Elena Pietropaoli was born in Frosinone and graduated in Law at the “La Sapienza” University in Rome, discussing a thesis in Institutions of private law entitled L’illecito da informazione economica e la responsabilità da prospetto informative (The economic information offence and information leaflet liability), supervisor Professor Guido Alpa. Before qualifying to practise as a lawyer, she worked for two years as a notary for two Roman firms, where she collaborated, among other things, in the inquiry and drafting of acts for the divestment of real estate assets of social security institutions. She attended the Scuola Romana di Studi Giuridici Salvio Giuliano directed by Notary Public, Vincenzo De Paola, and the Scuola di Notariato Anselmo Anselmi in Rome. She was scholarship student of the Istituto Regionale Arturo Carlo Jemolo in Rome for the course “Corporate Criminal Law” and subsequently attended an executive program on privacy governance at the Luiss Business School in Rome.
She is the author of articles on surety, assignment of credit, mobbing, privacy and professional secrecy. She has been appointed by the Court of Rome for the judicial custody of properties subject to forced expropriation.
She is a member of the Bar Association of Rome, works in the civil sector and has gained extensive experience in litigation in the areas of leasing, banking contracts, property and family law. Since 2006, she has been legal advisor to the Ordine degli Assistenti Sociali del Lazio (Register of Social Assistants of Lazio) and is a speaker at training conferences.
She is a privacy consultant and Data Protection Officer UNI 11697:2017, with skills certified by KHC (reg. DPO 11697:2017 n. 2450), under Accredia accreditation.