Francesca Isgrò, a Partner in the Rome office, is the responsible for the Administrative Law of the Italian Department and member of the Banking & Finance Group. Francesca has extensive experience in administrative law, with a special focus on public entities, public contract work, tenders, supplies and services, assistance and consulting in the event of litigation.
Throughout her career, Francesca has focused on administrative and public law. Parallel to her advisory work, she has been involved in litigation before both the administrative law and civil courts.
Her particular strengths are in general state-owned business and public agencies, utilities (gas, energy, waste, water and transport), public tenders and infrastructure, energy infrastructure projects, administrative, urban planning and environmental law, public sector real estate transactions.
She has also led development of the energy regulatory capability, supporting the transactional energy practice, particularly in renewable energy.
Francesca has lectured as teacher in several Master’s programs in "public procurements," organized by IPSOA and in several seminars in administrative law and urban planning at the University of Rome, La Sapienza. She also has lectured as teacher in several Master’s programs in the renewable energy field.