Alecsia Pagani > IP Law Galli > Milan, Italy > Lawyer Profile

IP Law Galli
I-20122 MILAN

Work Department

Intellectual Property
Unfair Competition
Appellation of origin
Restricted information
Web forgery
Advertising & Marketing
Life Sciences
New Plant Variety




Alecsia graduated from University of Milan in 2010 with a dissertation in International Trade Law on the protection of traditional knowledge in the framework of WTO regulation, in particular TRIPs agreement, under the supervision of Prof. Nerina Boschiero.

Alecsia carried out her traineeship in IP Law Galli law firm, where she continued to work for around five years before bringing her skills to another Italian law firm specialized in intellectual property matters. In the meantime, she won a scholarship to attend the doctorate course in intellectual property and unfair competition organized by the University of Parma. She achieved her Ph.D. in 2016 with a dissertation on the Italian and European regulations concerning amendments and limitations which can be adopted before and after the grant of a patent for invention.

In 2017 Alecsia joined again IP law Galli law firm, where she deals with all the aspects of intellectual property law, with special focus on issues related to patents, trademarks, trade secrets and unfair competition.

She is a teaching assistant (“cultore della materia”) of the course of intellectual property at the University of Parma. She is an AIPPI member and takes part to the National Study Group on Trademarks. She took part to the writing and publication of the Codice Commentato della Proprietà Industriale e Intellettuale directed by Prof. Cesare Galli and Prof. Alberto Gambino and to the Annotated Civil Code directed by Prof. Guido Alpa and Prof. Vincenzo Mariconda. She published several articles and comments on Italian case law.


Italian, English


Ordine Avvocati di Milano;
AIPPI – International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property.


Master’s Degree in law, University of Milan;
Ph.D. in Intellectual Property Law, University of Parma.