Julia is an associate at Pinheiro Neto Advogados and part of the energy team. In 2016–2017, she worked for the Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation (CARR), a consultancy branch of the London School of Economics and Political Sciences, where she was part of the team developing studies on public–private partnerships (PPPs) and logistics infrastructure regulation for the Brazilian federal government, in connection with the establishment of the Brazilian Investment Partnership Programme (PPI). The consultancy was developed together with RAND Europe and with the sponsorship of the UK Prosperity Fund, and resulted in the report ‘Regulation of Logistics Infrastructure in Brazil’ (2017). Julia is also the author of several academic and journalistic papers in areas related to public law and regulation. Her practice in energy focuses on assisting clients in generation and transmission auctions and in the acquisition of project companies, setting up consortiums and joint ventures, drafting EPC and O&M agreements and bank collaterals, and providing support on regulatory matters and risks involved in doing business in Brazil.