Miguel de Almada has extensive experience in dispute resolution, having focused his practice mainly in the areas of civil and commercial litigation and arbitration (domestic and international), together with the intervention in criminal litigation cases.
Miguel de Almada acts as lawyer and arbitrator and has vast experience in advising on pre-litigation and on judicial litigation and arbitration in several sectors, including construction, projects, concessions, public-private partnerships, joint ventures, corporate, mergers and acquisitions, energy, retail, distribution and retail, food industry, telecommunications, banking and financial services.
Member of the Portuguese Bar Association. Vice-President of the General Assembly of the Portuguese Arbitration Association. Vice-President of the Board of the Portuguese Chapter of the Spanish Club of Arbitration.
Member of the ICC Arbitration and ADR Committee, the Portuguese Arbitration Committee of the ICC, the Clube Español del Arbitraje, the Chartered Institute for Arbitrators and INSOL Europe.
Since 2009, he is a teacher in the Post-Graduation Course in Arbitration of the Law Faculty of the Nova University but also in the subject of Interdisciplinary Juridical Practices of the Bachelor in Law of the same Faculty. He often participates as a speaker in work sessions, seminars and conferences in his areas of practice both in Portugal and abroad. Author of several articles in the field of Arbitration.
Postgraduate studies in Arbitration
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, 2009
Postgraduate studies in Civil and Criminal Law and Civil and Criminal Procedure Law
Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisboa, 2003
Bachelor of Laws
Universidade de Lisboa, 1998
Chambers Europe, Chambers Global, Legal 500, Leaders League, WWL (global guide), WWL (national guide) and Best Lawyers in Arbitration, Litigation, Dispute Resolution, Civil and Commercial Litigation, Mediation, International Arbitration and Business Crime Defence & Investigations
Lawyer of the Year
Best Lawyers (International Arbitration, 2017)