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Letícia Crivelin has relevant and diversified legal experience, having participated in a range of procedures, from investigations conducted by the Public Prosecutor’s Office to significantly complex corporate litigation. As a legal advisor, she has contributed to antitrust risk analysis of M&A transactions and vertical restraint practices, as well as to the development of corporate compliance programs.
In the academic field, since her undergraduate studies until her master’s degree in Economic Law from the University of São Paulo, she has focused on the energy market’s environmental and regulatory aspects. More recently, in addition to connecting all that knowledge to its competitive aspects, she has been specializing in corporate compliance and new technology and data protection-related issues.
Letícia has been actively taking place in initiatives to improve the Brazilian regulatory environment and to create guidelines for unilateral conduct cases in the Brazilian Competition Defense System (SBDC).
Associations & Memberships
Commission for Competition Law Studies (OAB-SP).
Brazilian Institute of Studies on Competition, Consumer Affairs and International Trade (IBRAC).
Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Ribeirão Preto Law School. Master’s Degree in Economic Law.
Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Faculdade de Direito de Ribeirão Preto. Bachelor of Laws.
Civil Law. Université Paris II (Sorbonne)/Civil Law Initiative, 2017.
Regulatory Compliance. University of Pennsylvania (online), ongoing.
Contracts: From Trust to Promise. HarvardX (online), EUA, 2015-2016.
Thoughts on the new Civil Procedures Code. OAB-SP, 22th Subsection, 2015. 16h.
Co-author of the article “Decisão do STJ não definiu natureza jurídica das criptomoedas”. CONJUR, 2019.
Co-author of the book “Institucionalização e Prática da Análise de Impacto Regulatório no Brasil”, an initiative from the Economic Regulation Committee of the Brazilian Institute of Studies on Competition, Consumer Affairs and International Trade (IBRAC), to be published.