Beatrice Sartorato is graduated in Law (cum laude) in 2013 at University of Florence. Her final dissertation in Administrative Law, focused on a specific aspect of the functioning of the Italian Public Adminostration (‘L’inerzia della pubblica amministrazione’). During her studies, Beatrice had the opportunity to take part to the year-Erasmus Programme at Universitè Panthèon Sorbonne – Paris 1.
After her graduation, Beatrice completed two traineeships at the Legal Office of the City Council of Rome and at the Italian Supreme Court of Administrative Justice (‘Consiglio di Stato’), having the opportunity to face various matters of Administrative Law.
In 2016, Beatrice got admitted to the Italian Bar as a qualified lawyer.
In 2020, she joined Comandè Di Nola Restuccia Avvocati. She currently works within the department of Administrative Law. She works mainly with Carlo Comandè and the other professionals of the Firm and her activity focuses in the field of renewable energy sources, public procedures, construction and town planning and public sector employment.
She speaks Italian, English and French.