Carlos Pinto de Abreu confirms four new associates

 The law firm Carlos Pinto de Abreu e Associados has just announced the promotion of four trainees to associate

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The four new associates are (pictured from left to right) Beatriz de Mello Sampaio, Diogo Pereira Coelho, Gonçalo Gago da Câmara and Marta Bulhosa. Carlos Pinto de Abreu, founding partner, said “These promotions result from the successful completion of an extensive and challenging journey. During the training contract period, they all showed great resilience, a high capacity for work and an enormous loyalty to the values ​​that govern our practice. These promotions are, therefore, a fair reward for all of them.”

Carlos Pinto de Abreu concludes: “I am absolutely convinced that Beatriz, Diogo, Gonçalo and Marta will continue to be fundamental elements of our team since they bring together the technical knowledge and human qualities that I believe to be essential in the exercise of this Profession”.

Beatriz de Mello Sampaio develops her activity in the areas of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure of Companies, Urban and Real Estate Rights and Family and Children’s Law. She holds a degree in Law from the Universidade Católica Portuguesa.

Diogo Pereira Coelho focuses his practice on the areas of Economic Criminal Law, New Technology Law, Company Law and Tax Law as well as Tax Management for companies. He holds a degree in Law from the University of Lisbon.

Gonçalo Gago da Câmara’s main areas of expertise are Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Law, Copyright and Industrial Property Law and Labour Law. He holds a degree in Law from the Universidade Católica Portuguesa and a Master’s in Law and Legal Practice in the Specialty of Criminal Law at the University of Lisbon.

Marta Bulhosa focuses on Human Rights, Administrative Law and Financial Responsibility, Litigation and Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Law. She holds a degree in Law from the Universidade Nova de Lisboa and holds a Master’s Degree in Education and a PhD in Educational Sciences from King’s College London.

Michael Heron