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Giorgio Cassinari

Giorgio Cassinari is a Legal Consultant at Spark Legal and Policy Consulting. He joined Spark in 2021.

Giorgio has participated in various studies for DG JUST, DG COMP, DG GROW, DG ENER and FRA, in the role of Legal Task Manager, Legal Consultant, Legal Expert and Network Coordinator. He is currently working on several studies, including “Exploratory study on the possible lisbonisation of ex-third pillar acquis in the area of mutual recognition in criminal matters”, “Assessment of completeness and conformity of Member States' measures to transpose Directive (EU) 2019/1 of 11 December 2018 (ECN+ Directive)” and “Evaluation Study of Directive 2014/31/EU on non-automatic weighing instruments and Directive 2014/32/EU on measuring instruments”.

Giorgio obtained his Master’s degree in Law from the University of Trento in 2019 with a thesis on comparative corporate criminal liability. During his studies, Giorgio spent one semester at KU Leuven, where he mainly focused on European and International Law and Criminology.

Before starting at Spark, Giorgio worked at an international law firm in Milan, Italy, where he focused on regulatory investigations and financial crime. Giorgio also completed a traineeship with the European Parliament, where he assisted the work of the Secretariat of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs. Furthermore, Giorgio has passed the Italian Bar exam.

His mother tongue is Italian, and he speaks English and  French.

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