His practice is focused on Dispute Resolution, notably Litigation, Arbitration and Negotiation.

Pedro completed his Law Degree in the Lisbon Law School of the Portuguese Catholic University in 2003. Is a member of the Bar Association since 2006.

He is fluent in English, Spanish and French.

The B-Side...

"Positive and determined by nature, I enjoy challenges and the sense of victory. However, and above all, I value the satisfaction of clients and of those around me. Discovering the gastronomy, habits and culture of the countries I travel to are premises for my way of living. Time at the beach is also key all year round. Combining all this with a good book is the desirable outcome. Being a tennis fan and also a tennis player, I avoid missing the Estoril Open and I intend to assist a full Grand Slam soon (so far, only Wimbledon). Sense of humour and open mindedness are qualities I appreciate and identify myself with."

Relevant Information

Co-Chair of the Under-40 Management Committee of the Portuguese Arbitration Association between 2014 and 2018.

Member of the Ethics Committee of APA (Portuguese Arbitration Association) between 2013 and 2017.

Co-founder of Alumni and Friends of the School of International Arbitration (AFSIA) - Portugal since 2013.

Member of the New York State Bar Organization (NYSBA) since 2014.

Professional Experience

Pedro was as an Associate at Miranda & Associados (2013- 2017).

He was an Associate at Abreu Advogados (2006-2013).

Secondment at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP London (2009-2010).

Completed his training at Abreu Cardigos & Associados (2003-2005).

Co-founder and Director of the International Arbitration Review YAR - Young Arbitration Review (ww.yar.com.pt).

Completed a Post-Graduation Course on “Angolan Public Law for Investors and Jurists”, of Instituto de Ciências Jurídico-Políticas, of Lisbon Faculty of Law (2013).

Completed a LL.M in Comparative and International Dispute Resolution - Queen Mary University of London (2009).

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