Marco Piccolo

Staff Lawyer

Marco is a Mexican qualified lawyer. He holds a law degree from the Universidad de Monterrey (UDEM), Mexico, and an LL.M. in international law from the University of Cambridge.

Marco advises sovereign States, State-owned companies in international dispute resolution proceedings, as well as in non-contentious matters under public international law.

Before joining Volterra Fietta, Marco worked for five years at a leading Band 1 / Tier 1 Mexican law firm, advising and representing clients in corporate transactions including M&A, joint ventures, environmental and real estate, as well as acquisition and asset-based financing transactions. He has also provided pro bono legal advise to Mexican human rights NGOs. Lastly, in addition to his professional experience, Marco has worked as a professor at the Universidad de Monterrey (UDEM), Mexico, where he taught the International Contracts course, and collaborated as a pro bono researcher at the Institute for Internet and Just Society.

Education

LLM, University of Cambridge

Law Degree, Universidad de Monterrey (cum laude)

Languages

Spanish, English, Italian and French (elementary)

Bar admissions

Mexico