Carlos Reis Gomes


Law degree from the University of Lisbon Law School | 2017
Master student in Law and Legal Practice in Administrative Law and Public Administration | 2017-2019
Postgraduate studies in Economic Law and Social Investment from the European Institute and Institute for Legal and Political Sciences from the University of Lisbon Law School | 2017
Attendance of Postgraduate advanced studies in Data Protection Law from the University of Lisbon Law School | 2019
Intensive course in U.S Legal Methods: Introduction to US Law from the George Washington Law School | 2016
Course of Procedimental and Procedural Law of Intellectual Property from the International Chambers of Commerce

Professional Experience
Associate lawyer at SPS Law Firm | 2019
Trainee at SPS Advogados | 2019
Trainee at Teixeira da Costa, Nuno Paixão, José Ribeiro, Paulo Brandão & Associados – Sociedade de Advogados RL | 2017
Trainee at Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Services of International Political Organizations Department (SPM) | 2016

Professional Memberships
Admitted to the Portuguese Bar Association | 2019

“Those three things — autonomy, complexity, and a connection between effort and reward — are, most people will agree, the three qualities that work has to have if it is to be satisfying.” – Malcolm Gladwell