Stefano Manacorda

Stefano Manacorda

Of Counsel




  • 罗马




Stefano advises clients on matters concerning corporate criminal law and compliance, with a special focus on international issues. He is specialized in the international economic sanctions legal framework.

Stefano assists clients in multi-jurisdictional cases, including judicial cooperation in criminal matters, and regularly takes part in internal investigations.
Among others, his main clients - both Italian and foreign - are in the following industries: finance, Oil&Gas, energy, defence.

A lawyer registered with Bar of Naples, he has been an expert admitted to the International Criminal Court.
He was part of the commission for the review of corporate criminal liability established within the Italian Ministry of Justice, as well as other government commissions. He was a consultant for the United Nations, the World Bank and OECD on international criminal law issues.


Stefano joined the Firm as an “Of Counsel” in 2017.
Previously, he was a consultant on European and international corporate criminal law at Italian and foreign leading law firms.


  • Member of the Naples Bar (Italy)



  • Graduated in Law

    University of Naples Federico II, 1991

  • LL.M., Droit pénal et politique criminelle en Europe

    University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, 1993

  • Ph.D, Criminal law

    University of Florence, 1997

  • LL.M., Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure

    University of Naples Federico II, 1998


Stefano is a Professor of Criminal Law at the Università della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli” and Unesco Chair Holder in “Business Integrity and Crime Prevention in Art & Antiquities Market”. His academic work– which consists of over twenty volumes in Italian, English, and French – addresses a wide range of themes related to Italian, European and international criminal law, with a focus on corruption, collective liability, and criminal economic law.
Stefano was a Visiting Professor at the Université Paris 1 Sorbonne, the Université de Genève, the Queen Mary University of London and the Humboldt University in Berlin.


Italian, French, English, Spanish

Stefano Manacorda