Larissa is a Canadian-qualified Associate on the international litigation team. Her work focuses on large scale international claims related to environmental disasters, anti-competitive behaviours, and human rights abuses.
She holds a Juris Doctor (Silver Medallist) from the University of Saskatchewan (Canada) and an LLM (First Class) in European Law from the University of Cambridge, where she was elected a Clare Hall Scholar and received the Herbert Smith Freehills LLM Bursary and the Moxon Scholarship. Larissa also holds a Master of Economics from the University of Regina (Canada), a Bachelor of Economics from Unisinos (Brazil), and an Associate of Arts from Santa Fe College (USA).
Larissa has a broad range of international professional and educational experiences, having lived in England, Canada, the United States, and Brazil.
Areas of Expertise
Researcher (pro bono) – Inter-American Court of Human Rights project, University of Cambridge – 2021-2022
Law Clerk, Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan (Canada) – 2020-2021
Sessional Lecturer, University of Regina (Canada) – 2017-2021
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