Following Brazil’s presidential election in October 2022 and the return to power of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (“Lula”), many questions have emerged about the future direction of Brazil’s trade policy and partnership with the United States. Lula and President Biden have discussed common challenges such as climate change, safeguarding food security, promoting inclusion, democracy, international peace and stability, and managing regional migration. Brazil’s role within Latin America and its relationship with China and the EU will also be relevant. Alston & Bird and GATT DC (LGBT Professionals in International Trade) invite you to join our in-person panel discussion & networking reception to learn more about these and other topics.
- Lucas Queiroz Pires, Special Legal Counsel, Alston & Bird (Moderator)
- Otaviano Canuto, Senior Fellow, Brookings Institute
- Rodrigo Godinho, Minister Counselor, Embassy of Brazil in Washington, D.C.
- Gabrielle Trebat, Co-Chair, WIIT Managing Director, McLarty Associates
Please contact Kellie Coleman at events-WDC@alston.com or +1 202 239 3054.