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Alberto Vadalà: a LUISS graduate and one of the nation's youngest notaries

Years of success and a dream of moving home to Piedmont

LUISS graduate Alberto Vadalà is one of the youngest notaries in Italy.

A graduate of the single-cycle master’s degree program in Law, in 2013 Alberto finished the program a year early with honors.

“It was challenging to attend the fourth and fifth-year courses at the same time. Sometimes I even had two exams on the same day, but then I realized that after accomplishing this, I could do whatever I wanted,” he explains.

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A native of Turin, Alberto is currently on a waiting list to choose where to practice. He dreams of moving back to Piedmont, having left the region at 19 to move to Rome.

Originario di Torino, oggi è in attesa di scegliere la sede in cui praticare la professione e sogna di tornare in Piemonte, dopo aver lasciato la Regione a 19 anni per trasferirsi a Roma dopo il liceo.

“While in high school, I read about LUISS and the opportunities it offers. I understood it was the right place for me,” he states.

“LUISS is a university that brings the best out of its students. I believe that even the best students need stimulation.”

Alberto didn’t stop after graduation. In 2014 he was accepted to a doctoral program in Commercial Law at the University of Naples.

Then in 2016, he sat the exam to become a notary, after years of intense study. “Without my studies at LUISS, I would have never been able to do all this. In addition to endless services, constant student support, a comfortable atmosphere and study rooms that are always open, LUISS is like a home, where everyone feels part of a family.”

In Alberto’s opinion, one of the University’s greatest strengths is the faculty: “In particular I would like to thank Professor Gian Domenico Mosco, who transmitted his passion for Commercial Law, and Professor Romano Ferrari Zumbini, my thesis advisor, that I had a great working relationship with.”