Adriano de Seta, a student in the Law School’s LL.M. program, is among 10 students profiled in a story in the Fall 2017 edition of National Jurist titled “The Most Interesting LL.M. Students in America.” Read the story.
De Seta is a practicing attorney in Naples, Italy, and is currently studying in the Law School’s LL.M. program, while maintaining his firm’s practice. He graduated from Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Naples, Italy, in 2002, earning a Master’s of Law degree. He practiced law with a respected Italian firm for four years prior to opening his own legal firm, which has been active and successful since 2009. He has worked with international cases since 2013, representing Italian citizen’s interests and rights in estate cases in both Massachusetts and New York, often traveling to both locations as required.
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