Ana Coimbra Trigo is an associate in the Dispute Resolution practice at PLMJ Law Firm in Lisbon, Portugal. Her work focuses on arbitration, institutional and ad hoc, domestic and international, both as lawyer and tribunal secretary, as well as in arbitration-related litigation and other domestic and international civil and commercial disputes. She has experience with disputes in the telecommunications, energy, venture capital, real estate, and aviation industries.
Ana earned her law degree from the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra and a master's degree in International and European law from the China-EU Faculty of Law at CUPL (Beijing) conferred by the University of Hamburg. She is a PhD candidate at NOVA Faculty of Law, where she acts as coach for the faculty’s Vis Moot team.
Besides publishing frequently in the field, Ana is a founding member of PT-VYAP (Portugal-Very Young Arbitration Practitioners), and deputy director of the Revista Internacional de Arbitragem e Conciliação (Portuguese Arbitration and Conciliation Review). In the international field, she is global co-director of events for Young ICCA (Young International Council for Commercial Arbitration) and is a member of the secretariat of the Lusophone Arbitration Club (Clube dos Arbitralistas Lusófonos).