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Diana Brioso Gonçalves

At SÉRVULO since 2022, she is an associate in the European and Competition department. She was an associate in the EU and Competition Law department at the law firm «PLMJ», in 2020. Expert at The BRICS Competition Law and Policy Centre, Diana Brioso Gonçalves was also a consultant at CADE (Brazil) and at the World Bank, in competition matters, besides other collaborations in working groups from other international entities. She was Legal Agent at the European Union Delegation of the European Commission in Mozambique, a Consultant at the Competition Authority of Mauritius and a Legal Adviser to the South African Competition Commission in Pretoria. In 2021, Diana Brioso Gonçalves also participated in projects at the CUTS-CIRC Institute for Regulation & Competition, in India, and was an Advisor for the Competition Commissions present in Lusophone Countries. She also did an internship in the Competition Authority, in Portugal. Diana Brioso Gonçalves completed a postgraduate course in Competition Law and Policy in Chile at the University of Chile, in 2022, and in South African Competition Law and Policy at the University of Witwatersrand (South Africa), in 2018. Her training also includes an LLM at the College of Europe (Bruges), in 2016. Diana Brioso Gonçalves completed the curricular part of Master in Competition Law and Economic Regulation at the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon and a postgraduate course in Competition Law and Economic Regulation at the same University, in 2013. Graduated in Law from the Faculty of Law of the Nova University of Lisbon, in 2011. She joined the Bar Association in 2016.

"The department gains recognition for being 'very proactive and responsive'."

Chambers Europe, Competition/European Law (2020)

Relevant Experience

Vast experience in the areas of merger control, restrictive practices, market dominance, State aid, both at national and EU level.