LEXIA Lexia Avvocati is a leading Italian independent law firm which is committed to provide clients with advice and expertise at the highest level.

The firm boasts over 60 professionals working from the offices in Milan, Rome and Palermo, respectively led by managing partners Francesco Dagnino, Vincenzo Sanasi d’Arpe and Alessandro Dagnino.

We have a track record of creative and innovative solutions that have had ground-breaking impact on business and law.

We have a deep experience in the fields of Corporate, Finance, Tax, Public Law, Labour and Global Mobility & Corporate Immigration.

All our lawyers have a top academic and professional background with an outstanding track record. Most of them awarded Ph.Ds and masters of laws (LL.M.s) from top tier universities in Italy and abroad, have working experiences in top tier Italian and international law firms and are regular speakers at conferences and webinars. 

We represent both listed and non-listed Italian companies, national and multinational group of companies, banks, financial intermediaries, insurance companies, SME, start-ups and high net-worth individuals.

LEXIA studioThrough a consolidated network of leading independent foreign law firms and outstanding foreign professionals, our Firm is able to assist clients on complex multi-jurisdiction transactions, maintaining at the same time the quality and flexibility of an independent law firm.

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)

We strongly believe that a good and sustainable business shall be led to the best environment, social and governance standards. We do inspire our professional activity on such principles with the aim at helping our clients to improve the quality of their organizations, governance and business relationships and contributing to a better future.


We are committed to undertake pro bono projects in all areas of law. We believe that one of the goals of the Firm is to contribute to social justice. All the professionals of the Firm are encouraged to carry out pro-bono activities and no distinction is made between hours spent on pro bono or other client matters.