Originally from near Vicenza, Italy, Arianna obtained her Junior Bachelor’s Degree in European and Transnational Law at the University of Trento, with a thesis on “Right of asylum in the German Federal Republic” (2008) with Prof. Jens Woelk. Arianna moved to Alma Mater Studiorum, The University of Bologna, to complete the a Full Bachelor’s Degree in Law with a thesis on “Author and musician as weak contractors in the music business” (2010) with Prof. Alberto Musso.
During her university years, Arianna took part in the Socrates Erasmus Program, winter semester 2006/2007, in Trier, Germany, followed by Erasmus Intensive LLP with the University of Bologna and the Kauno Kolegija (Lithuania, March 2009), where she worked on the Lisbon Green Book, focusing on the topic of “flexicurity.”
In 2010, Arianna worked as a trainee lawyer firstly at a small law firm in Padua, across civil, labour, criminal and taxation law, and then at Studio Casucci, a Venice-based law firm specialising in intellectual property. Having built experience in IP law, Arianna progressed to undertake a course at the WIPO Summer School held in Dubrovnic, Croatia (2011), followed by training in Italian IP law and an internship at Atlalex (2011-2012).
Arianna was admitted to the 11th edition of LL.M. Intellectual Property jointly facilitated by WIPO Academy, The University of Turin, and ICT-ILO, which concluded in February 2013. There she published a research paper on “Multi-jurisdictional disputes in IP: problems and perspectives.”
In December 2012, Arianna undertook the written part of the Italian bar exam.
- Multi-jurisdictional disputes in IP: problems and perspective by Giovannaridi, A. | Grieco, A. | Tamburrino, C. (2013)