Carlo Dalla Vedova received his law degree from University of Rome “La Sapienza” in 1988, he received his Diploma in European Law from Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, his Canon Law Degree in 1991 and his Doctorate in Canon Law in 1995 from Pontifical Lateran University. He is admitted before the Ecclesiastic Courts (I and II grade) and the Studio Rotale of the Supreme Court of the Rota Romana of the Holy See. He is currently a partner of the Italian firm Dalla Vedova Studio Legale Rome/Milan. He is a legal and institutional specialist to public entity and public international organizations and embassies in Rome. He also specializes in criminal practice, having litigated in the Italian Supreme Court, and in the European Court of Justice in Strasbourg EHRC for protection of human rights. Mr. Dalla Vedova has lectured at Loyola University in Rome, Washington College of Law, Gonzaga University in Florence, St. Stephen’s School Rome, and American University Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C. He is the recipient of the 2017 “Praeses Elit Award” from Trinity College Law Society Dublin, Ireland, for his human rights protection work.
Carlo Dalla Vedova and Alex Guittieres give a behind-the-scenes look at the Amanda Knox trial that gripped the world.
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