Litigation & Arbitration


Francesca Dalla Volta is an associate in the Firm's Litigation & Arbitration Practice Group, where her practice focuses on assisting clients involved in international disputes and arbitration.

Prior to joining Brown Rudnick, Francesca was a trainee solicitor with the Firm and paralegal with the International Disputes Practice Group. In these roles she has gained experience in a wide range of disputes, including those arising from complex financial investments and director/shareholder disputes. Further, Francesca's understanding of the principles of both common law and civil law systems helped her to develop unique multi-cultural analytical abilities.

In addition to Italian, her native language, Francesca is fluent in English. Francesca has a basic knowledge of French and Spanish.


BPP Law School – Legal Practice Course, 2014
BPP Law School – Graduate Diploma of Law, 2013
Università di Bologna – LL.M. (Master of Laws), 2012
Trinity College Dublin – 2011

Bar Admissions

Solicitor, England & Wales
Solicitor, Ireland


"Global Survey on Commercialisation of Disputes," Brown Rudnick Publication (2019)
Contributing Author, "Getting the Deal Through: Financial Services Litigation 2019," GTDT Lexology (2019)
Author, "What Do Millennial Litigators Want?," International Litigation News (October 2018)
Speaking Engagements
Moderator, "Identifying and Counteracting Bias," AIJA Women's Network Group (August 2020)