Jaime Medeiros graduated from the University of Lisbon, Portugal (1982). He has been elected ITechLaw local representative for Portugal (2010–2011); vice president of the Lisbon District Bar of the Portuguese Bar Association (2008–2010); counsellor to the General Counsel of the Portuguese Lawyers Pension Fund (2008–2010); member of the General Council of the Portuguese Bar Association (2002–2004); member of the Portuguese delegation at the Council of the Bars and Law Societies of the EC (CCBE) (2004); member of the board of the Lisbon district of the Portuguese Bar Association (1991–1993); member of the special committee of company law CCBE; and president of the supervisory board of Fundação LIGA (since 2005). He was also a lecturer on civil procedural law and contracts law (1982–1986). He is an arbitrator for the arbitration centre of APDI.

Mr Medeiros has authored several articles and regularly speaks on legal issues from his practice. He is the co-author of Commercial Agents in Europe (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 1996). He also co-authored the Portugal chapter of the 2011 to 2013 editions of Getting the Deal Through – Telecoms and Media (Law Business Research Ltd).

Mr Medeiros has been recognised as a leading private practice lawyer in Portugal in information technology by Who’s Who Legal (since 2013) and by ExpertGuides (since 2015), in telecoms and media by Who’s Who Legal (since 2017) and in intellectual property and TMT by The Legal 500 since 2016.