Daniela graduated from the University of São Paulo with a degree in Law.
Daniela is a Brazilian qualified lawyer registered with the Brazilian Bar Association. Prior to joining PGMBM, Daniela had experience working with the Brazilian General-Attorney Office and with private civil and commercial litigation.
Daniela is fluent in four languages (Portuguese, English, Spanish and French). During university she participated in several academic activities, including participating in group studies focused on corporate criminality and liability, compliance, food law and business and human rights. Daniela specialises in criminal and environmental law, having focused her research in corporate wrongdoing and victims’ redress.
Since December 2016, Daniela has been deeply involved in research on environmental disasters and regulation, specifically analysing the Samarco case in Brazil. Following this research, Daniela has published four articles in Brazilian journals and a complete book, entitled ‘Corporate crime and environmental victimisation: an analysis of the Samarco case’ (LiberArs, February 2019).