Avv. Veronica Vitiello

The Legal500 2023: “Veronica Vitiello is a really skilled professional! She is fully aware of any real estate matter, determined, and capable of finding solutions anytime.”

Skills & Capabilities

Veronica is a lawyer specialising in corporate-real estate and any connected matter.  She has developed a significant knowledge of the corporate-real estate industry with twenty-five years of experience in close contact with leading industry players. She assists leading Italian and foreign investors, corporations, public entities, real estate investment funds, developers and lenders in all aspects of domestic and cross-border real estate transactions. She advises both on transactions allocating equity in the market and on financed investments. She has wide-ranging experience advising on the management of distressed assets and corporate insolvencies, the applicable legal framework and the development and restructuring of distressed real estate assets. She has specialised expertise in administrative law and assists Italian and foreign clients in real estate development, including obtaining the relevant building permits (including planning instruments) and authorisations, with specific expertise in urban planning, construction and environmental matters.

Work & Professional Experience

Veronica is an expert lawyer with twenty-five years of experience gained in leading Italian and international law firms, since October 2014 at partnership level up to later become the owner and founder of her own law firm.

Education & Qualification

1999 – Degree, Law (Magna cum Laude), Federico II University of Naples.

2002 – Admitted to the Italian Bar.

2003 – Registration with the Milan Bar Association.

Veronica is lawyer qualified to practice in the Supreme Court.

Language Skills

Italian, English, German and French.


She was awarded the deal maker of the year award 2021 by The Lawyer-FinanceMonthly (British magazine) as the leading expert for the real estate sector in Italy.

Further Activities

She was a lecturer in law at the Politecnico di Milano for several years and a lecturer for second-level masters at the University of Bergamo. She is the author of numerous publications on urban planning and environmental issues and has been on the Management and Editorial Board of the Environmental Law Journal for about twenty years.

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