I am Fabrizio De Gregorio, a creative, eclectic law student. Building my legal education, I've borne in mind the main challenge of modern jurists and lawyers: finding new solutions in a world of new scenarios and new values. In order to measure up to this demanding future, I've studied in three leading universities in Europe, learned different methodologies in legal problem-solving, enhanced my expertise in both the traditional and experimental fields of law.
Yet, I believe this is not sufficient: the law is an instrument of society and it cannot work without a flexible creativity and a deep understanding of the phenomena it aims to rule. That's why I worked in order to broaden my education beyond the legal boundaries: I trained soft skills in basic coding and web designing, signed two books as an author, founded and edited a Google news website, co-invented a patented system of decentralized energy production.
September 2013 - today: Fifth-year student at Università degli Studi di Siena, Law department. August 2017 - December 2017: Leiden Universiteit (Leiden - Netherlands). Erasmus Program. September 2016 – February 2016: Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Brussels – Belgium). Erasmus Program.
SPECIAL LEGAL SKILLS
Comparative Company and Association law Comparative Intellectual Property Law and Information Technology
Italian: native speaker English: full professional proficiency French: limited professional proficiency
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First things first: I am not an academic researcher. I am an enthusiast law student who is going to apply the different problem-solving techniques I have learned during my studies around Europe. This website is going to be a laboratory to develop a modern, solution-oriented, original approach in addressing legal questions. The perspective will always be on a legal problem, the law exists to deal with real human exigencies. Thus, in order to resolve a legal problem, it is necessary to identify each part of the issue. This operation can often be complex, but it is the first step of legal reasoning: getting questions out of facts. Questions must be then analyzed and categorized to understand which norm apply. The challenge is to face new problems and reinvent the legal categories to address them with. The ability in evaluating properly all the possible answers will be more and more fundamental in a world of new problems and new values.