Sofia Rebelo Ladeira

Sofia Rebelo Ladeira joined VdA in 2019. She is an Associate at the Competition & EU area of practice.

Law degree (LL.B), Nova University of Lisbon, Faculty of Law.

Participation in the II Postgraduation degree in Industrial Property Law, APDI Association, University of Lisbon, Faculty of Law.

Postgraduate in Master in Law and Management (MLM), Nova University of Lisbon, Faculty of Law.

LLM in International, European and French Business Law, University Paris II - Pantheon-Assas, Paris, France.

Master 2 in French, European et International Intellectual Property Law, Centre d’Etudes Internationales de la Propriété Intellectuelle (CEIPI), Robert Schuman University, Strasbourg, France.

7th Postgraduation in Arbitration, Nova University of Lisbon, Faculty of Law.

Participation in the XII Postgraduation degree in Competition & Regulation, University of Lisbon, Faculty of Law.

Candidate to the Postgraduation degree in EU Competition Law by King’s College, University of London, Faculty of Law, United-Kingdom.

Before joining the firm she worked at the law firm Neville de Rougemont & Associados as Trainee and at Caisse Primaire d’Assistance Maladie (CPAM) of Paris as a Summer-Intern.

Also worked as a Legal Counsel in Intellectual Property, Communication and Publicity Law in the consulting firm Sylvie Fontloup, Société d'exercice libéral à responsabilité limitée; working then as Legal Counsel specialized in International and European Business Law and Competition Law at Tarkett, S.A and as a Legal Counsel specialized in Intellectual Property Law in the firm Partenaires PI, Société d'exercice.

Moreover, She worked as a Trainee and na Associate Lawyer at the firm CMS Rui Pena & Arnaut in Competition & EU, Intellectual Property Law and Litigation and Arbitration practices and was a Blue Book Trainee at Unit C1 at the Directorate General for Competition of the European Commission, dedicated to antitrust practices in telecommunications.

Author of various books and articles namely:

  • Participation report in the EIPIN competition: "Permitting Transformative Use under Copyright Law: The Case of Parody as Innovation".

Admitted to the Portuguese Bar Association.

Member of Association des amis du centre d'études internationales de la propriété intellectuelle.

English, French, Spanish.

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