Ms Louzano is an associate of Veirano Advogados, specialising in data privacy law, technology and digital law, and intellectual property law. She bears great experience advising domestic and foreign clients, having handled intellectual property matters of a very diverse group of industries. As a litigator, she has also advocated in several complex and sophisticated cases, before the Brazilian courts, the Brazilian PTO and CONAR. Ms Louzano has published articles on privacy law, intellectual property law and fashion law, and has won a prize from the Argentine Association for Intellectual Rights (ASDIN) on an article in respect to the rules for naming biosimilar drugs. She holds an LLB from PUC-SP; and an LLM and a specialist degree in intellectual property and technology law, both from Berkeley Law School, University of California (awarded Best Presentation for the Legal Research and Writing course by Dean Erwin Chemerinsky).