A short review of the Italian Association of Sport Attorneys' 'Sport and Women' conference in Rome
On Tuesday 1 October 2019, at CONI (Italian National Olympic Committee) “Salone d’Onore”, there took place one of the most important female sports event ever organized in the “immortal city”.
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Carlo is an Italian qualified lawyer based in Rome, who has been dealing with sport law matters for more than ten years, cooperates with domestic and international legal journals and is author of several publications, both on digital and paper-printed supports.
He is also founder and managing partner of the law firm Studio Legale Rombolà & Associati, with offices in Rome and Milan, assistant in sport law at LUISS Guido Carli university of Rome and member of the editorial committee of the Rivista di Diritto Sportivo of CONI and of Olympialex Review.
Carlo often participates, as advisor and speaker, at conferences, round tables and business meetings held by the most important international associations of lawyers and sport operators.
In 2017 he wrote as main author the book Profili di Diritto Internazionale dello Sport, published by Rubettino Editore. Carlo speaks both English and Spanish languages and advices Italian and foreign athlets, managers and sport agents.
Carlo is often invited to join radio and tv programs, as a recognized expert in sport law.