Juliana Oliveira Domingues

Professor of Economic Law at the University of São Paulo (FDRP / USP), with postdoctoral fellowship as Visiting-Scholar at Georgetown University (USA). First and only Brazilian selected by the American Bar Association (Antitrust Section) for the program of International Scholar in Residence (2018). Her book entitled "Antitrust Law", published by Ed. Saraiva was considered the "best legal book of the year" ("Trofeu Cultura Econômica" - 2008). For a decade she was appointed as a leading lawyer in antitrust and international trade (Cf. Latin Lawyers, Chambers and Partners, Euromoney, among others). Mrs. Domingues worked in several national and international high-profile cases and won national and international awards and prizes as a leading lawyer on antitrust, economic regulation, and international trade (WTO). She won IBRAC-ESSO Award in 2004 and the IBRAC-TIM Award in 2013 and 2018. Member and Regional Director of the Academic Society for Competiton Law (ASCOLA) and internationally recognized as a leading scholar with several articles and books published.

She is the Leader of the Competition and Innovation research Group from FDRP/USP. Non-Governmental Adviser of the International Competition Network. Member of the Brazilian Institute for Studies on Competition, Consumer Relations, and International Trade (IBRAC). Member of the Commission on Competition Studies and Economic Regulation-OAB/SP (São Paulo Bar Association). Founder of the Network #WomenInAntitrust (WIA). Former National Secretary for Consumer Affairs (2020-2022), and currently Attorney General of the Brazilian Antitrust Authority (CADE).