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Rosa Areias

PwC

Maria Inês Assis

PLMJ

Ana Isabel Batista

Garrigues, Taxand Portugal

Catarina Belim

Belim Legal Services

Cláudia Bernardo

Deloitte Portugal

Serena Cabrita Neto

PLMJ

Susana Caetano

PwC

Carla Castelo Trindade

Independent

Clotilde Celorico Palma

Eduardo Paz Ferreira & Associados

Rita Chambel

VdA

Susana Claro

PwC

Ana Raquel Costa

VdA

Maria Cravo

Oliveira, Reis & Associados

Clara Madalena Dithmer

PwC

Inês Moreira dos Santos

VdA

Ana Duarte

PwC

Raquel Montes Fernandes

CMS Rui Pena & Arnaut

Tânia de Almeida Ferreira

Cuatrecasas

Isabel Santos Fidalgo

Morais Leitão, Galvão Teles, Soares da Silva & Associados

Conceição Gamito

VdA

Catarina Gonçalves

PwC

Joana Lobato Heitor

VdA

Joana Lança

AAMM & Associados

Patrícia Meneses Leirião

CRBA

Catarina Levy Osório

Morais Leitão, Galvão Teles, Soares da Silva & Associados

Marta Machado de Almeida

RFF & Associados

Rita Magalhães

VdA

Joana Maldonado Reis

PLMJ

Carla Alexandra Malhão

CNCM

Alexandra Martins

KPMG

Catarina Matos

EY

Patricia Matos

Deloitte Portugal

Ana Moutinho Nascimento

Sérvulo

Joana Nunes dos Reis

Deloitte Portugal

Joana Oliveira

Garrigues, Taxand Portugal

Mariana Gouveia de Oliveira

Miranda & Associados

Ana Rita Pereira

Ricardo da Palma Borges & Associados

Tânia Carvalhais Pereira

Independent

Susana Pinto

KPMG

Marta Pontes

Uría Menéndez

Ana Reis

PwC

Cláudia Reis Duarte

Uría Menéndez

Mónica Santos Costa

EY

Patrícia de Sousa Silva

Deloitte Portugal

Manuela Silva Marques

Ilime Portela & Associados

Rosa Soares

Deloitte Portugal

Teresa Teixeira Mota

VdA

Ana Teresa Tiago

DLA Piper

Maria Antónia Torres

PwC

Isabel Vieira dos Reis

Garrigues, Taxand Portugal

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