Pietro Ferrari

Date and Place of Birth: 7/6/1980, Milan (Italy). Education and Qualifications: Degree in Law from Bocconi University of Milan (2003); Ad­mitted to the Bar Association of Milan (2006); LL.M. in International Business Law, Queen Mary University of London (2007-2008); PhD student at Bocconi University of Milan (2010). Work Experience: Associate Lawyer at “Rucellai & Raffaelli” Law Firm in Milan (2003-2007); Associate Lawyer at “Studio Legale Albanese” Law Firm in Milan (2009); Internship at Wilmer Hale LLP in London (2009-2010); Associate Lawyer at “Perani, Pozzi, Tavella” Law Firm in Milan (2010). Previous Publications: “The Group of Companies Doctrine in International Commercial Arbitration: Is There any Reason for this Doctrine to Exist?”, Journal of International Arbitration 26(5): 647-673, 2009; “Chal­lenge to Arbitrators: Where a Counsel and an Arbitrator Share the Same Office – The Italian Perspective” Journal of International Arbitration, 2010, Volume 27, Issue 4 ) pp. 421 – 426;  La disciplina transitoria, in Commentario della legge fallimentare, diretto da C. Cavallini, Egea, Milano, 2010, Vol. III, pp. 1125-1145.