Stefano Faraoni is a lawyer, contract professor at the University of Turin and trainer. He attended the Faculty of Law at the University of Turin, where he graduated with honors. He trained in important Turin law Firms in civil and criminal matters. He then dedicated himself to international contracts and business advocacy. He is a founding member of Athena S.r.l. S.t.a., a legal, commercial and tax consultancy company. He spent his life between law, theater and singing. In 1997 he enrolled in the first acting course. Since 1999 he has taught acting andphonetics. In parallel, he has been studying singing. In this way, he has expanded his knowledge on the use of sounds and sound boxes. He currently sings as a tenor in a gospel choir. He teaches Italian and English law, legal English at the University of Turin, public speaking, communication, phonetics and use of the voice. He collaborates with the University of Turin and the University of Eastern Piedmont in the Moot Courts project. He deals with learning and speed reading techniques applied to professional and corporate organization. He is the author of the book "Public Speaking. The art of attracting attention", published by Hoepli, 2019.