Giorgio Bianco, Senior Associate and Head of the Tunisian and Sardinian desk, will be participating, as a lecturer, to the Gianfranca Deiana Summer School, hosted by the University of Nuoro (Italy) between the 17th and 22nd of July 2017.
The EU-funded summer school will tackle topics revolving around “The Future of Human Rights in Europe”. A carefully selected palette of professors and lawyers from Italian and international universities and law firms will be lecturing at the event, designed to provide a stage to discuss and debate the pressing issue of how to protect human rights in our day and age.
“I am proud to have been invited to speak at this event, as it provides an invaluable chance to address topics such as migrant rights and all the accompanying issues and to have the opportunity of enlightening a very young audience on the complexities of one of the most challenging concerns facing governments today.
Immigration law is one of Giambrone’s core practice areas and the lawyers in Giambrone’s network of ten offices frequently focus on the question of immigrant rights at the various levels that arise on a daily basis. I am also delighted to be involved in the section of the event which will be dedicated to Sardinian culture”.
Giorgio’s expertise encompasses private client, Italian immigration, wealth management, family law, real estate, human rights, corporate and commercial work, international cross-border trade in respect to foreign companies operating in and out of Tunisia and in all Arabic Countries (specifically in Maghreb and Mashreq area).
He also provides specialised legal expertise in respect to debt collection, employment, personal injury and professional negligence.