Giorgio Polacco is an International Attorney working between Miami and Rome. Mr. Polacco is a Florida Licensed Attorney, experienced in many aspects of Immigration and International law. Specifically, Mr. Polacco handles the Firm’s relationships with American-European clients.
Mr. Polacco received a Juris Doctor degree Cum laude from Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad College of Law and a Juris Doctor degree in Italy from Roma Tre Law School. Mr. Polacco was selected to participate in a unique Italy-U.S. dual degree program which awards a full scholarship to its participants. This experience gave him a broader perspective of the law and allowed him to understand the differences between the common law and civil law systems.
While attending Nova Southeastern University, Mr. Polacco worked as research assistant in International Trade Regulations for Professor Douglas Donoho. His interest in the complexities of the international legal system allowed him to obtain a Concentration in International Law from Nova Southeastern University.
Mr. Polacco has previously served as Law Clerk at the Law Office Prof. Avv. Edoardo Polacco in Rome focusing his practice in business, contractual and administrative matters.
Mr. Polacco’s interests also include cooking, traveling, snowboarding and watching soccer.