Computational Law course at MIT (2018). Postgraduate Diploma in Economics for Competition Law at King’s College London (2015/2016). Economic Law course from the Superior School of the Brazilian Bar Association, Brasília chapter (2012). Graduated from the Centro Universitário de Brasília – UniCEUB. Admitted to the Brazilian Bar Association – OAB in the same year. Camila advises clients in matters involving digital law, new technologies, data privacy and protection. As a competition/antitrust lawyer, focuses her practice on merger filings, high profile cartels defense and other anticompetitive behaviors. Camila also concentrates her practice in compliance and anti-bribery issues, advising clients on the implementation and review of compliance programs and policies. Camila has hands-on experience in several industry segments, such as transportation, health care and agribusiness, among others.
Why are you optimistic about the future of work?
Five continents aligned in (re)defining society by the use of technology towards a more inclusive future of shared prosperity is definitively the way moving forward.