Ana Carolina Dall’Agnol is a first-year DPhil candidate, and is working on law shaping in Angola and Mozambique under the supervision of Professor Fernanda Pirie and Dr. Christopher Decker. Her research interests broadly span international economic law, political economy, and law and development.
Ana Carolina holds a Master of Law (LLM) in International Law from the University of Cambridge, and bachelor degrees in Law (LLB) and International Relations (BA) from Centro Universitário Curitiba.
Beyond academia, Ana Carolina acts as counsel and administrative secretary in arbitration disputes. Her practice focuses on international investment and commercial arbitration disputes relating to Latin America and Portuguese-speaking Africa, as well as Brazilian domestic arbitration disputes. Her professional experience includes work for Lee Taube Gabardo (Curitiba), Dechert LLP (Paris), Latham & Watkins LLP (Paris), and PLMJ (Lisbon). She has qualified to practice law in Brazil (2014) and Portugal (2018).
Ana Carolina is also an assistant editor for Africa of Kluwer Arbitration Blog and of the Brazilian Arbitration Journal (“Revista Brasileira de Arbitragem”).
Her research is generously funded by the Oxford Wolfson-Marriott Scholarship.
International economic law
International political economy
Settlement of international disputes