Tatiana Lisboa Padrão

Associate, Lisbon

“I enjoy studying complex maters, the creativity of tackling different types of legal issues & challenges that clients face in the Dispute Resolution practice, and the challenge of finding them a practical & commercially driven solution within the law.”

Overview

Professional experience

Education and qualifications

Published works

Overview

Tatiana Lisboa Padrão is an Associate in the Dispute Resolution department of the Lisbon office. Her recent practice focuses on litigation and arbitration, particularly in M&A litigation matters, civil litigation and commercial contracts disputes.

In addition to civil and commercial litigation expertise advising corporate clients, she has also gained experience in restructuring and insolvency issues.

She is also a lecturer at the Lisbon School of Business & Economics of the Catholic University, where she lectures practical sessions of Economic and Business Law.

Professional experience

After doing her traineeship at Uría Menéndez-Proença de Carvalho (2011-2013) and obtaining her lawyer qualification from the Portuguese Bar Association (November 2013), Tatiana then worked for three years at the same firm as an Associate (2013-2016), when she decided to do her LL.M. in London (2016-2017), followed by an arbitration internship at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP (at the London office) (2018),  which then motivated her to join Linklaters in Lisbon (2018).

Tatiana is a member of the Young ICCA (International Council for Commercial Arbitration), the YIAG (Young International Arbitration Group), the Club Español del Arbitraje, and the Portuguese Bar Association.

Education and qualifications

Tatiana obtained her Law Degree at the Oporto Law School of the Catholic University of Portugal (2010), being awarded a university scholarship based on her merits. She then went on to obtain a Master´s Degree in Law and Business of the same University (at the Lisbon Law School) (2013), followed by a Negotiation Course in Madrid and Arbitration Training in Paris (2017). Furthermore, her drive to study led Tatiana to do an LL.M. in London at the London School of Economics (LSE) (2016-2017) with a dissertation on arbitration. 

Published works

She has published a range of articles on a variety of topics:

Interpretation of the offer to arbitrate expressed in National Foreign Investment Law (October 2017), Young Arbitration Review

When the legislative power creates another problem, in co-authorship (May 2016), Advocatus

Portugal - The Dispute Resolution Review, 7th and 8th Editions, in co-authorship (March 2015 and February 2016)

Maintenance Allowance: amendments introduced by Law No. 121/2015, in co-authorship (October 2015), Advocatus

Real Estate Transfer Tax: division of assets and property sharing, in co-authorship (November 2014), Actualidade Economia lberica

Parental Responsibilities vs. Residence vs. Personal Income Tax, in co-authorship (June 2014), Actualidade Economia lberica