Camila graduated from the University of São Paulo with a degree in Law. She is currently studying for her master’s in Public International Law at the University of Amsterdam.
Camila is a qualified Brazilian lawyer registered in the Brazilian Bar Association (OAB).
Camila has experience in antitrust law, regulatory law, criminal law, and human rights law. She has worked for different Brazilian law firms and was a legal coordinator for a NGO concerned with former female prisoners. She has volunteered in many NGOs, such as Sonhar Acordado, CISV, TETO, Habitat for Humanity, and Instituto Semear. She has also participated in different research groups, such as the Centre of Studies for Law, Discrimination and Diversity at the University of São Paulo, the Centre of Studies in Competition Law and Digital Platforms at the Getúlio Vargas Foundation, the Centre of Studies for Competition and Society at the University of São Paulo, and the Centre of Studies in Dispute Settlement Tools at the University of São Paulo.
Camila has three published articles on competition law and new technologies; motherhood in Brazilian prisons; and law, discrimination and diversity.