Founding partner of the Firm, André Miranda is responsible for the coordination of public and regulatory areas, especially in the energy, real estate, transport and health sectors.
He has a diverse legal practice with an emphasis in strategic advice to national and international individual clients in various areas of Law.
Frequency of the 2nd Cycle of Studies leading to the Master´s Degree in Law (NOVA – Nova Law School, 2007-2008).
Law Degree (NOVA – Nova Law School, 2003).
Founding Partner of Pinto Ribeiro Advogados since June 2018.
Founding Partner of André, Miranda & Associados (2014-2018), of which he was Managing Partner.
Lawyer at André Miranda Advogados (2011-2013).
Director at the Directorate-General for Justice Policy of the Ministry of Justice, with responsibility for the direction and coordination of Legislative Planning of the Ministry of Justice and Statistics of Justice (2010-2011).
Head of the Minister’s Office responsible for Parliamentary Affairs of the XVIII Constitutional Government and Assistant and Head of the Cabinet of the Secretary of State of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers of the XVII Constitutional Government (2005-2010).
Trainee Lawyer at Gonçalves Pereira, Castelo Branco & Associados (now Cuatrecasas) (2003 – 2005).
Portuguese Bar Association (admitted in 2006).
IBA – International Bar Association.
English, French and Spanish.
Certified Arbitrator at the Administrative Arbitration Center (CAAD).
He was a Member of the Superior Council of the Public Prosecution Service, by appointment of the Assembly of the Republic (2011-2016).
He was Coordinator of the Commission for the Revitalisation of the Local Trade Businesses (2016-2017).
He was Coordinator of the Intergovernmental Group responsible for implementing and monitoring the legislative measures adopted by the Assembly of the Republic following the Ad hoc Commission for Political Follow-up of the Corruption Phenomenon and for the Integrated Analysis of Solutions to Fight it (2011-2012).
Trainer in the areas of legislation and legislative and administrative simplification in Portugal, Mozambique and Angola, both in postgraduate courses and in specialised training courses to senior magistracy and public administration personnel ( 2011-2015).