Roberto Cassar is an associate at the firm. He has a broad practice across all areas of the firm, with a particular focus on litigation and defence, and aviation, space, and telecommunications law.

Roberto read law at the University of Malta (2016) before proceeding to Leiden University where he obtained a Master of Laws degree in Air and Space Law (cum laude, 2017). Pursuant to his Master of Laws degree, Roberto joined the International Institute of Air and Space Law of Leiden University as a Moot Court and Academic Coordinator from January 2018 to June 2018.

Roberto also worked on criminal defence matters and on questions of public international law during his time with the United Nations International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals throughout the year 2018.

Roberto has published papers and contributed to books relating to air and space law, and in 2017, he was awarded the Geoff Masel Aviation Law Prize for his paper treating the implications of Brexit on easyJet. Roberto is a visiting lecturer at the University of Malta where he teaches air and space law.