Born in Milan in 1964, he is married with six children.
Mr Angelo Chiello graduated from Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore University in Milan in 1989 with first class honours. In 1990, he was awarded the Premio Orio Giacchi at the inauguration of the Academic Year at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore university in Milan. He has been a director on the Board of Directors at the Istituto per il Diritto allo Studio.
Mr Angelo Chiello has been enrolled in the Registry of Lawyers since January 1993. Since 1990, he worked with the lawyer Fabrizio Fabbri, acquiring specific knowledge in labour law. He was a founding partner of the Studio Legale Fabbri e Associati and is a founding partner of Studio Associato Chiello & Pozzoli.
He has been registered in the List of Counsel before the Supreme Court of Cassation since 2005.
Over the years, Mr Chiello has accrued legal experience nationally, and provides leading companies in the banking, industrial, transport, telecommunications, and cooperative sectors with extra-judicial and judicial assistance on issues connected with labour law and trade union relations.
He has accrued specific experience in consultancy and assistance on company reorganisation and staff reduction matters, on solving individual employment contract issues (both as an employee and as self-employed) and on managing labour law disputes.
He has taken part in drafting National Collective Employment contracts. He is often a speaker at conferences and seminars on labour matters. In 2007, he lectured on the “NGO Manager” Masters course at the Catholic University in Milan.
In an article published on ilsussidiario.net on 12.11.2022, lawyer Angelo Chiello takes stock of case law on the subject of recording conversations in the workplace.