Marco Maria Scoletta graduated in 2000 from the University of Pavia. He was a student at the Almo Collegio Borromeo, where he obtained a Research Doctorate in “National and comparative criminal law”. In 2006 he became a researcher of criminal law at the University of Milan, where he has been an Associate Professor since 2012. Registered with the Courts of Milan, he is Chair Professor of Criminal Law and also runs the Criminal Law course at the Specialisation School for Legal Professions (SSPL).
Since 2016, he organises and coordinates the post-graduate specialisation course “Criminal Liability for Collective Entities pursuant to Law (D.Lgs.) 231/2001” at the University of Milan. He is a member of faculty at the most prestigious national masters courses in criminal economic law, including: the masters in criminal corporate law at Luiss University in Rome and at Cattolica University in Milan.
He is also a legal consultant in the field of crime for collective entities pursuant to Law (D.Lgs.) 231/2001 and “231 Compliance”, including activities for the drafting, review and update of organisational models, and of prevention protocols and procedures in the field of white collar crime. In particular, he is an expert in companies operating in the chemical, food, medical and banking sectors and in publicly-owned multinationals. He is a member of Supervisory Bodies in primary companies operating in the food and medical sectors.
He is a member of the Scientific Committee of the magazine Diritto Penale Contemporaneo (contemporary criminal law), and since 2011, he has managed the corporate criminal law monitoring centre for the magazine Le Società (companies), for which he is a regular contributor.