Aleandro joined GVZH Advocates in 2018. His main areas of focus are Maritime, Aviation and Employment Law. He currently forms part of the Transportation team with a particular focus on advisory and transactional matters. Aleandro regularly assists with ship, yacht and aircraft registration, AOC applications, arrests and re-possession of aircraft and vessels, aircraft leasing transactions and structures, as well as provides guidance on registration of international interests in the international registry.
He also forms part of the Employment team within the firm and has advised a number of large companies in Malta on non-litigious employment law matters.
Education & Court Admissions
Having read his Law degree at the University of Malta, Aleandro was conferred a Bachelor of Law graduate in 2018, after having submitted his thesis entitled ‘Conflict of Law Issues in the Ranking of Maritime Creditors – A Comparative Analysis’ and a Master of Advocacy degree in 2019.
Aleandro spent a semester furthering his studies in Southampton, as part of the Erasmus Programme, where he read Admiralty Law, Carriage of Goods by Sea and Commercial Conflict of Laws and International Litigation at the University of Southampton.
He then read an LLM in International Shipping Law at Queen Mary University of London and graduated with distinction in October 2020 after defending his dissertation entitled “The Legal Implications of Unmanned Vessels at Sea with particular focus on the SOLAS Convention.” Whilst in London, he was selected to present his dissertation as Queen Mary University of London’s representative at the highly prestigious Maritime Masters 2020.
He was called to the bar in 2021.
Aleandro speaks English, Maltese and Italian. He also has a good understanding of French.
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Assisted a number of high level business jet companies with company incorporations as well as their applications for an AOL & AOC under the direction of the Head of the Aviation Department at the firm.