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Teresa Serra to moderate debate on “Gender Violence”


On 10 April, Teresa Serra, consultant to SÉRVULO's Criminal and Administrative Offences and Litigation and Arbitration department, will moderate the debate on “Gender Violence?”, part of the cycle of conferences on the same topic. The event will take place at the Bar Association's hall.

The first panel, entitled “Is there a need to talk about Gender Violence?”, will include interventions from: Teresa Féria, Judge and President of the Portuguese Association of Women Lawyers; Ana Rita Duarte de Campos, Vice President of the BA General Council; Maria Clara Sottomayor, Counsellor Judge of the Supreme Court of Justice; Teresa Anjinho, Deputy Provider; and lawyer Leonor Valente Monteiro.

The second panel, entitled “Is there any need for legislative changes?”, will include: Carlos Poiares, Vice-Rector of Lusófona University; José António Barreiros, President of the Legislative Policy Office of the Bar Association; Paula Sequeira, President of Associação Dignidade; Rui do Carmo, Retired Public Prosecutor; and lawyer Inês Carvalho Sá.

This conference cycle is being organised by the Commission of Gender Equality and Domestic Violence of the Portuguese Bar Association, of which Cláudia Amorim, a principal lawyer at SÉRVULO, is a member.

Read the full programme here: