Fabio Capri

Senior Counsel

+39 02 771131


Main office: Milan

Focus Team: Construction & Engineering


  • Corporate law/M&A
  • Commercial contracts
  • Extraordinary transactions
  • Governance
  • Compliance
  • Procurement
  • Litigation and international arbitration, in civil, corporate, commercial, financial and environmental matters, as well as insolvency procedures and crisis management
  • Key sectors:
    • Banking
    • Construction and real estate
    • Environmental, energy and infrastructure
    • IP and technology
    • Telecommunications
    • Digital innovation
    • Transport and shipping
    • Space and defence
    • Automotive
  • Foreign languages: English and French


  • Joined the firm in 2022
  • Member of the Construction & Engineering Focus Team
  • Previously Senior Counsel at a noted Italian law firm (2007-2022) as head of the commercial contracts and litigation department
  • He has assisted major financial institutions and national and multinational companies in complex transactions, strategic consultancy and multi-jurisdictional litigation
  • He worked at a top international law firm from 2004-2007, where he gained significant international experience
  • Member of the Presidency of the Italian Arbitration Committee since 2021
  • Founding member of the Higher Institute of arbitration studies (Istituto Superiore di Studi sull’Arbitrato – I.S.S.A) since 2008
  • Author of several publications in in the field of procedural law and has held the position of coordinator of the secretariat of the review of procedural law since 2007


  • Professor of Legal Training, “Law and Innovation” at the LUISS Guido Carli University (since 2021); Ph.D. in Civil Procedural Law (2007); Lecturer at University La Sapienza in Rome (2008-2021)
  • Member of the Italian Bar (2008). Admitted to practice before the Italian Supreme Court (Corte di Cassazione)
  • Law degree from University La Sapienza in Rome (2004)
  • Master of Laws in International Trade Law, organised by the International Training Centre of the ILO and University Institute of European Studies from the University of Turin (2003)