Ana Paula Martinez is a partner with the antitrust and compliance practice groups. She worked with the Brazilian federal administration from 2007 to 2010 in competition, regulation, anti-corruption and money-laundering matters. She co-headed the cartel subgroup of the International Competition Network with the US DoJ. Before entering the government, she was an associate with Cleary Gottlieb Steen and Hamilton in Brussels. She is a member of the International Bar Association, the American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law and of the Advisory Board of IBRAC, Brazil’s most prestigious competition think-tank. Named Lawyer of the Year – 40 and under at 2014 GCR Awards and selected as one of the top five global dealmakers in the same award in 2015, Ms. Martinez has also been included by Global Competition Review on its international lists 'Top Women in Antitrust' and '40 under 40'. Chambers and Partners, The Legal 500, Who’s Who Legal, LACCA Approved and Best Lawyers listed her among the world’s leading competition practitioners. She is licensed to practise in Brazil and New York and has served as an antitrust adviser to Unctad, to the World Bank and to the government of Colombia. Currently she is a non-governmental adviser to the ICN. She holds an LLM from the University of São Paulo (USP) and from Harvard and a PhD from USP. She is a member of the ETHIC Intelligence Certification Committee and serves as an adviser to the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard, to the Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies of Loyola University Chicago and to Insper. She is the author of Competition Policy in Developing Societies: A Tool for Sustained Growth?, Lambert Academic Publishing; Repressão a Cartéis – Interface entre Direito Administrativo e Direito Penal (‘Cartel Prosecution: Intersection between administrative and criminal systems’), Singular; and editor and co-author of Temas Atuais de Direito da Concorrência (‘Current Trends in Competition Law and Policy’), Singular.