- Bachelor of Laws from the Pontifícia Universidade Católica, in 1980
- Specialist in Tax Law by the Centro de Estudos de Direito Tributário
Portuguese English and French
Awards and rankings
Recommended by Chambers & Partners in the area of "Real Estate" – 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2019
Recommended by Legal 500 in the area "Environment" – 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2018
Recommended by Legal 500 in the area "Real Estate"-2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2018
Recommended by Legal 500 in the "Tax" area – 2012
Admission to organs and associations
Member of the Brazilian Bar Association since 1981
President of the Debate Table of Real Estate Law -MDDI, exercising its coordination since 1998
Member of the Advisory Board of IBRADIM – Brazilian Institute of Real Estate Law
General Coordinator of the Committees of IBRADIM – Brazilian Institute of Real Estate Law
Legal Director of the Clube de Campo de São Paulo
Member of the Board of Trustees of the Dorina Nowill Foundation for the Blind
News and others publications
10 December 2019
The Best Lawyers in Brazil
Huck Otranto Camargo was recognized by the international legal directory The Best Lawyers in Brazil, 2020 Edition. The firm was featured in the following practice areas: Dispute Resolution (Litigation, Arbitration, and Mediation); Corporate and M&A; Real Estate; Entertainment Law; Labour and Employment Law; Succession Planning; and Capital Markets Law.Read more
Huck Otranto Camargo works in the main areas of law, with emphasis on litigation and arbitration, corporate, contractual, tax, real estate, labor, entertainment, media, technology, internet and sports, intellectual property, family and inheritance, bankruptcy and administrative law.
Under its own management model, the law firm has an original career plan in tune with the entrepreneurial spirit of its members since the moment they join the firm.
Trainees are treated as potential members. Their training aims to progressively engage them in all stages of a case, from research to defining and performing the most appropriate strategy. The organization of teams and sectors allows trainees to have contact with lawyers from other areas, enabling them to identify their area of interest. The aim is to provide everyone with the chance for intensive learning to complement their university studies and prepare them professionally for new challenges and responsibilities.