Relevant Experience

1996: Law Degree, Law School, University of Lisbon

2001:  Master Degree in Law (Public and Political Law), Law School, University of Lisbon, with the dissertation Administrative review of legal statutes

2005 (to date): Admission to the Doctoral Dissertation at the University of Lisbon School of Law, on the topic of the invalidity of administrative acts

1997/2010: Assistant Professor, Law School, University of Lisbon

Since 2012: Assistant Professor, Lisbon Law School, Catholic University

 

1999: Member of the Portuguese Bar Association

1999 (to date): Independent legal advisor, having advised several public entities, including the Presidency of the Republic (1998-1999), the Ministry of National Defense (2005-2007) and the National Institute of Medical Emergency (2008-2010)

2001-2002: Associate at PLMJ - A. M. Pereira, Sáragga Leal, Martins, Júdice & Associates, Department of Urban Planning and Environment

2013 (to date): Counsel at Campos Ferreira, Sá Carneiro & Associados

 

Worked as a legal drafter in several legislative projects by request of several Cabinets and other public entities

Integrated several better regulation committees by appointment of several Cabinets

 

Author of Código do Imposto sobre o Rendimento das Pessoas Singulares anotado [The annotated Personal Income Tax Code] (ISG: 1999), A fiscalização administrativa da constitucionalidade [Administrative review of legal statutes] (Almedina: 2004), Direito administrativo geral [General administrative law],  I, 3.ª ed., III, 2.ª ed. (with Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa , Dom Quixote:  2008, 2009; other volumes forthcoming), Responsabilidade civil administrativa [Administrative liability] (with Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa , Dom Quixote:  2008), Contratos públicos [Public contracts], 2.ª ed. (with Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa , Dom Quixote:  2009) and over twenty published articles on Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Tax, Urban planning

Member of the Editorial Board of the magazines Direito & Política and Fiscalidade

Member of the Portuguese Association of Constitutional Law and the Portuguese Association for Philosophy of Law

 

Languages

English, French, Spanish and Italian
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