In 1986 he founded, together with his daughter Marina, the firm of Studio Notaristefano at the corner of Via Sacchi and Corso Stati Uniti.
As a working professional he continues to serve his community by donating “pro bono” legal assistance to the underprivileged.
He never gave up his political commitment, and – starting from 2008 and until his death in 2015 – he chaired the Italian Association of Victims of Terrorism and of the Subversion Against the Constitutional Order of the State, an association of which he had been among the founders in 1985.
As President of the Association, he fostered international relations with similar associations in other European countries, the European Commission, OSC, and the UN. In September 2011, representing Italian victims, he was part of a delegation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that established a 29-country Global Counter-Terrorism Forum (GCTF) in New York under the presidency of US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Crucial and central to its mission, to which he dedicated his efforts, was to preserve, especially among young people, the history of terrorism and the memory of its victims (he created, among other things, a travelling exhibition for schools called “Lest We Forget” “So We Do Not Forget”).