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Marcela Mattiuzzo

University of São Paulo

Brief info

Former advisor and chief of staff for the Office of the President at CADE, Marcela assisted in the handling of cases at the Administrative Tribunal, in the organization and structuring of interventions of authorities at national and international events, and coordinating antitrust advocacy actions, with emphasis on the development of CADE’s Compliance Guidelines and the participation in the editorial coordination for the Journal of Competition Defense. On behalf of CADE, she also served as Commissioner at the Federal Council for the Fund for the Defense of Collective Rights and representative at the National Strategy for the Fight Against Corruption and Money-Laundering. She was an intern at Grinberg & Cordovil Advogados, where she worked in antitrust and international trade, and a research assistant for Professor Jedidiah Kroncke at Fundação Getúlio Vargas in São Paulo, where she worked on comparative law.

Master of Laws and Bachelor of Laws at the University of São Paulo, where she studied algorithms, discrimination and public policies. In 2011, Marcela took part in the program offered by the Brazilian Society of Public Law, completing courses in “The Constitution and Politics,” “Scientific Methodology,” and “Constitutional Law.” In 2012, she participated in an academic exchange program with the University of Zurich, focusing her studies on European Economic Law. She was a Visiting Researcher at Yale Law School in 2016, completed the legal program from the School on Internet Governance from in 2017 and the CopyrightX course, offered by ITS Rio and Harvard University, in 2018.

Dynamic Competition Initiative

Supported by Berkeley Haas & EUI Department of Law