Studio Legale where she practices mainly in the sectors of international constructions, offshore and oil & gas projects and commercial contracts. She particularly focuses on giving advice on, and drafting and negotiating supply contracts, construction contracts, EPC and O&M contracts and their ancillary documentation and financial guarantees. Arianna regularly uses FIDIC models, is familiar with their practice and is involved not only in the contract negotiation phase, but also in the handling and resolution of disputes arising during the execution of the project.
Arianna was admitted to the Italian Bar in January 2009, and she is a member of the Milan Bar. Arianna speaks Italian (native), English, French and Spanish.