Riccardo Tremolada is an associate based in the Italian offices of Cleary Gottlieb. His practice focuses on European and Italian competition law, administrative litigation and regulation in network industries. He graduated with honours from the University of Milan (2012). He also received an LLM from Harvard Law School (Fulbright Scholar and Dean’s Scholar Prize, 2018), a PhD in European Union law (University of Naples Federico II, 2017), and an SJD in international economic law (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 2019). Prior to joining Cleary Gottlieb, Riccardo worked as a European Union Commission Marie Curie Fellow (visiting researcher) at the Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences in Beijing, China. He is a member of the Milan Bar.