Miranda & Associados (2001-2015)
Chairman of the Board
ICSID (The World Bank) Panels of Arbitrators and Conciliators (2011-present)
Arbitration Commission of the ICC Portuguese Committee (2008-present)
Ethics Committee of the Portuguese Arbitration Association (2008-present)
Eduardo Mondlane University Law School, Maputo - Mozambique (2016-present)
Agostinho Neto University Law School, Luanda - Angola (2016-present)
ISCTE Lisbon Law School (2012-present)
Catholic University of Portugal Lisbon Law School (2010-2013)
Strategic Council of the Catholic University of Portugal Law School (2012-2015)
Galp Energia (1999-2002)
Chairman of the Remunerations Committee
Chairman of the Shareholders Assembly
Portugal - Angola Chamber of Commerce (2006-2012)
U.S. - Angola Chamber of Commerce (2001-2015)
Pereira de Miranda & Associados (1987-2001)
Chevron Overseas Petroleum, San Francisco (1984-1987)
Cabinda Gulf Oil Company (1984-1987)
Member of the Board of Directors
Gulf Oil Corporation, Houston, USA (1982-1984)
Centre for American and International Law, Dallas USA (1982)
Solo Practitioner (1978-1982)
Portuguese Bar Association
Admitted in 1978
District Attorney - Lisbon (1974-1978)
Coimbra University Law School (1974)
Degree in Law
Medal of Honor of the Portuguese Bar Association (2015)
Energy and Natural Resources, Band One (2017)
Natural Resources Law (2016); Energy Law (2016)
Who’s Who Legal
‘International Petroleum E&P Contracts in Africa: The Rise of Risk Service Agreements?’
Comparative Law - Portuguese-American Perspectives, vol. III
‘The Inevitable Rise of Arbitrator Challenges’
YAR - Young Arbitration Review
‘Disclosure Obligations and the Challenge of Arbitrator’
Review of the Portuguese Bar Association
‘Conflict Resolution in the Energy Charter Treaty’
Liber Amicorum for Miguel Galvão Teles
‘A Code of Ethics for Portuguese Arbitrators’
Review of the Portuguese Arbitration Association
"World Arbitration Reporter” - Chapters on Portugal, Angola and Mozambique"
"Getting the Deal Through - Arbitration” - Chapters on Angola - pages: 38-43; Equatorial Guinea - pages: 143-146; Mozambique - pages: 260-265"
Law Business Research
"Arbitration in Africa: A Practitioner’s Guide” - Chapters on Angola, Mozambique, Equatorial Guinea, Cape Verde and São Tomé and Príncipe"
"Angola Petroleum Legislation"
"The Angola Foreign Investment Law"
"The New Angolan Mining Law"
Fluent in Portuguese, English, French and Spanish.