Lawyer Irene Graziosi
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Lawyer Irene Graziosi


In October 2007, Attorney Irene Graziosi, obtained her bachelor’s degree in Constitutional Tax Law at the University of Padua and subsequently in July 2009, she also obtained her master’s degree in criminal law with a thesis on the Thyssen Krupp case.

From March 2nd 2012 to June 29th 2012, she attended the Postgraduate Course in Labour Law at the University of Padua.
From October 30th 2013 – March 5th 2014, she attended an English Course at the Shenker Institute of Padua.

On January 10th 2014, she attended the Franco Antonelli Territorial School to practice defence in criminal proceedings, passing the bar for public defence.
In the same year, she qualified to practice law at the Court of Appeal of Venice and was admitted to the Padua Bar Association.

From October 4th 2019 to October 26th 2019, she attended a Master’s course in Labour Law held at Altalex.
In 2021-2022, she attended a two-year course at the Italian Institute of Higher Education for Labour Lawyers.
After years of providing her professional services at some of the most important and prestigious Italian law firms in Padua, she worked at Deloitte Legal, and subsequently decided to work on her own as a freelance lawyer, starting up two professional practices, one in Padua and another in Pescara.
Since October 2022, she has been collaborating with Torcello Tax Law Firm in Pescara.

Attorney Irene Graziosi has gained professional experience in judicial protection (drawing up legal documents and participating in court hearings) before courts of law and courts of appeal throughout the country, in the matter of civil law in general and specifically employment law, extrajudicial assistance in civil and labour matters with particular reference to issues related to public employment, to agency agreements, to administration, to dismissal for just cause and justified objective grounds and to its appeal, even in court, to the recognition of higher qualification, to acknowledgement of overtime, to succession of fixed-term contracts in the civil service and for journalists, to protected sick leave, maternity leave and other various work-related leaves of absences.

She handles dismissal procedures, including collective dismissals, and staff reductions; she personally oversees and provides consultancy with regard to contractual matters pertaining to temporary employment and other so-called flexible types of contracts.
She has held conferences and internal training courses on both labour law and civil law and has prepared many presentations and developed numerous thematic analyses.