Emanuela Cocco > Hogan Lovells International LLP > Rome, Italy > Lawyer Profile

Hogan Lovells International LLP
00187 ROME

Work Department

Global Regulatory


Senior Associate


Whether clients need assistance on the typical matters of administrative and public law concern, either in courts or outside the courts, or are looking for legal support to explore new rising commercial and regulated industries, Emanuela Cocco is very responsive and always available to satisfy client needs and requests in a very efficient and timely manner.

As a member of our Administrative and Public Law practice since 2008, Emanuela Cocco has developed her experience advising international clients in a wide range of areas, including environmental law, public procurement law, renewables and conventional energy, expropriation procedures, oil and gas regulatory, life sciences, and other regulatory compliance matters.

Following admission to the Bar in 2010, Emanuela has assisted many of our clients in important judicial proceedings before Italian administrative and civil courts. In the context of some of the largest and most complex cross-border acquisitions and infrastructure projects, Emanuela has provided support to our corporate lawyers on permitting, environmental, and energy matters. On a daily basis she advises some of our major clients on a number of public law aspects, including environmental and regulatory compliance issues, and provides assistance to international companies in the various phases of strategic public tenders for works, services, and supply. Emanuela’s commitment and ability to analyze complex legal issues and propose practical solutions is much appreciated both inside the firm and by some of our key clients.


English, Italian


Law degree (cum laude), LUISS Guido Carli University, 2007

Lawyer Rankings

Italy > Administrative and public law

(Rising stars)

Emanuela CoccoHogan Lovells International LLP

Hogan Lovells International LLP‘s Italian public law team benefits from the firm’s global regulatory practice and also works alongside the M&A, commercial, energy, real estate and project finance departments in Rome. Practice head Francesca Angeloni is highly regarded for her regulatory advice relating to permitting, compliance work and contracts with public authorities as well as her contribution to M&A deals and litigation. Angeloni and Emanuela Cocco form an ‘impressive’ team, and have additional expertise in environmental regulations. Public procurements, zoning work and trade licences issues are also part of the group’s experience.