Elena Carboni



Skills and professional experience

Elena joined the GTA law firm in 2019 and became Partner in 2022.

Since the beginning of her professional activity, Elena has dealt with civil and commercial law, corporate law, contracts and the protection of intellectual property.

Elena attended specialization and advanced courses both in the field of corporate law and the contract sector, with particular attention to IT contracts (e-commerce, T&C, software development, licenses), to the New Technology Law and legal design.

Over the years Elena has gained significant experience in the corporate compliance sector (in particular, EU Reg. 2016/679 – Legislative Decree 231/2001), assisting numerous companies and groups, including multinationals, in compliance activities, carrying out support activities in the analysis of data flows, drafting of documents and procedures, risk assessments.

In the compliance field, Elena also carries out control, audit and training activities for public and private entities. She holds the role of Supervisory Body (in italian, “Organismo di Vigilanza” – ODV).

Elena collaborates with the Bar Association to which she belongs and with some Associations active in the area, participating as a speaker in meetings for the prevention of cybercrime and for raising awareness among the community in the conscious use of the Network.

Training and Qualification

Classical high school diploma in language at the “G.B. Brocchi” High School of Bassano del Grappa
Degree in Law – University of Verona
Postgraduate course in “Legal tech, coding for lawyers, artificial intelligence and blockchain legal issues” – University of Milan
Executive Master in “Corporate Governance & Capital Market”
Qualification to practice the profession of lawyer at the Court of Appeal of Venice (Admission to the Bar Association)
Registered in the Bar Association at the Court of Verona







Civil and Commercial Law
Corporate Law
Corporate Compliance (EU Reg. 2016/679 – Legislative Decree 231/2001)
New Technologies Law
Intellectual Property