Dr. Simon De Zordo
In January 2016, having finished his studies at the Brunico Commercial Technical Institute, he received his law degree from the University Leopold Franzens in Innsbruck with a score of 107/110, discussing the thesis of civil process law, “The relationship between the judge and the law of the European Union”, with Professor and Attorney Marino Marinelli.
Following training experience at the Schramm & Tschurtschenthaler & Mall & Ellecosta Law Firm in Brunico, involving the drafting of procedural documents and the preparation of legal opinions with particular reference to civil, banking and industrial property law issues, he had an internship of 18 months, per Art. 73 of Italian Legislative Decree 69/2013, at the Bolzano Court, assigned to a Judge of the I Civil Section, member of the specialized enterprise chamber and presiding in land register matters and in execution proceedings too, also collaborating with the President of the Court and the President of the Criminal College.
He then spent the first part of his forensic practice at the Pobitzer & Partner Law Firm in Bolzano, involved in the organisation of arbitration proceedings and mediation, the development of negotiation techniques, and the analysis of cases according to the Harvard method, as well as the elaboration of procedural documents and legal opinions, with a focus on corporate, intellectual property, contractual, real rights, inheritance, and civil liability law.
To refine his training path, he began working with the Telchini & Mayr firm in 2018, working with Attorney Telchini on international contract and consulting regarding industrial property. Along with Attorney Mayr, he also participates in the strategic processing of criminal procedural defence, collaborating in the drafting of defensive acts in the field of safety in the workplace, environmental law, food law, corporate law, and tax law, as well as taking care of research and opinions in proceedings before the Court of Auditors, with specific attention to questions concerning the law of the European Union.