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Valerio Auriemma Civil Law Notary

picture of Valerio Auriemma Civil Law Notary Born in Geneva (Switzerland) in 1971, brought up in Naples (Italy).

Graduated maxima cum laude in law from the University of Naples "Federico II" in 1994.

Called to the Bar in 1996.

Registered with the Board of Notaries in Rome, worked as trainee from 1994 to 1996, winner of Public Competition for Admission to the Profession of Notary announced by D.M. 28 March 1996, appointed by Decree of the Ministry of Justice 30 July 1999, entered in the Register of the Notarial District Board of Bologna on November, 16, 1999, became one of the youngest civil law notaries in Italy.

Nominated Secretary of the Emilia Romagna Notarial Association "Aldo Dalla Rovere" and member of the board of directors and Vice-President of Federnotai (Italian Federation of Notarial Associations).

Teacher of contract law and debtor creditor law at the Notarial School of Bologna "Rolandino Passeggeri".

President of the Bologna Notarial Association for the sale of public property.

Master in Information Security in ALMA, Graduate School of Information Technology, Management, and Communication of Bologna, 2004.

Gave seminars and lectures on intellectual property law, personal data security and protection.

Member of many Commissions set up by National Notaries' Council such as the Commission on Information Technology (IT), Commission on Digital Law, The Committee for Relationships with the Public Administration and with Institutions, Commission on the sale of public property and Commission on Best Practice in Notarial Services.

Fluent English; achived Cambridge ESOL's Certificate of Proficiency in English, one of the most advanced General English qualifications (C2 Common European Framework of Reference for Languages), and International Legal English Certificate, a high-level legal language qualification.

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